Hanwha Life Esports signed jungler Kang "Haru" Min-seung to its League of Legends team, the Korean organization announced Tuesday.
Lee "Sake" Jung-hyuk will also join Hanwha Life Esports as a coach.
"Jungler 'Haru' Kang Minseung and coach 'Sake' Lee Junghyuk have newly joined Hanwha Life Esports," the team wrote on Facebook. "We hope that Haru, who has a sharp and smart play style, will be able to add more aggressiveness to Hanwha Life Esports. Also, with the previous career of being a legendary player of 'Heroes of the Storm,' the new coach Lee Junghyuk will help strengthen mind, mentality and analyze the strength of a professional esports player based on his experience. Please give lots of support and love for the two new members."
Haru most recently played for SK Telecom T1 in the 2019 season, which resulted in a trip to the semifinals of the League of Legends World Championship. Before that, haru played for Samsung Galaxy, KSV Esports and Gen. G Esports with the same core of players. The organization won the 2017 League of Legends World Championship as Samsung Galaxy before being acquired by KSV Esports, which rebranded the team to Gen. G.
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