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[e][h] Qudans  
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Byeong Mun Son
January 27, 1987 (1987-01-27) (age 33)
Mixbox Arcade
Approx. Total Winnings:
EVO 2005 - TTT TWT 2017 Asia-Pacific Regional TWT Finals 2017 Fighting Games Challenge 2018
2017-11-25 - 2018-03-12
(Rebranded from ROX Gaming on 2018-02-21)
2018-03-12 - 2019-03-12
2019-08-30 - Present

Byeong Mun "Qudans" Son is a South Korean Tekken player currently representing Mixbox Arcade.


Qudans first began playing Tekken from the first game in the series at a young age casually. It was not until Tekken Tag Tournament that he began to play seriously [1], quickly making a name for himself in the South Korean Tekken scene and became an EVO Champion for the game in 2005, defeating Ryan Hart in the finals [2]. Qudans kept playing until 2007, retiring due to hand fatigue experienced from excessive exercising which even forced him to temporarily switch to using a Joypad for Electric Cancel 6 [3] (he won the Tekken 5 and Tekken Tag Tournament events regardless). After this Qudans went on a five year hiatus from competitive Tekken, enlisting in the Army, going to University and getting a part-time job.

After his hiatus Qudans made his return to Tekken after being convinced by fellow player Ji3moon Ace to start playing Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and was motivated as well after watching Knee playing for numerous tournaments. His rise to stardom once again started with Tekken 7 however winning multiple tournaments such as the first season of AfreecaTV TEKKEN League and the SEA Major with the latter victory ensuring him a place at the first Tekken World Tour Finals where he emphatically won the event after a 10 year absence from North American tournaments. Shortly after this he was sponsored by ROX Dragons for the next TWT circuit but later signed with UYU in early 2018.

He would go on to make the Tour Finals once again after numerous Top-8 finishes in the regular circuit, eventually finishing 2nd place to Rangchu. A few months after this, Qudans won the True Gaming Invitational 2019 which featured one of the largest prize pools in Tekken 7 history, winning $60,000 after beating Chanel in a Bracket-Reset to win the tournament.


Tekken 7[edit]

2020-01-26MC13 - 16thEvolution Championship Series: Japan 20200 : 2South KoreaSaint
2019-12-07QG17 - 24thTekken World Tour Finals 2019 LCQ1 : 2South KoreaMulGold
2019-10-20AA1stEast Coast Throwdown 20191 : 3
3 : 2
2019-10-11CA3rdVanguard Bonus Stage2 : 3USAJDCR$100
2019-10-06MC13 - 16thElectric Cancel 20190 : 2USAjimmyjtran
2019-09-29MC13 - 16thREV Major 20190 : 2Japanchikurin
2019-09-01GA7 - 8thSummer Jam 130 : 2JapanDouble
2019-08-17GA7 - 8thCollision 20190 : 2PeruNeNe The Dragon
2019-08-04RG25 - 32ndEvolution Championship Series 2019LJapandouble
2019-05-17EA5 - 6thGaming Tent 20191 : 2Saudi ArabiaShrimboo
2019-03-29AA1stTrue Gaming Invitational 20193 : 0
3 : 2
South KoreaChanel$60,000
2018-12-02BA2ndTekken World Tour Finals 20181 : 3
1 : 3
South KoreaRangchu$4,500
2018-10-14DA4thSEA Major Singapore 20180 : 2South KoreaJeonDDing$500
2018-09-16CA3rdREV Major 20180 : 3South KoreaULSAN$150
2018-09-09GA7 - 8thTekken Grand Battle 20181 : 2South KoreaJeondding
2018-08-19BA2ndTokyo Tekken Masters 20180 : 3
0 : 3
South KoreaKnee
2018-08-05BA2ndEvolution Championship Series 20183 : 1
0 : 3
South KoreaLowHigh$3,086
2018-07-22IC9 - 12thVSFighting 20180 : 2United KingdomAsim
2018-07-01BA2ndCommunity Effort Orlando 20180 : 3
2 : 3
South KoreaJeondding$1,962
2018-06-10AA1stFighting Games Challenge 20180 : 3
3 : 1
South KoreaKnee$2,500
All Results



  • His nickname originated from typing in his first name in a keyboard in English mode, which instead of typing "Byeong Mun" actually typed out "Qudans" instead.[4]