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[e][h]Zerg Jaedong
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Lee Jae Dong
January 9, 1990 (age 34)
Alternate IDs:
JD, n.Die_Jaedong, n.Die_yOngKIN
The Tyrant(暴君), 解冻, Legend Killer, God of Destruction
Approx. Total Winnings:
Approx. Winnings 2024:
2007 Seoul e-Sports Festival 2007 EVER OSL 2008 GOMTV MSL Season 4 GOMTV TG Sambo-Intel Classic Season 1 WCG Korea 2008 2008-2009 Batoo OSL 2009 Bacchus OSL WCG 2009 NATE MSL WCG Korea 2010 2018 AfreecaTV BJ Destruction Season 2 2019 AfreecaTV BJ Destruction Season 1 KCM Race Survival 2022 Season 3
2005-??-?? — 2006-03-23
2006-03-23 — 2009-01-31
2009-01-31 — 2011-11-04
2011-11-04 — 2012-12-05
2012-12-05 — 2016-11-01


Lee "Jaedong" Jae Dong is a StarCraft progamer from South Korea who played Zerg for Team 8. Jaedong's dominance led to his inclusion as one of the four members of TaekBangLeeSsang.
After switching to StarCraft II and playing for Evil Geniuses for 4 years, he retired on November 1, 2016[1]. Jaedong started streaming BW on Afreeca on November 12, 2016[2].
He was inducted into the Korean esports Hall of Fame in 2012.


KeSPA Era[edit]

Lee Jae Dong joined team Plus (오영종-Plus) in 2005, which in early 2006 (March 23) became Lecaf OZ.

He made his progamer’s debut on 13 February 2006 and his big stage debut in SKY Proleague 2006 Round 1, on the 30th of April. He achieved his first win in Proleague about a week later, against JiHyun (Hul at the time). Although 2006 was Jaedong’s first year in the professional StarCraft scene, he was already doing extremely well, having an overall record of 51 wins and 27 losses (65.4% win rate). This was the second best Zerg win rate of 2006, right behind sAviOr (GGPlay was third with 63.5%). His early wins against notable players included sAviOr, Reach, NaDa, GoRush, July, and iloveoov. It was clear early on in Jaedong’s career that his Zerg vs. Protoss and Zerg vs. Zerg were outstanding, being both above 70% (vs. Protoss 75% and vs. Zerg 71.4%). After the 2006 Season Lee Jae Dong was prized on 2nd Annual Korea e-Sports Awards with the Rookie of the Year Award.

It was Jaedong’s massive streak against Terran in mid-late 2007 that brought him into the mainstream spotlight. During this run he went 12–0 against Terran, which included scalps against NaDa and Hwasin. Jaedong’s rise during 2007 coincided with the demise of sAviOr. He finished off his brilliant 2007 by capturing his first Starleague title. Finally in January 2008 Jaedong captured the throne of No.1 Zerg according to the KeSPA Ranking, a title that he has held on for more than two years and a half, and still counting. After the 2007 Season Lee Jae Dong was prized on 3rd Annual Korea e-Sports Awards with the Best Winning Percentage, the Best Zerg, and the Player of the Year Awards. 2008 proved another successful for Jaedong claiming an MSL gold (technically in the 2007 Season) and a silver. He also managed to claim the No.1 overall KeSPA Rank for four straight months.

Later on in his career, Lee Jae Dong demonstrated that his monstrous Zerg vs. Zerg wasn’t just a chain of lucky games. Even though Jaedong was extremely successful at Zerg vs. Zerg in his early career, he later said that he didn’t feel confident at all playing it. However, his great success in televised games, especially in Zerg vs. Zerg, allowed him to get even better at it (see also). Soon, Zerg vs. Zerg became Jaedong’s trademark match-up with a winning rate of over 81% in the middle of 2009, allowing him to become the most successful Zerg vs. Zerg player in history. Indeed, Jaedong’s ZvZ mastery allowed him to reach the highest vs. Z Elo rating ever recorded, edging out previous bonjwa and TvZ monster iloveoov. After the 2008–09 Season Lee Jae Dong was prized on 4th Annual Korea e-Sports Awards with the Best Zerg Award, and the Player of the Year Award.

