Peanut: “I want to beat each team from the perspective of a challenger going through gym battles. It’s more fun to do so on a large stage.”
Han “Peanut” Wang-ho is aware of the additional bragging rights that would come from SK Telecom T1 winning the League Champions Korea summer playoffs.
SK Telecom T1 successfully played spoiler for KT Rolster with Thursday’s 2-1 win to confirm KT’s second place finish in the League Champions Korea summer split.
Peanut says kkOma points out every SKT player’s individual mistakes, which “prevents any (negative) personal feelings between players.”
SK Telecom T1 jungler Han “Peanut” Wang-ho said the efforts of coach Kim “kkOma” Jung-gyun prevented any individual blame among SKT’s players during its recent losing streak.
Peanut on SKT’s losing streak: “It was hard because this was the first time both I and the team have lost this much.”
SK Telecom T1’s jungler Han “Peanut” Wang-ho didn’t mince words when it came to what he thought of the new jungle champion for League of Legends.
Han “Peanut” Wang-ho isn’t new to the idea of taking the back seat, and it hasn’t stopped him from putting in work behind the scenes.
Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan, support player for reigning League of Legends world champion SK Telecom T1, seems to embrace his role as one of the most lovable professional players in Korea.
KT Rolster jungler Go “Score” Dong-bin identified one player in League Champions Korea who could be his rival in the coming summer split.
Peanut: “I heard a lot of criticism that I don’t perform on the large stages, so I was mostly concerned about that, but I think I managed to overcome that.”
The kings of Korean League of Legends added another title to their case, and it was especially special for Han “Peanut” Wang-ho.
SK Telecom T1’s jungler had an interesting exchange of words with his former teammates from 2016’s ROX Tigers.