Kanabi Seo Jin-hyuk, “It’s not weird if anyone wins T1-RNG.”
JDG Intel (hereinafter referred to as JDG)’s jungler “Kanabi” Seo Jin-hyuk, who advanced to the semifinals by completely overpowering the log in the first game of the quarterfinals, talked about his determination for the next game along with the joy of victory.
JDG Intel (hereinafter referred to as JDG) won 3-0 in the first game of the first day of the quarterfinals of the 2022 League of Legends World Championship (hereinafter referred to as the 2022 LOL World Cup) at Madison Square Garden Hulu Theater in New York City on the 21st.
“The first LOL World Cup ended my journey to the quarterfinals, but I’m happy to go further in this tournament,” said Seo Jin-hyuk, who expressed his thoughts as the reason for the victory against Rogue, “I think our team’s liners all did well and won easily.
Asked how he prepared for the match of “Kanabi-Malang” that many expected, he replied, “Malang Kim Geun-sung showed a style of play that disappeared from view in the beginning and focused on not dying as much as possible,” and also said, “I tried the second half with the mindset of “I can win if I go in the second half.”
Meanwhile, Seo Jin-hyuk, who said about the bot duo composition, “I didn’t pay much attention to the idea that the better side wins than picking any champion,” briefly said about “bottom meta,” which returned from the second round, “I think the whole line is important, not just the bottom area.”
Regarding the two-game T1-RNG match, where the opponent in the semifinals will be decided, Seo Jin-hyuk predicted, “It’s not strange to win because we know they’re both strong teams and good teams.” When asked which team we want to play with, “RNG wants to get revenge because we lost before, and we’ve never met in a T1 competition.I answered. 토토사이트
Seo Jin-hyuk, who introduced “Yao Yao” Zengchi, who is in quarantine after being tested positive for coronavirus infection, saying, “I said I was dizzy during the scrimmage the previous day, but I don’t think there was a big problem when I saw him play, said at the end of the interview.