After his win in the Bacchus Starleague 2009 and the resolution of the Free Agency Controversy (see below), Lee Jae Dong announced that he would undergo Lasik eye surgery to repair his rapidly deteriorating vision. His surgery is scheduled for September 28. On 26 January 2009 Daily eSports announced: accepted to Seoul Cyber University School of Multimedia Design Lee Jae Dong will be a freshman in university this March. He applied for the regular admission which had its deadline on the last December 29. Overcoming a low admission rate, he received the acceptance letter.

Lee Jae Dong was the WCG 2009 champion and has won five major league titles: the EVER Starleague 2007, the 2008 GOMTV MSL Season 4, the Batoo Starleague, the Bacchus Starleague 2009, and the NATE MSL. Jaedong took out YellOw[ArnC] in the Bacchus Starleague 2009 in a 3–0 sweep, becoming the third Golden Mouse holder and the second progamer (after SlayerS_`BoxeR`) to win back-to-back Starleagues. In addition to his major league titles, Jaedong also won titles at the Seoul IESF 2007, the WCG 2008 Korea Championship, the WCG 2010 Korea Championship, and the TG-Intel Classic Season 1, a surprisingly one-sided series where he defeated Lee Yong Ho (Flash) 3–0 in the Final. He was No.1 overall KeSPA Rank from April 2009 till February 2010 (for eleven straight months).

2010 was the year defined by the rivalry between Jaedong and Flash. The two progamers faced each other in no less than 5 finals: WCG Korea, NATE MSL, 2010 Hana Daetoo Securities MSL, 2010 Bigfile MSL consecutively, and the Korean Air OSL 2. In these finals Flash came ahead 3-2, though Jaedong held a slight edge in their head-to-head record, an incredible feat considering Flash's domination at the time. Jaedong finished the year with a monstrous 70% win rate, behind only Flash, and yet again received the KeSPA Award for Best Zerg.

In 2011 Jaedong fell into a relative slump, with a win percentage lower than his rookie year (though he reached the round of four in the 2011 PDPop MSL and 2011 ABC Mart MSL). Peculiarly, his best match-up ZvZ and favored match-up ZvP fell to the 50% range, whereas his ZvT rose to an all-time high of 81.1% for the year (TLPD). After the disbandment of Hwaseung OZ, WeMade FOX, and MBCGame HERO, KeSPA formed an eighth team to allow the players of the former teams to continue to play. Though the Eighth Team has struggled in Proleague, Jaedong has remained their top-performing player.

Free Agency Controversy[edit]

In 2009, Jaedong applied for KeSPA’s Free Agency Policy due to disagreement between Hwaseung OZ and Jaedong’s parents over his new contract with Hwaseung OZ. Under KeSPA policy, the parents of progamers who are under 20 years old are required to approve any contract of their son/daughter. Jaedong’s parents felt that Jaedong shouldered too much of Hwaseung OZ’s burden and thus could not come to terms with Hwaseung OZ in terms of pay. Under KeSPA’s free agency rules, any progaming team that bids for a free agent progamer with a salary of over 50 million won (which includes any top progamer right now), must compensate that player’s original team with either 200% of his original annual salary or 100% of his original annual salary and one nonessential player from their roster. Combined with already tight budgets, this restriction for buying a high name player meant that Jaedong was unlikely to be bidded on by any team. After not receiving any bids during the free agency period, Jaedong was required to either renegotiate with Hwaseung OZ, to give up his progaming license for a year and become a semi-pro until the next season, or to retire. Jaedong’s parents, in addition to their criticism of OZ, had expressed willingness to have Jaedong retire and attend college, but on August 31, 2009, Korean news source Fomos announced that Jaedong had successfully renegotiated with Hwaseung OZ, and therefore, he will be playing with them for the 09–10 Season.

Post-KeSPA Era[edit]

On November 1st, 2016, Jaedong was released from his contract with Evil Geniuses. Many had speculated Jaedong would return to Brood War, and had been playing under the ID "424" on the Fish servers. The account of 424 had amassed an unusual amount of games against FlaSh and Brood War professionals had said 424 played like a player who was rusty and an ex-pro. On November 8th, AfreecaTV announced that Jaedong would become a BJ and stream Brood War full-time.

Jaedong's first official return to the tournament scene was displayed at the KT Giga Showmatch. Here, Jaedong defeated Stork in the semifinals but lost to Bisu, 1-2, in the finals. His first off-line tournament will be the Afreeca Starleague Season 2. Jaedong showed signs of rust when he failed to qualify through the Seoul qualifiers but managed to rebound in the Busan qualifiers the next day to enter the Round of 24. He will play in Group E against Mong, Best, and Hint.

