Eom Seong-hyeon 
South Korea
KT Rolster
Team-high assist total
July 12, 2018
UmTi ended Thursday's sweep of BBQ with a 1/2/10 total KDA.
UmTi finished Game 1 with a 1/1/6 KDA as Trundle. He was involved in seven of eight kills, leading JAG with six assists in the opening game. In Game 2, UmTi used Nocturne and earned a 0/1/4 KDA. He was involved in four of eight kills, ending with the second-highest assist total in the final game. UmTi was involved in 11 of 16 kills, leading JAG with 10 assists in the series.
Subs in during Game 2
June 24, 2018
UmTi managed a 3/8/6 KDA during Jin Air Green Wings' 2-0 loss to SKT on Sunday.
After KaKAO stunk up the joint in Game 1, UmTi's number was called for the second game and he had a much better showing than his teammate. He chose Camille and immediately had more of an impact on the game than KaKAO did for all of Game 1. Despite finding early success, though, UmTi turned into a punching bag for SKT, finishing the game with a whopping eight deaths. With JAG having gone 0-6 to this point in the split, they will certainly need to figure out many of their issues in order to get something going.
Ties for team-high kill total
March 7, 2018
UmTi ended JAG's 2-0 win over KDM with a 6/0/14 total KDA.
UmTi finished Game 1 with a 1/0/6 KDA as Olaf. He was involved in seven of nine kills, earning the second-highest assist total in Game 1. In Game 2, UmTi used Skarner and earned a 5/0/8 KDA. He was involved in all but one kill, leading Jin Air in kills, while giving away no deaths. UmTi was unkillable in the series, tying for the team high kill total and the second-highest kill participation total in the series.
Can't snowball on carry junglers
February 1, 2018
UmTi ended Thursday's sweep to KT with a 4/5/7 combined KDA.
UmTi finished Game 1 with a 2/1/5 KDA as Kha'Zix. He was involved in seven of 11 kills, earning the third-highest kill and assist totals in the game. In Game 2, UmTi played Jax and ended with a 2/4/2 KDA. He was involved in four of six kills, finishing Game 2 with the second-highest kill total as KT closed out the sweep.
Assist-focused performance
January 24, 2018
Umti finished Jin Air's 2-0 win over MVP with a 3/3/10 combined KDA.
Umti ended Game 1 with a 1/3/5 KDA as Kha'Zix. He was involved in six of 14 kills, finishing the game with the second-highest assist total despite having under 50 percent kill participation. In Game 2, Umti was unkillable, finishing the game with a 2/0/5 KDA. He was involved in seven of 12 kills, tying for the second-highest kill and assist totals as Jin Air finished the sweep.
Sticks around with Jin Air for 2018
November 21, 2017
UmTi has been re-signed with Jin Air Green Wings for the upcoming season, the team announced Tuesday.
UmTi has solidified himself as the jungler that Jin Air will continue to stick with going into 2018. While he was re-signed, along with SoHwan and Teddy, others on the team weren't so fortunate. Raise, Kuzan, SnowFlower, and ikssu all had their contracts terminated going into the next season. The team has some ground to make up, as they finished with just a 7-11 record that was good for 7th place in the LCK.
Two zero-kill games equates to two game losses
July 28, 2017
UmTi posted a 4/10/4 KDA in Jin Air Green Wings' 1-2 series loss to Longzhu Gaming on Thursday.
UmTi played a game of Lee Sin, Elise, and Cho'Gath. His Lee Sin and Cho'Gath games were both 0/4/0 outings. Poor Lee Sin play all around prevented Game 1 from being much of a contest. The Cho'Gath pick had some positives, despite going kill-free. He was a consistent threat to Baron, and was quite tanky, but the lack of reliable engage and early-game momentum from Jin Air made the game harder than it should have been. UmTi's Elise game was easily his best showing, full of early-game pressure and high damage. It was what Jin Air needed to succeed, and luckily UmTi provided.
Back to back MVPs during victory over SKT T1
July 18, 2017
UmTi took home an 8/3/5 KDA during the Jin Air Green Wings' victory over SKT T1.
