He was a coach in StarCraft II for KT Rolster.
H.O.T-Forever was one of the first progamers and captain of the Hanbit Stars team from 2001 through 2005. He left progaming in early 2006 to enlist in the military, later becoming one of the first Air Force progamers. H.O.T-Forever was a fairly accomplished 1v1 player but was more notable for his 2v2 skills. During his time with Hanbit he partnered with Reach to form one of the most powerful 2v2 teams in progaming. Later, during his tenure in ACE, he served as a 2v2 specialist and assisted the team in a coaching capacity. He was discharged from the military in 2008 and currently serves as a coach for KT Rolster.
- A TL Final Edits article has been written about him for the occasion of his retirement from play and entering the KT coaching staff.
- Despite having Zerg as his official race and spending most of his career on Hanbit(now Woongjin Stars), Forever is currently a coach for KT Rolster, specifically for their Protoss.
- First top-1 Zerg on the Kespa Ranking.
|In Premier Tournaments|
|2002-06-15||2nd||2002 NATE OSL||1 : 3||Sync||$8,050|
|2000-05-16||2nd||2000 Hanaro OSL||2 : 3||Grrrr...||$4,500|
|In Major Tournaments|
|2003-08-17||1st||WCG Korea 2003||1 : 0||Ogogo|
|2003-04-06||2nd||2003 GhemTV Starleague Season 3||0 : 3||NaDa|
|2002-10-10||1st||2002 GhemTV Starleague Season 2||3 : 2||Junwi||$4,329|
|2001-01-05||1st||2000-2001 1st Game-Q World Championship||2 : 0||SSamJang||$2,000|
|2000-01-28||3rd||2000 KBK Masters Season 1 Team 3v3||$1,000|
|Complete Results in any Tournament|
|3rd||2003||CJ G.O. Broadcasting All-Star Match|
|2nd||2001||Cheonan Cyber Games Sports Festival|
|3rd||2001||iTV All-Star 8 Exhibition|
|1st||2000-2001||1st Game-Q World Championship|
|1st||2000||SBS Progamer Korea Open King of Kings|
|2nd||1999||1999 Sports Seoul World Game Championship (2v2 section)|
|WCG Korea Champion|
| WCG Korea 2002
| WCGC Korea 2003
| WCG Korea 2004|