On June 23, 2020, Jaedong left StarCraft to fulfill his mandatory military service.

Play Style and Innovations[edit]

Lee Jae Dong proved that a focus on mechanics and execution could solve problems in the StarCraft game strategy. The reason 75% of Starleague and MSL semifinalists are Zerg in late 08–09 Season and 50% in early 09–10 Season is Jaedong. As a leader of Zerg race who varied his gameplay from low-econ builds to macro intensive builds, Lee Jae Dong taught how to beat the toughest opponents even on imbalanced maps. He has evolved the way the Zerg race plays the different match-ups greatly.

I remembered something that Park Myung Soo said. It’s been a while, so it’s a bit fuzzy, but it was something like “Mech should be saved for Protoss.” I feel the same way, and I’m fully confident. Good management and macro is the key.
Jaedong (Hana Bank MSL Day 3 Winners interview, 2010-05-08[3])

Jaedong’s ZvT used to be extremely dominant back in the second half of 2007 and early 2008. Jaedong’s Defiler and Ultraling play was almost unbeatable for a long time. His first well-known revolutionary approach to ZvT was the 2 Hatch Muta build vs. Flash, after which 2 Hatch Muta became immensely popular and a standard build in the ZvT match-up, whereas before that it was considered to be an all-in build. Regression to a 2 Hatch opening vs. Terran has also had a great influence on the way the game is played. Jaedong’s use of Queens and 2 Control Groups of Mutalisks was not just a spectacular reception in the expectation of public favor, but also showed a different way to approach the match-up.

After losing to Jaedong, I lost a lot of games strangely. I always felt like the opponent prepared better than me. …I realized I don’t know how to play ZvZ anymore.
Calm (STX vs. Hite Winners interview, 2010-06-06[4])
[Q]: You had completely opposite openings in games 1 and 5 (12 Hatch vs. 9 Pool), but the winner remained Jaedong, how does that work out?

[A]: I’m not sure. I didn’t prepare that much, but simply played according to the most comfortable style in the game, so I was able to fully exhibit my potential just like in practice. I’ve been viewing this as an emphasis recently, and I’ve been striving to make no mistakes in televised games. Usually, during practice, if the opening puts me behind, it would put pressure on me and I would feel bad, and it’d be hard to stage a comeback. It’s important to be able to overcome this in live games.

…I’ve said this before for ZvZ, no matter what the opponent opens with, I still think “I’m the winner,” so I don’t think I will lose.
Jaedong (Hwaseung vs Woongjin Winner, 2010-05-10[5])

Jaedong has also revolutionized ZvZ. The precision, timing attacks, careful unit counting, Zergling run-by plays (often in the midst of Mutalisk attacks) and methodical concave exploitation have advanced tremendously since Jaedong has showcased his ZvZ, showing that every Build Order has advantages against the other Build Orders, and you can overcome any difficulties with proper micro and game sense. No one understands ZvZ better than Jaedong does, and it’s the single most dominant match-up statistics in the history of StarCraft over a large sample size, 85.7% wins since December 2007 up to June 2009.

Lee Jae Dong in ZvP innovated with the 3 Hatch Spire into 5 Hatch with Scourge play and popularized the build which made it the standard for ZvP. With this build, he made a counter-revolution against Forge FE that’s reversed nearly all the advantages in strategy and morale that Bisu earned when he defeated sAviOr in the GOMTV MBCGame StarCraft League Season 1 Finals. He made an invaluable contribution to the development of Sim-City defense, an important part of ZvP.

In addition to standard play, Lee Jae Dong has innovated a lot of creative cheesy builds and refined July’s aggression to another level while still possessing a world-class standard macro game. His micro is considered his greatest strength.


