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[e][h] NaRa
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Lee Han Eul
Alternate IDs:
Total Earnings:
2010-06-15 - 2012-09-24
2013-03-12 - 2013-04-14

Lee "NaRa" Han Eul is a Protoss player from Spain, who is currently teamless.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

After winning Campus party 2010's StarCraft II tournament in June 2010, NaRa joined and was made captain of the newly created team Aprender.

Not finding time to play in LVP (Spanish most prestigious league together with ESL Pro Series Spain), NaRa made a name for himself in Torneo ESL StarCraft II after taking a game off ThorZaIN in the group stage (despite lossing the best of 3 by 1-2) and beating Deathfate, pushing the group to a tie-breaker, which he lost. He was then invited to represent Spain at DreamHack Winter 2011, where he failed to make it out of the first group stage after losing to NightEnd (1-2), Osho and PuMa (both 0-2).

After this tournament, NaRa decided to switch to Terran and played in online Spanish cups. Early 2012 he switched back to Protoss. He then decided to be more active in Spanish tournaments and participated in ESL Pro Series Spain Season 9, where he finished third, after losing to VortiX in the winner's bracket and LucifroN in the loser's bracket. Later that year he played in the 2012 World Championship Series: Spain Nationals, where he finished 5th/6th after being eliminated by VortiX and LucifroN.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

March 2013 Nara participated in the ESL Pro Series Spain Season 10, but could only finish 5th/6th after being eliminated (again by VortiX and LucifroN). In April, he qualified for LVP season 5, even though this e-sports league later decided not to host a StarCraft II competition.


  • He has been switching between Protoss and Terran race since the beginning of 2011, until in 2013 he decided he would stick with Protoss.
  • He is from Korea, but he's living in Spain.
  • He is good friends with many Koreans, including HerO and Daisy.
  • He has also played Warcraft III and World of Warcraft at high levels.