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[e][h]Protoss Junitoss
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Moon Jun Hee
July 29, 1985 (age 38)
Alternate IDs:
Approx. Total Winnings:
2002-08-?? — 2004-10-??
2004-10-?? — 2005-10-??
2005-10-?? — 2006-04-??
2006-04-?? — ????-??-??

Moon "Junitoss" Jun Hee is a retired StarCraft progamer from South Korea who played Protoss for MBCGame HERO.


[1]Moon Jun Hee was a longtime member of Pirates of Space, now known as MBCGame Hero and was signed at the time of formation. Boasting a proud and formidable online record, much was expected of this young gamer.

Sadly, he just couldn't cope under the ever watchful eye of the T.V. Camera.

In his FighterForum career interview, Jun Hee talked about his shyness and how he gets embarrassed and nervous very easily. Thus the moment he was put on T.V he struggled immensely. Some people compared him to V-Gundam.

It has always been an uphill struggle for this player.

In the offline qualification tournament for the challenge league. Jun Hee became one of the most hated men alive when he denied none other than Seo Ji Soo (Tossgirl) from entering the Challenge league. And of course, he went on to lose in the Challenge league adding to everyone's fury.

After a 12 game losing streak to open his career, he finally won a game against Na Gyung Bo (Junior). Jun Hee would preform well under his online skill and post inconsistent results throughout his career, however he did manage to beat American Progamer Assem. His self-proclaimed most memorable game would be played against Park Myung Soo (YellOw[ArnC]) in the loser's match in the 2004 proleague. However important to him, the game was glossed over by essentially all.

Jun Hee's claim to fame would occur in 2005 in the final match in his ODT group against none other than Lim Yo Hwan (Boxer) on Forte. Due to the design of forte, the mains are very small in addition to this it was one of the first times Yo Hwan had played a televised game on this map. While playing the game Yo Hwan typed "Main is too small T_T" and Jun Hee nerves broke. He scouted every possible place for a proxy, his entire game fell to pieces and Yo Hwan stomped him like a USEast pubbie. In response to this, KeSPA created a rule which banned all speaking to all players unless it was an act of surrender or to pause the game.

Jun Hee would also prove to be a wildcard player for MBCGame Hero. In the 2006 Season 1 Proleague finals against SKT T1, Jun Hee was used on the map (Old) Peaks of Baekdu (incredibly imbalanced PvZ) against Park Tae Min (Gorush). Despite expected a Terran player, he demonstrated one of the greatest games of his career using a 1base Goon-Reaver build to almost topple the great master of the swarm. Since then, people everywhere have become wary of Jun Hee's sniper potential.

Because Jun Hee is a first rate online player, he is an invaluable practice partner. He is often cited by teammates as an excellent practice partner and thanked very much. So despite his career winrate of 15.15%, he is a well respected member of MBCGame Hero and in his own special little way, has impacted the scene forever.


2006-05-115th - 8thMajor2006 Proteam Evaluation Tournament
2004-10-305th - 6thPremier2004 SKY Proleague Round 22004 SKY Proleague Round 2
Egosys POSEgosys POS
4-4Grp S.-
2004-07-178thPremier2004 SKY Proleague Round 12004 SKY Proleague Round 1
Pirates of SpacePirates of Space
4-6Grp S.-
2003-10-115th - 8thPremier2003 LifeZone KPGA Team League2003 LifeZone KPGA Team League
Pirates of SpacePirates of Space
3 : 4
Hanbit StarsHanbit Stars
2003-06-225thPremier2003 KeMongSa KPGA Tour Team League2003 KeMongSa KPGA Tour Team League
Pirates of SpacePirates of Space
2-2Grp S.$1,679.89
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