  • In May 2010, Lee Jae Dong was selected as a South Korea representative for the WCG 2010 Torch Relay.
  • From 26 January 2010 Jaedong has his own page in the history of greatest StarCraft facepalms — he forgot to research Consume in Winners League game vs. Flash on Match Point. The previous two were for Stork (Dragoon Range) and for sAviOr (Adrenal Glands).
  • The Kim Carrier’s curse failed on Jaedong twice in a row — in Bacchus Starleague 2009 and in NATE MSL. The previous failures were only with NaDa in Shinhan Starleague Season 2 and with Stork in Incruit Starleague.
  • MSL Records:
  • Lee Jae Dong has a first record on the longest winning streak in the MSL — 11 wins, the second are Lee Yoon Yeol (NaDa) and Lee Yong Ho (Flash) with 10 wins.
  • Lee Jae Dong is the second player after Hong Jin Ho ([NC]...YellOw) to get into MSL Final without a loss. Hong Jin Ho has 7 wins in the KPGA Tour 1st, Lee Jae Dong has 10 wins in the NATE MSL.
  • Up to 2010.05.08 Lee Jae Dong played 100 games in MSL & Survivor (67 wins), he won in 3rd set of his match vs. Jun Sang Wook (Midas) in Quarter-Final of the Hana Daetoo Securities MSL.
  • Lee Jae Dong was very strong on Katrina going a combined 19–3 across all versions of the map with all 3 losses coming at the hands of Lee Yong Ho (Flash).

    Head-To-Head Records

  • Head-To-Head Records:
  • Lee Jae Dong has 8–0 score vs. Shin Sang Moon (Leta), 1 Bo3 and 2 Ace games included.
  • Lee Jae Dong was on winning streak 10–0 vs. Kim Ku Hyun (Kal), 1 Bo5 and 1 Bo3 included.
  • Lee Jae Dong has worst record against Han Dong Wook (Casy), 1–5 total score, first five losses and last one win.
  • KeSPA Ranking Records:
  • Lee Jae Dong was the top-1 Zerg player in the rank for 43 months and all of them straight. On the second after Jaedong’s position for Zerg were sAviOr, Luxury, July, YellOw[ArnC], EffOrt, Calm. —Hong Jin Ho ([NC]...YellOw) was top-1 Zerg for 27 consecutive months.
  • Lee Jae Dong was the first who has surpassed the mark of 3000 points in the KeSPA Ranking. In September 2009, after a second successive victory in the Starleague, he established an absolute record in the rank — 3459.3 points.
  • In June 2010 (according to YGosu.Com), Jaedong is the first on total prize money score, sAviOr, Flash, NaDa, and Bisu are from the second to fifth. Jaedong received his first prize money in 2007; sAviOr, Flash, NaDa, and Bisu — in 2005, in 2007, in 2002, and in 2006 respectively. The aggregate amount of prize money for Jaedong is 361M₩ (sAviOr has 305M₩, Flash has 300.15M₩, NaDa has 297.35M₩, and Bisu has 273.5M₩).
Before, I thought Bisu’s nickname ‘Revolutionist’ is pretty cool, but now I think my favorite is Jaedong’s ‘Tyrant’. Very awe-inspiring. As a Zerg player I kind of wish I can steal it.
EffOrt (STX vs. Hite Winners interview, 2010-06-06[4])
  • There’re two common Korean nicknames of Jaedong: 폭군 (Pok-kkun, The Tyrant), 파괴신 (Pagoesin, The God of Destruction (or Destructor)) — i.e. ‘The Tyrant’ Jaedong or ‘Destructor’ Jaedong. The nickname ‘Tyrant’ was coined by OGN commentator Um Jae Kyung for his hyper-aggressive style which set him apart from the rest of the Zergs. Note also: “The Legend Killer” is “English only” nickname.
  • Starleague Records:
  • On his way to the Golden Mouse Trophey Lee Jae Dong played against representatives of each race, Protoss, Terran, Zerg, and won with 3 different scores, 3–1, 3–2, 3–0.
  • Lee Jae Dong has the third place record in winning streaks in the Starleague — he has 9 wins in a row from 2009.08.14 to 2009.12.09.
  • The Final vs. YellOw[ArnC] in the Bacchus Starleague 2009 was the shortest Starleague Final ever.
  • Regular Games Records:
  • Lee Jae Dong achieved 300 wins in so called “regular games” — after his win over great (Samsung KHAN) in Proleague match 2010.07.03. He is the second after Lee Yoon Yeol (NaDa), and Lee Yong Ho (Flash) is third with 270 wins at the moment.
  • According to Fomos, Lee Jae Dong is the first player to ever reach 100 wins in one year in “regular games” — after his win over RuBy (Air Force ACE) in Proleague match 2009.12.16.
  • Proleague Records:
  • Lee Jae Dong was on 14–0 winning streak in Proleague games (2010.05.02—2010.06.23), 2 Ace games included; the record is tied with the record of Park Jung Suk (Reach) in only 1v1 regular season games (2003.04.05—2004.12.08); the third record is Lee Yong Ho’s (Flash) 13 wins (2009.02.02—2009.02.18).
  • Lee Jae Dong was on 8–0 winning streak in Ace games in the 09–10 Proleague Season (2009.10.19—2010.05.10).
  • Lee Jae Dong has best record of 9–0 winning streak in ZvZ games twice (2006.05.06—2006.11.12 and 2010.04.13—2010.06.13).
  • Lee Jae Dong is on 18 games winstreak vs. hite SPARKYZ (2008.10.04–current), two All-Kills and 5 Ace games included; overall record 23–5 (82.1%), 5–1 in Aces. He is extremely strong vs. hite’s Terrans: 12–2.
  • Lee Jae Dong was the first progamer who played 200 games in Proleague (2010.03.16 vs. YellOw[ArnC]).
  • Co-Winner of the Shinhan Bank Proleague 08–09 MVP (with Bisu) and Co-Winner of the Shinhan Bank Proleague 08–09 Most Wins Award (with Flash).
  • Lee Jae Dong was the second progamer after Park Jung Suk (Reach) who won 100 games in Proleague (2009.06.01 vs. Shin Sang Moon (Leta)).
  • In all of his matches, Jaedong has won 20 Best-of-Five matches, and has lost six: 1–3 vs. Rock during the Final of the Star Challenge 2007 Season 1, 0–3 vs. fOrGG in the Final of the Arena MSL (2008), 1–3 vs. Calm in the Semi-Final of the Avalon MSL (2009), 0–3 vs. Flash in the Final of the Hana Daetoo Securities MSL (2010), 2-3 vs. Flash in the Final of the Bigfile MSL (2010), and 1-3 vs. Flash in the Final of the Korean Air OSL S2.
  • He is the first player to win both a Brood War and a StarCraft 2 premier tournament.


