Yellow.... Hong Jin Ho, I remember the days when I'd watch the games with my dad. I'll miss those glory days. KKong, I'll miss you, Yellow, Storm Zerg. Hong Jin Ho D= I wanted one more LimJinRok Reach better still be active for awhile longer.
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Release United States. June 16 2011 05:01. Posts 3973
On June 16 2011 03:21 Liquid`Nazgul wrote: I feel like an alien in this thread but I'm happy about this.
Nothing hurts more than seeing alltime greats taking place on the bench or playing and looking like they don't belong on the field. His legacy is too big for that.
Very good point. You should always leave them wanting more.
I agree with Nazgul. He retired on a high note. Ending his career in ACE with epic games, and rejoined KT just in time to experience winning the PL Grand Final.
Yellow had achieved everything there is to achieve, with the exception of a gold.
Retiring is the right decision, especially as he is still in the 20s.
Prior to the match fixing scandal, the primary thought that consumed me when Savior was sent out only to lose to no namers was "he should have retired instead of tainting his own legacy".
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This is truly a sad day in the history of Starcraft. The legacy of the Storm Zerg has always been the progaming story that interested me the most. He was legend, an handsome man with such a professional and enjoyable attitude. I wish him luck in his future endeavors, and I will always remember [NC]..YellOw. Goodbye Hong Jin Ho.
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FlaShFTW United States. June 16 2011 05:27. Posts 4962
One of the greatest ever, certainly far and away the greatest player to never win a title. He's in the second level of greatest players of all time (below the bonjwas + leesang and bisu) and in the first level of most important/influential players to pro BW. I hope someone who's watched him since the beginning does a writeup that does him justice. He's one of the reasons SC2 is possible today, and why Boxer is who he is.