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[e][h]Protoss Shuttle
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Kim Yoon Joong
July 4, 1990 (age 33)
Alternate IDs:
By.BorAdori, InTrO)BorAdori, YoonJoong, eyewater[white], Jum, jumbot
Eyewater, Elsa Toss, Mole Toss, Star Dragon, The Monstrous Progeny of Capitalism, 宝儿
Approx. Total Winnings:
Approx. Winnings 2023:
ASL Season 1KCM Race Survival 2020 Season 3ASTL Season 3KCM Race Survival 2022 Season 2
2006-08-21 — 2012-09-21


Kim "Shuttle" Yoon Joong is a StarCraft progamer from South Korea who played Protoss for STX SouL. He retired from StarCraft II on 21 September 2012 in order to fulfill his mandatory military service and currently plays in amateur leagues.[1]


Yoon Joong started playing Starcraft because he wanted to beat his seatmate. Eventually he improved enough to become the best in his city, enabling him to win about $300 in a middle school tournament. This led to his father accepting his career path as progamer.[2]

Shuttle has had a few scattered Proleague appearances on his team since the Shinhan Bank Proleague 2007. He is often overshadowed by his Protoss teammate Kal, who has had much more success than Yoonjoong and has appeared on his team’s lineup much more. Yoonjoong is perhaps most famous for his success in the TG-Intel Classic Season 1, where he defeated Violet and longtime Starleague veterans XellOs and fOrGG before losing to eventual tournament winner Jaedong in the semifinals. Since the TG-Intel Classic Season 1 though, he has yet to achieve much else. He has continued to have infrequent Proleague appearances, but has recently reached the Ro8 in the Averatec-Intel Classic Season 3 as well as make it to the Ro36 in the Bacchus Starleague 2009 before losing to Flash in the final set.

Shuttle is one of the most popular streaming broadcast jockeys, or BJs, on Afreeca, playing on the Fish server.[3]


  • Kim Yoon Joong has an extremely good PvP record despite a small set of games played over his career at 22-11 (66.7%, April 2010), which includes wins over JangBi, Violet, BeSt, and Stork.
  • His ID Eyewater is a literal translation of the English word "tears".
  • has several nicknames in the Korean scene. For example he is named: [4]
    • "Elsa Toss" because of his usage of Stasis Field
    • "Mole Toss" because of his prominent mole on his face
    • "Star Dragon" because of the amount of donations (Star Ballons) he gets on AfreecaTV
    • "The Monstrous Progeny of Capitalism" because he would always play much better when prize money was on the line

Matchup Statistics[edit]

Matchup Games Wins Losses Winrate
vs P 11 8 3 72.7 %
vs T 20 8 12 40 %
vs Z 14 5 9 35.7 %
All 45 21 24 46.7 %


2023-06-141stShowm. (Maj.)Major Proleague: June 14, 2023
Team ATeam A
2 : 0
Team BTeam B
2023-05-241stShowm. (Maj.)Major Proleague: May 24, 2023
Team ATeam A
2 : 0
Team BTeam B
2023-03-061stShowm. (Maj.)Major Proleague: March 6, 2023
Team ATeam A
2 : 1
Team BTeam B
2023-02-221stShowm. (Maj.)Major Proleague: February 22, 2023
Team ATeam A
2 : 0
Team BTeam B
2023-01-311stShowm. (Maj.)Major Proleague: January 31, 2023
Team BTeam B
2 : 0
Team ATeam A
2022-01-091stPremierASTL Season 3ASTL Season 3
4 : 2
Sunae Chicken SkewersSunae Chicken Skewers
2018-10-274thPremierASL Season 6ASL Season 60 : 3$2,689
2017-09-021stQual. (Prem.)AfreecaTV Starleague Season 4: Seoul QualifierAfreecaTV Starleague Season 4: Seoul Qualifier2 : 1-
2016-09-101stPremierASL Season 1ASL Season 13 : 0$13,500
2008-07-203rd - 4thPremierGOMTV TG Sambo-Intel Classic Season 1GOMTV TG Sambo-Intel Classic Season 1
0 : 3$10,000
Extended list of results
ASL Champion
VANT36.5 National Starleague
Preceded By:
South Korea Zerg EffOrt
Afreeca Starleague Season 1
25th June 2016-10th September 2016
South Korea Protoss Shuttle
Afreeca Starleague Season 2
Succeeded By:
South Korea Terran Flash

Earnings Breakdown[edit]

Notable Games[edit]


  • Terran Flash vs. Protoss YoonJoong on Holy World, Bacchus Starleague 2009, Ro36 Group K 2stage 1set  — coming back from a large disadvantage.



  • Protoss Bisu vs. Protoss YoonJoong on Neo Medusa, Shinhan Bank Proleague 08–09, Ro4 Week 5 Day 2 1set  — very intense PvP between Beesuit and Tinky-Winky. Extremely back and forth, and great defense by both players the whole game.

All-Kills in Winners League[edit]

  • Shinhan Bank Winners League 09–10, Week 3 Day 3 — vs. Samsung KHAN:
vs. Zerg Great on Judgement Day, 1st set ; vs. Zerg Juni on New Tornado, 2nd set ; vs. Protoss Stork on Roadrunner, 3rd set ; vs. Protoss JangBi on Fighting Spirit, 4th set


Further Reading[edit]