Year Team Wins Losses %Win vs. Terran vs. Zerg vs. Protoss Best Finish
2006 OZ 24 14 63.2% 8-6 11-4 5-4 ---
2007 OZ 57 31 64.8% 27-13 15-5 15-13 EVER 2007 OSL
2008 OZ 87 38 69.6% 33-22 21-4 33-12 GOMTV S4 MSL
2009 OZ 117 51 69.6% 38-22 52-18 27-11 Batoo OSL, Bacchus 2009 OSL
2010 OZ 108 47 69.7% 37-27 42-13 29-7 NATE MSL
2011 OZ 56 31 64.4% 26-6 17-14 13-11 Ro4 PDPop MSL, ABC Mart MSL

Matchup Statistics[edit]

Matchup Games Wins Losses Winrate
vs P 338 227 111 67.2 %
vs T 373 217 156 58.2 %
vs Z 203 141 62 69.5 %
All 948 619 329 65.3 %


2010-08-282ndPremierBigfile MSLBigfile MSL
Hwaseung OZHwaseung OZ
2 : 3$16,100
2010-05-292ndPremierHana Daetoo Securities MSLHana Daetoo Securities MSL
Hwaseung OZHwaseung OZ
0 : 3$16,100
2010-01-231stPremierNATE MSLNATE MSL
Hwaseung OZHwaseung OZ
3 : 1$40,250
2009-11-151stPremierWCG 2009WCG 2009
Hwaseung OZHwaseung OZ
2 : 1$10,000
2009-08-221stPremier2009 Bacchus OSL2009 Bacchus OSL
Hwaseung OZHwaseung OZ
3 : 0
South KoreaZerg[[|YellOw[ArnC]]]
2009-04-041stPremier2008-2009 Batoo OSL2008-2009 Batoo OSL
Hwaseung OZHwaseung OZ
3 : 2$32,200
2008-08-101stPremierGOMTV TG Sambo-Intel Classic Season 1GOMTV TG Sambo-Intel Classic Season 1
Lecaf OZLecaf OZ
3 : 0$40,000
2008-03-081stPremier2008 GOMTV MSL Season 42008 GOMTV MSL Season 4
Lecaf OZLecaf OZ
3 : 1$40,250
2007-12-221stPremier2007 EVER OSL2007 EVER OSL
Lecaf OZLecaf OZ
3 : 1$32,200
2007-08-111stPremier2007 Seoul e-Sports Festival
Lecaf OZLecaf OZ
2 : 1$17,544
Extended list of results

