Source: Daily eSports
Today you brought your team the victory with three kills.
First off, I want to apologize for my unprofessional mistake that I made during the match against Woongjin Stars. I was contemplating over that fiasco severely and I also worried about how I was going to repair my image. I think I was able to redeem myself somewhat with my three kills today.
Why were you late?
The day before the match, I practiced until 5:00am and then went to to bed at 6:00. I wanted to be ready for the match so I left before all the other teammates. I got in a taxi and fell asleep and when I woke up,I saw that the bill came out to be the same as the bill that would have been if I had arrived at YongSan, but then I noticed that I was still at ShinDoRim. I hadn't anticipated a traffic jam. I got even more flustered because my teammates arrived quicker than I did even though I left first.
You were in a critical situation in game four because of the early game zealot pressure.
I didn't even think such an attack would come my way. As soon as I saw those zealots I thought that I had lost. But I told myself that I should at least try to block it and I think I got lucky cause Jaehoon sunbae made a mistake.
For game five, you went for a phoenix build against the Terran.
I was able to find out that my opponent went for a gas build. I feel like Bifrost is a map where Terrans especially like to go for the cloak banshee build into expansion so in order to get in the way of that, I decided to utilize phoenixes.
Even in your game against BaBy, you were behind.
BaBy had a smaller army than I expected him to have. When I successfully got off my storms during that engagement in the middle of the map I felt like I was going to win. I thought about my build order before the game began. Normally, players opt to go for blink stalkers so that they can prevent medivacs from dropping but STX's coach Choi told me that that build order is not good so I decided to use high templars instead.
Seems like EG-TL is playing very sluggishly for round two.
I'm not really sure of the reason why. I think it's because we don't really have players to practice against. If you exclude the players that get sent out, there really aren't that many practice partners. I think that's a big issue.
In ShinDoRim, you are showing a very solid form with a 8-2 record.
Nothing's really changed. But for YongSan, that is a place that I've always wanted to participate in Proleague since the BW days. But it's true that I get more nervous than people think I do. But ShinDoRim is a place that I come to often for individual leagues so I don't get nervous there.
Anything else you would like to say?
I want to thank our sponsors Twitch.tv, RAZER, and Barracuda Networks. I want to thank supervisor Hwanni and coach Park for believing in me when they sent me out. I also want to thank my teammates and the fans for cheering me on. Lastly, I want to once again apologize for my unprofessional mistake during the Woongjin match and state that I am going to work hard so that I can make sure I never repeat that kind of mistake ever again.