“While the name certainly evokes images of Asian rulers in bygone eras, it’s also a term in traditional sports, reserved only for those teams whose names become indelibly associated with long-term success—a distinction this team is clearly aiming for.”
Seoul Dynasty represent the Korean capital in The Overwatch League and the only current team from the most premiere country in eSports.
Their all-Korean roster is largely made up of the former members of Lunatic-Hai as well as some other smart acquisitions. They play in the Pacific Division in all black with a gold and white trim.
DPS – Bunny
Joon-Hyuk “Bunny” Chae is a South Korean DPS player for Seoul Dynasty. He joined Lunatic-Hai from BK Stars and is one of the best Tracer players in the world.
DPS – Fleta
Byung-Sun “Fleta” Kim is a Korean DPS player. Fleta joined Seoul Dynasty and The Overwatch League from the Korean side, Flash Lux. He’s a flexible player who can run Tracer, Genji, Sombra and Pharah.
DPS – Munchkin
Sang-Beom “Munchkin” Byeon is a Korean DPS player for Seoul Dynasty. He joined Lunatic-Hai from Laser Kittenz and is now a part of the only Korean side in THe OVerwatch League. He’s a flexible player who specialises in hitscan heroes like McCree and Widowmaker.
DPS – Wekeed
Seok-Woo “Wekeed” Choi is a Korean DPS player. He joined The Overwatch League from the Korean side, LW Red and specialises in projectile heroes like Junkrat, Pharah, Genji and Doomfist.
Tank – KuKi
Dae-Kuk “KuKi” Kim is a South-Korean tank player for Seoul Dynasty. He joined The Overwatch League from the Korean side, MVP Space after impressing during the APAC Premier 2017. He is a Winston main but can flex onto Orisa.
Tank – Miro
Jin-Hyuk “Miro” Gong is a South-Korean tank player who is considered amongst the best in the world in his role. Miro was a part of the South Korean team which won the 2016 Overwatch World Cup during which he was voted the tournament’s MVP. He is a Winston main but can flex onto Reinhardt.
Tank – xepheR
Jae-Mo “xepheR” Koo is a South-Korean off-tank player for Seoul Dynasty. He joined Lunatic-Hai in 2017 and played mostly as a substitute prior to the beginning of The Overwatch League. He has mostly been deployed as a D.Va player but can flex onto the other off-tanks.
Tank – zunba
Joon-Hyuk “zunba” Kim is a South-Korean off-tank player. He is amongst the best in the world in his role and showcased his considerable talents during the 2017 Overwatch World Cup with his country. He has mastered D.Va, Zarya and Roadhog.
Support – ryujehong
Je-Hong “ryujehong” Ryu is a South-Korean superstar and widely considered to be amongst the world’s best Overwatch players. He is a highly flexible player but specialises in Ana and Zenyatta after being an off-tank player previously. He has served as a key part of both Lunatic-Hai the Korean national team during their considerable success.
Support – tobi
Jin-Mo “tobi” Yang is a South-Korean support player for Seoul Dynasty. His support partnership with ryujehong is amongst the most feared in the game and has showcased his considerable skill on Lucio during the 2017 Overwatch World Cup.
Flex – Gido
Gi-Do “Gido” Mun is a South-Korean flex player for Seoul Dynasty. Gido is an incredibly flexible player and has played a wide selection of heroes for Lunatic-Hai. He has run offensive heroes like Tracer and Genji as well as flexing onto supports with Ana and Zenyatta.
Owner – Kevin Chou
Kevin Chou is the owner of the Seoul Dynasty franchise. Chou was the founder of Kabam, a company specialising in freemium games. He has since started KSV eSports, a competitive gaming partnership between Korea and Silicon Valley.
Global Business Director – MaSsan
Hyeong-Su “MaSsan” Cheong is the South-Korean global business director for Seoul Dynasty.
Head Coach – Kwang-Jin Baek
Kwang-Jin Baek is the Seoul Dynasty’s head coach.
Coach – alwaysoov
Ho-Jeong “alwaysoov” Chae is a coach for Seoul Dynasty.
Coach – nuGget
Yo-Han “nuGget” Kim is one of the South-Korean coaches for Seoul Dynasty.
Coach – Hocury
Ho-Cheol “Hocury” Lee is the former head coach of GC Busan and a current coach for Seoul Dynasty.