Earnings Breakdown[edit]

Personal Awards[edit]

  • SKY Proleague 2006 Round 1: Rookie of the Year
  • SKY Proleague 2006 Round 2: Most Wins Award
  • SKY Proleague 2006 Round 2: MVP
  • 2nd Annual Korea e-Sports Awards (Feb. 2007): Best New Player
  • 3rd Annual Korea e-Sports Awards (March 2008): Best Winning Percentage
  • 3rd Annual Korea e-Sports Awards (March 2008): Best Zerg
  • 3rd Annual Korea e-Sports Awards (March 2008): Player of the Year
  • Shinhan Bank Proleague 08–09: Most Wins Award (shared)
  • Shinhan Bank Proleague 08–09: MVP (shared)
  • 4th Annual Korea e-Sports Awards (Dec. 2009): Best Zerg
  • 4th Annual Korea e-Sports Awards (Dec. 2009): Player of the Year
Note: In 2008 Korea e-Sports Awards have not been determined, 2009 Awards were related to the 2008–09 Season. So, Lee Jae Dong received Korea e-Sports Awards prizes of 2007 and of 2009 consecutively.

Awards with Hwaseung OZ[edit]

  • SKY Proleague 2006 Round 2: Third
  • Shinhan Bank Proleague 2007 Round 1: Runner-Up
  • Shinhan Bank Proleague 2007 Round 2: Winner
  • Shinhan Bank Proleague 2007 Grand Final: Winner
  • Shinhan Bank Winners League 08–09: Runner-Up
  • Shinhan Bank Proleague 08–09: Runner-Up

WCG Champion
WCG 2008
Preceded By:
South Korea Zerg Luxury
WCG 2009
11th November 2009 - 30th September 2010
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
WCG 2010
Succeeded By:
South Korea Terran Flash

OSL Champion
Daum OSL
Preceded By:
South Korea Zerg GGPlay
22nd December 2007-15th March 2008
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
2008 Bacchus OSL
Succeeded By:
South Korea Terran Flash
2008 Incruit OSL
Preceded By:
South Korea Protoss Stork
2009 Batoo OSL
4th April 2009-Continued
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
2009 Bacchus OSL
Succeeded By:
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
2009 Batoo OSL
Preceded By:
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
2009 Bacchus OSL
Continued-17th January 2010
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
Succeeded By:
South Korea Terran Flash
MSL Champion
GOMTV MSL Season 3
Preceded By:
South Korea Terran Mind
GOMTV MSL Season 4
8th March 2008-26th July 2008
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
Arena MSL
Succeeded By:
South Korea Terran fOrGG
Avalon MSL
Preceded By:
South Korea Zerg Calm
23rd January 2010-29th May 2010
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
Hana Daetoo Securities_MSL
Succeeded By:
South Korea Terran Flash
WCG Korea Champion
WCG Korea 2007
Preceded By:
South Korea Terran Hwasin
WCG Korea 2008

South Korea Zerg Jaedong
WCGC Korea 2009
Succeeded By:
South Korea Protoss Bisu
WCGC Korea 2009
Preceded By:
South Korea Protoss Bisu
WCG Korea 2010

South Korea Zerg Jaedong
WCG Korea 2011 (SC2)
Succeeded By:
South Korea Terran Mvp
GOMTV Starleague

Preceded By:
GOMTV TG Sambo-Intel Classic Season 1
10th August 2008 - 8th February 2009
South Korea Zerg Jaedong
GOMTV Averatec-Intel Classic Season 2
Succeeded By:
South Korea Protoss Bisu


Further Readings and Useful Links[edit]


  • Heir Apparent — a Team Liquid Final Edits article by Hot_Bid. [2007.12.28]


  • STAR B.Net Attack No.35, MBCGame Show-Match Lee Jae Dong vs. Battle.Net users, Part 1 , Part 2  — seven 1st person Jaedong’s VODs on Python and Blue Storm. You can see final battle between… SCVs and Drones, Jaedong off-races as Terran, Jaedong off-races as Protoss, ZvT only with Hydras, ZvP only with Lings and Queens (and with Scourges lately), and so on. [2008.08.28]






  • Jaedong: Never Give Up - An article that chronicles Jaedong's condition and drive to be the best in the post-KeSPA era, by Bigfan.  [2018.02.26]