Longzhu Khan, “Group B as the easiest group? I think there’s no such thing”



Khan from Longzhu Gaming who was the protagonist of this Summer Split, showed his determination about making good results in the World Championship. Below is the video and full text of the interview at the Incheon Airport on October 2nd.


Q. You look tired than usual. How is your condition?

I feel fine but I couldn’t grab much sleep because I was so nervous. It is also the morning so that’s why I might look a bit lost.

Q. You look really tired actually… are you okay?

Yes. I’m okay. Still living (laughs).

Q. It is your first time heading to Worlds. How do you feel?

I am happy I get the opportunity to perform at such a big stage. I am proud and I’m not going to lie that I am enjoying myself.

Q. Are you satisfied with the group placements? Your teammates all say it is perfect.

I don’t know if it is perfect. There is not necessarily an easy group and I’m just glad we don’t have to face another Korean team yet.

Q. You originally lived in China for a bit. Do you like eating Chinese food?

As long as it doesn’t have any strong spices, I don’t tend to stray away from most foods. I usually eat almost everything so I don’t think there will be any problems for me regarding food.

Q. It is almost Chuseok break. Did you go to Jeju to visit your family?

Sadly no. I decided I can’t go to Jeju till the World Championships is over. I haven’t been to Jeju in almost 4-5 months. I haven’t been since the start of the season, but hopefully I’ll go to Jeju with some good results after Worlds.

Q. Lastly, can you say some final words to your fans?

The chances our team would make it to Worlds was a needle in a haystack but we made it through. As a team representing Korea, I want to continue producing great results. I hope everyone has a good Chuseok break and thank you.


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