The Seoul Dynasty is letting go of Minseo ‘Marve1’ Hwang, Hyeonwoo ‘Toyou’ Lim, Jongryeol ‘Saebyeolbe’ Park, and Taesung ‘Anamo’ Jung. All of these players have been on the team varying amounts of time, but given their all to the Dynasty. Here is a look at what they brought to the team during their tenure on the squad.
— Seoul Dynasty 🐯 (@SeoulDynasty) October 10, 2021
— Seoul Dynasty 🐯 (@SeoulDynasty) March 29, 2020
Marve1 was brought in during Season 2 along side his tank dup Minhyuk ‘Michelle’ Choi. He has been the Sigma king for the squad. He was able to really stand out during the Season 2 playoffs with his incredibly quick ability in picking up the new hero. Though he got a lot of flack from the community for playing off tank when the team had a designated off tank player he continued to do his best. In the most recent season Marve1 was back on his main tank role, switching in and out with Jaehui ‘Gesture’ Hong depending on the map, opponent, and meta. Along with Dongeon ‘FITS’ Marve1 is the longest remaining Seoul Dynasty player that was on the team.
— Overwatch League (@overwatchleague) June 5, 2021
Toyou is a true tiger through and through. His journey to get on the Seoul Dynasty is a model of what the Overwatch League should be supporting. He joined from the trainee level and worked his way up to the contenders slot. From contenders he was able to have a two way contract to get onto the Overwatch League team. His precise attention to details and hard work had him be a mid year join last season. Toyou helped the squad get to the grand finals being a newly added member. This year he did his role as the only off tank signed to the team. He continues to grow as a player.
Saebyeolbe didn’t get to play this season for the Seoul Dynasty. He did behind the scenes contribute as a player coach and staff for the team. It is sad to see such a legendary Tracer player retire right before OW2, but his legacy will always be cemented in OW1’s history.
— Overwatch League (@overwatchleague) April 18, 2021
Anamo had big shoes to fill stepping in this season, taking the spot of Jinmo ‘Tobi’ Yang. He didn’t let tiger nation down. His Brig was greatly improved since the times on the NYXL and was an important part of the starting six. He took risks that sometimes paid off and other times didn’t , but he had the guts to do so. He became a solid reliable member of the team that they needed this last season.
It is never easy to see players that the community can grown to love and support over a season be let go. The only hope is that the three that are looking for a team will be able to find a new home for Season 5. There is no doubt that these players contributed their all and sacrificed for the team. Their hard work on and off the screen was how the Dynasty was able to get as far as they did these last two years. Thank you to them all for everything they brought to the team and for all the effort they put in. As always once a tiger, always a tiger!
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