“It’s a pity that it ended so quickly and in vain. It ended in vain, and I regret it a lot.”
I came to London with the good luck of reaching and winning the first international final, but the result was a dropout. Even while looking back at Pain, Choi “Doran” Hyeon-joon looked quite discouraged even to himself.
On the afternoon of the 19th (hereinafter Korean time), Gen.G played against BLG, the loser of the 3rd round of the bracket stage of the ‘2023 Mid-Season Invitational (MSI)’ bracket held at the Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, England, and released the jinx, the hottest champion in the tournament. Due to an incomprehensible ban/pick, I was defeated 0-3.
The defeated Gen.G ended their MSI journey in 4th place. On the other hand, BLG competed with T1 on the 20th to advance to the finals with a best-of-five system in the loser’s final.
After the game, Choi Hyun-joon, who had a scrum interview with reporters, said, “It’s a pity that it ended so quickly and in vain. Even when bad situations and performance came, I think it is good to try to change again and try to improve. It’s very unfortunate, but I will go back to Korea and develop further based on this experience.”
When asked about Gen.G’s improvement, he replied, “The most unfortunate part was the lack of communication during teamfights and coordination during teamfights compared to other teams.” He even said his strengths.
In addition, he said, “When I joined the LPL team and international competitions, I felt that our team was lacking. There were many things to learn. I tried to do this MSI without regrets, but it ended in vain, so I regret it a lot,” he bowed his head.
Choi Hyeon-joon, who said about his performance, “There was no game that I was satisfied with,” said, “I don’t want to make excuses. I couldn’t adapt to the meta, and I was pushed back by my opponent because my skills were lacking,” he admitted defeat, saying, “I think there will be a better champ, but I didn’t have enough time to prepare. It is also very regretful that we have not tried many things.” He did not forget to mention the lack of preparation.
When asked about the predictions for the loser’s final between T1 and BLG, Choi Hyun-jun said, “It’s not easy to predict because we lost to both T1 and BLG. Still, I want the LCK to win. I will look forward to T1’s victory 메이저사이트.”