We at #SeoulDynasty would like to thank Gong Jinhyeok 'Miro', Moon Gido 'Gido', & Choi Seokwoo 'Wekeed' for their services during the season.— Seoul Dynasty 🐯 #TeamPacific (@SeoulDynasty) September 3, 2018
We wish them the best in their futures. Once a tiger, always a tiger. 🐯
Thank you to our fans for your continued support. pic.twitter.com/MFLrYkbfQD
Miro and Gido's origins date back to the days of Lunatic-Hai, one of (if not the) most popular teams circa Overwatch League. Wekeed on the other hand, did not have his beginnings in Lunatic-Hai. He entered into the competitive Overwatch scene through OGN APEX Challengers Season 4 with LuxuryWatch Red LuxuryWatch Red Inactive and even made it all the way to the Group A lower final before eventually being eliminated by Foxes Foxes Inactive . Nonetheless, his impressive projectile DPS play would eventually net him a place on the team.
Gido was originally a DPS for Lunatic-Hai back when that team was competing in the APEX tournaments, he would eventually transition to an all-around flex role for the team, even seeing some playtime in the role that star flex support ryujehong would typically occupy.
Meanwhile, Miro was a critical part of the core of Lunatic-Hai and their rise to the top of the competitive Overwatch world, regarded by many as the individual who showed the world what an impact an elite Winston player can have. Even his main tank successor, Fissure has noted that he looked up to him as an aspiring top Winston player before joining the league. As for the team's other tank player KuKi , it is currently unknown what his future is with the team.
- Kim "Fleta" Byung-sun (DPS)
- Byeon "Munchkin" Sang-beom (DPS)
- Koo "xepheR" Jae-mo (Flex)
- Kim "zunba" Joon-hyuk (Flex)
- Baek "Fissure" Chan-hyung (백찬형) (Tank)
- Kim "KuKi" Dae-keulk (Tank)
- Ryu "ryujehong" Je-hong (Support)
- Yang "tobi" Jin-mo (Support)
- Kim "KDG" Dong Gun (김동건) (Head Coach)
- Park "changgoon" Chang-geun (박창근) (Assistant Coach)