Jin Air made a big statement in taking down SKT T1, but no one made a bigger impact than UmTi, who completely outperformed both of SKT T1's junglers in what would quickly turn out to be a very one-sided series. The series started out perfectly, as UmTi used Elise's immense early game pressure to take Faker's head at the very beginning of the game, which crippled SKT T1's offense entirely. A single kill on the world's greatest player wasn't enough for UmTi, however, as he relentlessly camped Faker all match long, which proved to be a winning strategy. Game 2 began in much the same way that Game 1 had, as UmTi's first mid lane gank was once again successful, and he once again went on to dive Faker relentlessly. His efforts weren't limited to the mid lane, however, as he also put quite a bit of effort into keeping Jin Air's bottom lane ahead, and both of those facts combined made it almost simple for Jin Air to sweep SKT T1, who simply couldn't counter the early game aggression that UmTi put out in either game. When it was time to name the MVPs of both games, UmTi rightfully found himself the recipient of quite a few more MVP points, as he was without a doubt the player who soared highest during the Green Wing's victory over SKT T1.
Struggles to create pressure
June 28, 2017
UmTi ended Wednesday's sweep to Afreeca with a 1/4/2 KDA in two games as Rek'Sai.
UmTi ended Game 1 with a 1/0/0 KDA. He picked up one of Jin Air's two kills, but did little else to help his team come close to a win. In Game 2, UmTi finished with a 0/4/2 KDA. He led the game in deaths, but did have an assist on both Jin Air kills in the final game.
Limited on Rek'sai
June 20, 2017
Umti finished Jin Air's sweep to SKT with a 4/6/7 KDA in two games as Rek'Sai.
Umti ended Game 1 with a 3/4/4 KDA. He was involved in less than half of his team's kills as he struggled to really get his laners ahead in the early going. In Game 2, Umti finished with a 1/2/3 KDA. He had 100 percent kill participation in Game 2, but with Jin Air only picking up four kills in the game. He again couldn't really get anything going as SKT controlled Game 2 from the start.
Unable to help his laners
June 13, 2017
UmTi ended Tuesday's sweep to KT with a 0/3/7 combined KDA.
UmTi used Gragas in Game 1 to finish with a 0/1/4 KDA. He only gave away one of his team's 17 deaths, but struggled to really impact the game in a positive way. KT snowballed from a fairly early stage and UmTi was only able to pick up an assist on four of Jin Air's seven kills. In Game 2, UmTi ended with a 0/2/3 KDA as Graves. Again he lacked real impact, despite having 75 percent kill participation. Jin Air only managed four kills in the game, as KT used superior macro play to close out the series.
Dominates series with few errors
June 2, 2017
UmTi posted a 9/2/6 KDA in Jin Air Green Wings 2-0 sweep over ROX Tigers on Thursday.
The JAG jungler was massive throughout the series against ROX Tigers. He played Lee Sin in Game 1, and Graves in Game 2. His Lee Sin in Game 1 was impactful across the map and throughout the entire game, as illustrated by UmTi's 7/1/2 KDA. He delivered the Galio fantastically, leaving ROX with little room to breathe from the game's start. Game 2 wasn't as flashy of a game, but UmTi's presence kept JAG from falling short to ROX in any lane. Overall UmTi showed that he's here to play this split. His team is going to need that to avoid the relegation tournament this split.
Better on Ivern
May 30, 2017
Umti ended JAG's 1-2 loss to MVP with a 7/9/14 combined KDA.
Umti had an excellent performance during JAG's lone win in Game 1, finishing with a 0/1/9 KDA as Ivern. He was supportive, but kept his teammates alive while setting up kills in the victory. He played Lee Sin in the final two game's and had limited impact. In Game 2, he went 2/4/2 as MVP evened the series, but had a decent Game 3 performance with a 5/4/3 KDA. He was unable to carry Jin Air to victory, but can't be faulted at the same time.
Substituted after Game 1 loss
March 28, 2017
UmTi ended Jin AIr's Game 1 loss to Afreeca with a 2/2/2 KDA as Graves.
UmTi picked up a kill and an assist taking out KurO twice in the mid game and a kill and an assist in the game's first teamfight. He struggled to help Jin Air from then on however, as Afreeca took full control in the mid game. UmTi was substituted in favor of Raise for Game 2.
Benched after lackluster Game 1
March 18, 2017
Umti posted a meager 1/1/1 KDA in Game 1 of Jin Air Green Wing's 1-2 loss to MVP on Saturday.
Umti took Rengar in Game 1 of the series and started well with the Mountain Drake steal early on. From then on, though, his impact was very limited. Beyond was much stronger in this jungle matchup, which left Umti struggling to find a way into the game. His 1/1/1 KDA is certainly not what you want with a Rengar pick. Accordingly, JAG decided to bring in Raise for the final two games of the series to try and get different results.
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