SeongHwan
Yoon Seong-hwan 
South Korea
Hanwha Life Esports
Unbeaten on Kindred
July 11, 2018
SeongHwan ended Wednesday's sweep of KT with a 9/1/8 KDA in two games as Kindred.
ANALYSIS
SeongHwan finished Game 1 with a 5/1/4 KDA. He was involved in nine of 15 kills, leading HLE with five kills in the opening game. In Game 2, SeongHwan earned a 4/0/4 KDA. He was involved in eight of 11 kills, leading HLE in kills for the second straight game while giving away no deaths. SeongHwan was involved in 17 of 26 kills in the series, leading HLE with nine kills.
Falters after strong Game 1
June 30, 2018
SeongHwan put up a 6/8/14 KDA in Hanwha Life Esports' 2-1 loss to Kingzone DragonX on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
SeongHwan opened the series on Trundle and was on fire from the jump. He picked up a solo killed on Cuzz just two minutes in and then proceeded to roam the map getting his side lanes on track. This allowed Hanwha to actually run straight through Kingzone in a quick game that gave it hope at a series win. In the final two games, however, SeongHwan faded into the background as Kingzone woke up and trounced Hanwha. His Kindred in Game 2 and Trundle in Game 3 were almost invisible as they lost the series 2-1.
Team-high assist total
March 14, 2018
SeongHwan ended ROX's 1-2 loss to KZ with a 2/12/40 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
SeongHwan finished Game 1 with a 0/4/20 KDA as Sejuani. He was involved in 20 of 24 kills, leading ROX in assists during Game 1. In Game 2, SeongHwan used Zac and earned a 2/5/15 KDA. He was involved in 17 of 22 kills, tying for the second-highest assist total in Game 2. Using Zac again in Game 3, SeongHwan ended with a 0/3/5 KDA. He was involved in five of six kills, but couldn't replicate his Game 2 success as KZ took the final game of the series. SeongHwan led ROX in both assists and kill participation during the series sweep.
Catalyst in ROX sweep
March 3, 2018
SeongHwan was the driving force of the ROX Tigers 2-0 sweep over the bbq Olivers on Saturday, finishing with a 4/0/11 KDA.
ANALYSIS
In both games of this series, SeongHwan exercised a large amount of pressure all over the map for ROX. His Olaf in Game 1 was a terror and allowed ROX to enjoy success in just about every lane from start to finish. With his team struggling in Game 2, however, SeongHwan had the task of making sure to cater to his lanes and make sure they didn't get too far behind. His Sejuani was all over the place setting up fights and serving up kills for his team. While it was a less-than-stellar outing for ROX as a whole in the second game, SeongHwan had himself quite the day.
Series-high kill participation
February 21, 2018
Seonghwan finished Wednesday's sweep of MVP with a 7/2/12 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
Seonghwan ended Game 1 with a 3/0/5 KDA as Sejuani. He was involved in eight of 13 kills, tying for the second-highest kill total in Game 1. In Game 2, Seonghwan earned a 4/2/7 KDA as Nidalee. He was involved in all 11 kills in Game 2, finishing with the second-highest kill total and tying for the second-most assists in Game 2. Seonghwan led ROX in kill participation after being involved in 19 of the team's 24 kills in the series.
Shines in Game 1
February 6, 2018
Seonghwan ended ROX's 2-1 win over KSV with a 6/5/17 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Seonghwan used Jarvan IV in Game 1 to earn a 0/2/11 KDA. He was involved in 11 of 13 kills, tying for the team-high kill participation while leading ROX with 11 assists. In Game 2, Seonghwan played Kha'zix and finished with a 2/3/2 KDA. He was involved in all but one kill, finishing with the second-highest kill total as KSV evened the series. Using Kha'zix again in the series deciding Game 3, Seonghwan earned a 4/0/4 KDA. He was involved in eight of 13 kills, finishing the final game with ROX's team high kill total with four, while giving away no deaths.
No kills in one-sided loss
January 31, 2018
Seonghwan ended ROX's 0-2 loss to KZ with a 0/7/5 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Seonghwan played Jarvan IV in Game 1, finishing with a 0/2/5 KDA. He was involved in all of ROX's kills, leading the team with five assists. In Game 2, Seonghwan played Rengar and finished with a 0/5/0 KDA. He did nothing but die as ROX were destroyed in Game 2. Seonghwan struggled to really make an impact as KZ dominated both games.
Leads ROX in assists
January 25, 2018
SeongHwan ended ROX's 2-1 win over KDM with a 5/6/30 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
SeongHwan used Jarvan IV in Game 1 to earn a 2/2/9 KDA. He was involved in 11 of 14 kills, finishing with the second-highest kill and assist totals in the game. In Game 2, SeongHwan finished with a 1/3/9 KDA as Sejuani. He was involved in all but one ROX kill, leading the team in assists as ROX dropped Game 2. For the deciding Game 3, SeongHwan used Kha'Zix and finished with a 2/1/12 KDA. He was involved in 14 of 16 kills, leading ROX in assists once again. SeongHwan finished the series involved in 35 of 41 kills, while leading ROX with 30 assists.
