The Korean Esports Association (KeSPA) unveiled a formidable lineup of eight key analysts for the upcoming Hangzhou Asian Games. This expert team will be pivotal in orchestrating South Korea's esports dominance on the grand international stage. Among them, Kim “Khan” Dong-ha and Lee “Zefa” Jae-min are set to rejoin forces with the renowned Kim “kkOma” Jeong-gyun, offering their collective might to the national esports squad.
For PUBG Mobile, Kim “Missile” Joon-soo and Han "ZZP" Jeong-wook will join, for Street Fighter V, Seo Jin-woo and Cho Joon-ho, and for FIFA Online 4, Park Gi-hong and Park Chan-hwa will aid the national team’s journey.
Khan had been a player under the guidance of kkOma in SKT T1 (2019) and in DWG KIA (2021) and won the LCK championship in all the seasons together. They also finished as the runners-up at MSI 2021 and Worlds 2021.
Zefa also spent the 2019 season in SKT T1 as a coach and served in DWG KIA in 2022, when kkOma was the director of the team. Zefa even has experience in the Asian Games as he coached the LoL team in the Zakarta-Palembang Asian Games, when esports was a demonstration event.