One of LCK‘s iconic bot lane players, Bang has retired. A few days ago, after the departure of Kim “Khan” Dong-ha, one of the well-known names in the League of Legends world, Bae “Bang” Jun-Sik’s departure left League of Legends fans very upset.
Bang said the following on his official Instagram account:
I was able to form many valuable relationships, accumulate precious memories and make various achievements in my lifetime. These experiences are something that I feel blessed and most grateful of.
Bang has won 2 World Championships throughout his career. The player entered the League of Legends competitive scene in 2012 with the NaJin Shield team. He achieved great success in his 9-year career. Here are the teams he played before:
- NaJin Shield
- Xenics Blast
- SK Telecom
- 100 Thieves
- 100 Academy
- Evil Geniuses
- Afreeca Freecs
Although Bang’s performance decreased in his last period, it should not be forgotten that he proved to be one of the best ADC players of the time, ending his career with 4 LCK Championships and once Intel Extreme Masters championship. He bid farewell to his fans with these words:
I know that in the future, there will be new things and experiences that are going to be totally different from the world I have been but will take my past experiences and achievements as a cornerstone in moving forward.