Makes an impact in Game 2
January 17, 2018
Seonghwan ended Game 2 and Game 3 of ROX's loss to SKT with a 3/4/10 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Seonghwan came off the bench in Game 2 and made an instant impact earning a 3/1/8 KDA as Kha'Zix. He was involved in 11 of 13 kills, finishing second in assists and tying for the second most kills in the game. In Game 3, Seonghwan used Jarvan IV and finished with a 0/3/2 KDA. He had 100 percent kill participation, but ROX managed only two kills as SKT snowballed early to win the series.
Decent in Game 1 before substitution
July 25, 2017
SeongHwan finished ROX's Game 1 loss to Longzhu with a 0/2/6 KDA as Gragas.
ANALYSIS
SeongHwan was involved early on, picking up an assist on first blood to get ROX off to a good start. He was involved in six of ROX's eight kills, picking up no kills, but the second highest assist total on his team with six. Despite playing fairly well, SeongHwan was benched in favor of Mightybear for Game 2.
Performs well on Sejuani in sweep
July 16, 2017
SeongHwan put up a 2/5/15 in ROX Tigers' win against MVP on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Playing on the new hotness of Sejuani, SeongHwan had himself quite the series to help ROX overcome MVP. While Game 1 got a bit rocky in the later stages, his prowess with this champion still ended up making the difference for ROX in the series. He used her full kit to keep the jungle under control in both games, which gave ROX just enough to overcome MVP and pick up the 2-0 sweep. Sejuani is fast becoming a champion that will likely see plenty of bans in the near future.
Wins both games he plays in
June 27, 2017
SeongHwan earned a combined 2/5/17 KDA, playing the final two games of Tuesday's win over Ever8.
ANALYSIS
Coming into the series in Game 2, SeongHwan used Lee Sin to finish with a 1/1/5 KDA. He was involved in all but one kill, snowballing his laners to pick up the win in 23 minutes. In Game 2, SeongHwan used Gragas to finish with a 1/4/12 KDA. He was involved in 13 of his team's 17 kills, using Gragas' multiple crowd-control abilities to finish with the second highest assist total in the game.
Varied results against one of the best junglers in the region
June 4, 2017
Seonghwan posted a 3/7/12 KDA in ROX Tigers 1-2 series loss to Samsung Galaxy on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Seonghwan played two games of Graves (Games 1 and 3) and a game of Lee Sin (Game 2). His Game 1 Graves was strong throughout. He challenged the enemy Lee Sin and prevented him from being able to thrive around the jungle. Shutting down the Lee sin unlocked the rest of his team's roam potential, which led to an easy victory for ROX. His Lee Sin in Game 2 was unable to do much due to strong vision control from SSG, plus some poor decision-making from ROX down the stretch. Since Seonghwan had a weak early game on a champion that excels at snowballing, ROX had a much tougher time leading to a loss. His Game 3 was decent, but a fed enemy Kha'Zix had to be accounted for throughout the entire game. Seonghwan had to focus on damage control, rather than power farming to carry the game. In the end, ROX fell short to fed solo laners, which was also partially the fault of Seonghwan.
Plays two champions no longer in the meta, to no avail
June 2, 2017
Seonghwan posted a 3/3/6 KDA in ROX Tigers' 0-2 series loss to Jin Air Green Wings on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
The ROX jungler played okay in the series against JAG. He played Olaf in Game 1, and Nidalee in Game 2. The Olaf game started off poorly for Seonghwan, who looked too weak in the early game without crowd control to put his lanes ahead. Things did get better as the game went on, and Seonghwan did opt in to the tank build. Unfortunately for ROX, Seonghwan's tankiness mattered little due to the two solo lanes being rendered useless by JAG. The Nidalee in Game 2 showed just how little she can do for a team in the current jungle. In some instances, she can carry games like she did years ago, but those instances are few and far between. Seonghwan should have opted to play a different jungler, because Nidalee is simply in too bad of a spot to rely on for game-changing plays, or really much of anything at the moment.
Can't transition strong early games into victories in series loss
April 4, 2017
SeongHwan posted a 4/9/7 KDA in ROX Tigers' series loss to Samsung on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Game 1 of the series was terrible for SeongHwan as his Kha'Zix finished with a 0/4/1 KDA. SeongHwan got caught invading early and gave up first blood to the Samsung 's jungler. He couldn't find good flanks and wasn't very effective in teamfights throughout the rest of Game 1 and finished with the least damage dealt to champions on either team. In Game 2, SeongHwan picked up his play on Lee Sin as he secured the first two kills for ROX Tigers as well as the first Drake of the game which was an Infernal. However, he and ROX struggled to put together teamfights late as it bled objectives. In the end, SeongHwan and ROX couldn't stop Samsung from completing a 2-0 sweep.
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