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[e][h] Sorry
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Kim Ji Seong
August 10, 1995 (1995-08-10) (age 25)
Alternate IDs:
hudadak, Neo.G_hudadak
Total Earnings:
2011-08-30 — 2016-10-18

Kim "Sorry" Ji Sung was a South Korean Terran player who formerly played for SK Telecom T1 before retiring.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]


Sorry played in the 2012-2013 Proleague season, representing his team SK Telecom T1. He played only one match, where he lost to STX Soul's INnoVation in Round 3 Week 4

Sorry participated in GSL Season 3 getting as far as the Ro32 in Challenger League. He knocked out Symbol 2-1 but was then defeated by Savage 0-2.


Sorry qualified for the KeSPA Cup but lost to herO(jOin) 1-3 in the first Round.


Sorry was able to qualify for the 2015 Global StarCraft II League Season 2 Code A where he beat TaeJa to make his first Code S appearance. In the Round of 32, Sorry was seeded into a group with Solar, Rain and GuMiho. After beating Solar 2-0, Sorry lost to Rain 0-2. In the decider match, he fell 1-2 to GuMiho in a close series, thus finishing 17-24th in his first Code S. Due to his Code S run, Sorry was seeded into Code A in the 2015 Global StarCraft II League Season 3. There, he met Dear in a Best of 5. Despite winning the first two maps, Sorry was unable to beat Dear.

In addition to his improving individual results, Sorry was fielded more often in 2015 Proleague. He went 4-4 over the whole season. He was also the starting player in the finals for SK Telecom T1 against Jin Air Green Wings' Cure. Sorry played a proxy tank build, which was successfully defended by Cure, giving Jin Air the lead. In the end, SKT still won 4-2, making Sorry a Proleague champion.

Legacy of the Void[edit]


On December 8, 2015, it was reported that Sorry's contract with SK Telecom T1 was renewed. A few days later, he qualified for the 2016 Global StarCraft II League Pre-Season, the first Korean LotV event. There he meet Symbol in the Ro16, whom he beat convincingly with a 2-0 score. Unfortunately, Sorry lost to herO in the next round 0-2.

Shortly before the year ended Sorry was able to qualify for the 2016 Global StarCraft II League Season 1 Code A.


In his Code A match, Sorry faced Cure. He was clearly beaten 0-3 and thus was already eliminated and sent back to Code B.

Sorry wasn't listed in the SK Telecom T1 roster for Round 3 of 2016 Proleague but he was still part of the team. When it was announced in October 2016 that the team would disband, it was mentioned that he retired.[1]


In A1Premier tournaments
2016-06-27 28 - 30th2016 Global StarCraft II League Season 2/Code A0 : 2 Creator$1,692
2016-01-08 31 - 60th2016 Global StarCraft II League Season 1/Code A0 : 3 Cure$1,692
2014-09-129 - 16th2014 KeSPA Cup1 : 3 herO$1,958
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A1Premier tournaments
2015-10-101st2015 SK Telecom Proleague4 : 2$4,240
2013-07-144th2012–2013 SK Planet Proleague0 : 2$0
2013-07-094th2012–2013 SK Planet Proleague: Regular Season22-20Grp S.$1,588.01
In A2Major tournaments
2016-11-201stVSL Team League4 : 3$846.66
2015-07-041st2015 Proleague: Round 34 : 3$1,336.59
2015-02-141st2015 Proleague: Round 14 : 2$1,707.34
2014-02-112nd2014 Proleague: Round 10 : 4$389.06
Complete Results in any Tournament


Matchup Statistics

 vs vs vs Total
as 0 - 0-0 - 20 %0 - 20 %0 - 40 %
as 23 - 3241.8 %61 - 4657 %40 - 3454.1 %124 - 11252.5 %

Earnings Statistics


  1. Kenzi (2016-10-18). "Sorry retires". Retrieved 2016-10-18.