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[e][h] Billowy
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Kim Doh-kyung
August 19, 1994 (1994-08-19) (age 25)
Alternate IDs:
oGsLure, MVPLure, ywollib, DoKyung
Total Earnings:
EPT Korea rank:
× 1
????-??-?? — 2011-07-26
2011-07-26 — ????-??-??
2012-01-11 — 2012-03-??
2012-03-?? — 2012-05-15
2012-05-21 — 2014-07-31
2014-09-29 — 2014-10-20
2014-12-10 — 2015-12-03
2015-12-03 — 2016-01-23
2016-01-23 — 2016-11-21

Kim "Billowy" Do Kyung, formerly known as "Lure", is a retired Protoss player from South Korea.


Leaving his former team MVP with teammate and former manager PeGaSuS, on July 27, 2011 it was announced that Lure would be joining CheckSix Gaming.[1][2] However, due to external circumstances, Lure resigned from CheckSix Gaming. In early January 2012 he was announced as a member of newly formed team Rising Star. After Rising Star disbanded Lure joined Old Generations.[3] After the disbandment of Old Generations, it was revealed during his GSL 2012 Season 3 Up & Down matches that Lure had re-joined MVP

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Code A[edit]

Billowy qualified for Code A in the 2011 GSL May after beating NalZa in the final of his bracket, but lost in the Ro 32 to Mvp. He resurfaced in January 2012, qualifying for 2012 GSL Season 1 Code A, after beating players such as Symbol and TAiLS in his bracket. His first match was against Brown which went 2-0 in Brown's favor.

Billowy qualified for Code A in the 2012 GSL Season 2 after beating players such as DeParture, RainBOw, and Whale in his bracket. In the Round of 48, he faced his teammate InCa, who he managed to defeat 2-1, securing a spot in Code A next season. In the next round, he had to play against YugiOh, but lost 0-2. He will have to play in the Up and Down matches to try to qualify for Code S.

OnGameNet Star II League[edit]

2012 OSL Non-KeSPA Preliminaries[edit]

On July 2, 2012, Billowy participated in the 2012 OSL Non-KeSPA Preliminaries. Billowy received a BYE in round one and then took down Cella, Virus, Sirius, and faced Seal in the finals. He was not able to advance any further and had to take 2nd place after he lost to Seal by a score of 1:2.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

Billowy had a center stage moment during the first round of 2014 Proleague Round 2 Playoffs when MVP faced KT Rolster. He started the series for MVP and proceeded to record an all-kill, beating (in order) Stats, Zest, TY and Flash to send MVP through to the semifinals as part of their underdog run to the round finals.

Billowy joined SK Telecom T1 on December 10, 2014.[4]

Legacy of the Void[edit]

After a year on SK Telecom T1 he joined SBENU on December 2, 2015 to play for them in 2016 Proleague.[5]


In A1Premier tournaments
2018-05-1217 - 24th2018 Global StarCraft II League Season 2: Code SZZZZZ1-2Grp S.$2,814
In A2Major tournaments
2013-01-181stNEO Star League 2012 Season 24 : 2 XiGua$6,411
In A3Minor and A5Monthly tournaments
2016-07-012ndSGL Cup 21 : 3 Hydra$100
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A1Premier tournaments
2015-10-101st2015 SK Telecom Proleague4 : 2$4,240
2013-07-202nd2013 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 13 : 5$1,424.08
2012-07-283 - 4th2012 Global Starcraft II Team League Season 24 : 5$439.23
In A2Major tournaments
2016-11-204thVSL Team League3 : 4$141.11
2015-07-041st2015 Proleague: Round 34 : 3$1,336.59
2015-02-141st2015 Proleague: Round 14 : 2$1,707.34
2014-04-012nd2014 Proleague: Round 21 : 4$524.95
2013-08-181stAcer TeamStory Cup Season 15 : 3$769.23
In Premier/Major Team Leagues
Complete Results in any Tournament


  • His 2012 GSL Season 1 Code A match against Brown was the fastest Best of 3 ever in the GSL Code A (as of February 14), spanning a total of 6 minutes and 3 seconds.[6]





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First Person View Match VODS[edit]