bail called up by South Korean army
The South Korean military has called up another of the country's Counter-Strike veterans as Sung Jae "bail" Lee started serving his two-year bid last week.
Another loss for the South Korean Counter-Strike community ticked in last week, when it was announced that Sung Jae "bail" Lee had been called up to serve his military duty.
This means that Lee will have to cut all ties with the game he has spent the past five years playing professionally, and will only be able to return in July of 2013, which is the year Keun-Chul "solo" Kang will finish his time, too.
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This has brought project_kr down to just three members, but Can Yang, who has acted as manager for the team, informed HLTV.org that despite announcing his retirement from gaming in January, Sun Ho "termi" Pyun has rejoined the team.
Pyun was supposed to serve his military duty upon his decisions to retire, but is yet to be called up, allowing him to once again join up with his former teammates.
projeckt_kr have following four:
Young-Mo "enemy" Ahn
Min Soo "glow" Kim
Sun Ho "termi" Pyun
Bum Gi "peri" Jung
HLTV.org understands that the team is currently looking for a possible fifth member, hoping to find a suitable member before next week.
The South Korean squad finished second in the Asian voting poll for e-Stars Seoul 2011, which, with their past achievements, will likely grant them an invitation.