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[e][h]Terran Mind
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Park Sung Gyoon
October 3, 1991 (1991-10-03) (age 29)
Alternate IDs:
Mindd[WHITE], InteR.Mind
Rommel, Scholar Terran, The Viper
Total Earnings:
2007 GOMTV MSL Season 3HungryApp_Starz_League_with_Kongdoo
2006-03-21 — 2006-04-??
2006-04-?? — 2007-08-??
2007-08-?? — 2011-11-04
2011-11-04 — 2013-09-01

Park "Mind" Sung Gyoon is a StarCraft progamer from South Korea who played Terran for KT Rolster.

He briefly played Terran in StarCraft II for KT Rolster before retiring and playing Starcraft: Brood War again in Korean amateur leagues. [1]


KeSPA Era[edit]

Mind made his 1st appearance on TV in the SKY2006 Proleague R1. He played very few games in Proleague throughout the next year and failed to qualify for any Starleague until the GOMTV MSL S3. In the GOMTV MSL S3 Mind went on fire, defeating iloveoov, Memory, and sAviOr to reach the finals where he met Bisu, who had won the last 2 MSLs. Mind displayed excellent TvP skill with impeccable timing and game sense and won the MSL walking away with the most-feared TvP in Korea. Mind became one of the top Terrans in Korea and the star player on his team, appearing on his team's Proleague lineup every week and being invited to the GOMTV Star Invitational. At the end of 2007 Mind was voted in a poll of e-sport experts as most likely to be the next big Terran on the scene (although in reality Flash, who came in 2nd place in the poll, became that Terran). Mind managed to reach the semifinals of the GOMTV MSL S4 where he lost to eventual champion Jaedong. After the GOMTV MSL S4, Mind failed to reach the semifinals of another league, dropping out of the Arena MSL and EVER2008 OSL in the Ro16. Mind did manage the reach the Ro8 of the Incruit OSL where he lost to eventual finalist Fantasy in a close TvT series.

After the Incruit OSL, Mind's performance dropped substantially; doing much worse in Proleague (which in combination with teammate's Pure and NaDa's faltering performances lead to Wemade Fox dropping far in the Proleague rankings, finishing as the 2nd lowest ranked team in the league) and failing to qualify for any Starleagues since the Incruit OSL.

Mind showed strong results in round 1 of the 09-10 Proleague finished with results of 6 wins and 4 losses. Mind qualified for the 2009 EVER OSL but was knocked out 1-2 by HoGiL in the round of 36.

After WeMade gave up its StarCraft team, Mind was transferred to KT Rolster.

Post KeSPA Era[edit]

Mind during the KSL finals.

After retiring from Starcraft 2 Mind started playing Brood War again, winning Online tournaments like HoSic BJ Starleague Season 2 and 41 Starleague Season 2. Mind also managed to qualify for the 9th, 10th and 11th iteration of the Sonic Starleague with a third place finish in the last one being his best placement. In March 2015, Mind managed to take first place against Kwanro in the HungryApp Starz League with Kongdoo one of the biggest tournaments of the post KeSPA Era up to that point. After his good finishes in the two big offline tournaments Mind did not manage to make an impact in the following two seasons of the Kongdoo Starz League getting eliminated in the Ro8 and Ro16 respectively.

He qualified for Afreeca Starleague Season 2 by defeating Terror in the Seoul Qualifier. Afterwards he was seeded into Group F of the ASL 2, which also included famous progamers like hero, Iris and amateur By.Maru. Mind advanced into the Ro16 after he lost his first game vs. hero but then defeated Iris two times in a row. His Ro16 group consists of him, Sharp, Jaedong and BeSt.


The table shows Mind's overall record as of April 8, 2013:

Overall Statistics
Matchup Games Win Loss Ratio
vs. Terran 123 59 64 48%
vs. Zerg' 88 49 39 55.7%
vs. Protoss 92 45 47 48.9%
Total 303 153 150 50.5%


  • One of his nicknames is "The Viper" given to him by his teammates for his sharp, unexpected, deadly attacks[2]

Matchup Statistics[edit]

Matchup Games Wins Losses Winrate
vs P 458 255 203 55.7 %
vs T 294 139 155 47.3 %
vs Z 435 268 167 61.6 %
All 1211 685 526 56.6 %


2019-11-15EC5 - 8thA0Premier1v1KSL Season 4KSL Season 4Mind1 : 3South Korea  Light$2,570
2018-11-29EC5 - 8thA0Premier1v1KSL Season 2KSL Season 2Mind0 : 3South Korea  Sharp$2,722
2018-06-16AA1stA1MajorTeamMoo ProleagueMoo ProleagueMindex-KT Rolsterex-KT Rolster$2,277
2015-08-23CA3rdA0Premier1v111th SonicTV BJ Starleague11th SonicTV BJ StarleagueMind3 : 1South Korea  free$4,245
2015-03-01AA1stA0Premier1v1HungryApp Starz League with KongdooHungryApp Starz League with KongdooMind4 : 2South Korea  Kwanro$22,500
2014-09-04AA1stA2Minor1v1HungryApp ESports League Special Match #3HungryApp ESports League Special Match #3Mind2 : 0South Korea  hero$2,000
2011-01-07EC5 - 8thA0Premier1v12010 Bacchus OSL2010 Bacchus OSLMindWeMade FOXWeMade FOX1 : 2South Korea  Calm$2,692
2009-01-11EC5 - 8thA0Premier1v1GOMTV Averatec-Intel Classic Season 2GOMTV Averatec-Intel Classic Season 2MindWeMade FOXWeMade FOX0 : 2South Korea  free$3,619
2008-02-28CA3 - 4thA0Premier1v12008 GOMTV MSL Season 42008 GOMTV MSL Season 4MindWeMade FOXWeMade FOX1 : 3South Korea  Jaedong$4,025
2007-11-17AA1stA0Premier1v12007 GOMTV MSL Season 32007 GOMTV MSL Season 3MindWeMade FOXWeMade FOX3 : 1South Korea  Bisu$54,490
Complete list of results in any tournament

Place Year Event/League
2nd 2008 TG Sambo/Intel Classic Preseason Invitational

MSL Champion
GOMTV MSL Season 2
Preceded By:
South Korea  Bisu
GOMTV MSL Season 3
17th November 2007-8th March 2008
South Korea  Mind
GOMTV MSL Season 4
Succeeded By:
South Korea  Jaedong