Dailygame's post translation:
European pro-gaming team H2k gaming has announced that Son Seok-hee will soon be joining the training room in Berlin, Germany, as he joins the team's League of Legends roster as an assistant coach.
Son Seok-hee made his debut as a StarCraft pro gamer in Samsung Galaxy in 2008. He continued his career joining Air Force Ace in 2010. Since then, he has turned to Starcraft 2, and has been a member of overseas teams LighT eSports and mYinsanity.
In June 2013, he won the DreamHack Open Summer Championship, defeating Jaedong, and in 2014 he played well in the WCS season 2, winning WCS Europe.
H2k Gaming LoL team has two Korean players - 'Nuclear' and 'Chei' - in their roster. Current head coach is Neil 'pr0lly' Hammad.
Official H2k Statement: (https://www.facebook.com/H2kGaming.EU/photos/a.183644981651949.50740.149554815060966/1681925931823839/?type=3&theater):
Today, we are delighted to announce a new addition to the H2K Family - assistant coach Son Seok 'Stardust' Hee. Starting in Brood War and transitioning to StarCraft II, the South Korean is a very familiar face in Esports and possesses a wealth of international tournament experience under his belt which will add a tremendous amount of value to the team working with the starting roster and in his cooperation with head coach pr0lly.
As an active part of the H2K support system, Stardust's unique competitive experience in the west will ease the transition of Nuclear and Chei not only to the EU LCS, but also Europe as a region.
Stardust will be joining the team's base of operations in Berlin, Germany.