A year ago, he was nobody. Soon, the name Khan name will echo across China. The South Korean top laner got his start in his home country in 2013, but soon left to play in China. After three years there without much success, he returned to South Korea to play for Longzhu Gaming in the 2017 LCK Summer Split.
He wasted no time becoming the most dominant top laner in the region. He’s beyond aggressive, but unlike many players, his aggression almost never backfires. He refuses to play tanks, but that's allowed when he goes 10-1 on Jayce and 5-0 on Jax during the regular season. At the 2017 World Championship, he’ll have a chance to get back at every team that overlooked him.