|Name:||Jang-Sik Ham (함장식)|
|Country of Birth:||South Korea|
|Birthday:||February 18, 1994|
|Peak League:||Challenger (NA)|
|Peak League:||Challenger (KR)|
|Alternate IDs:|| CJ Entus 장식|
Azubu B Lustboy
제이슨 트란 보조(KR)
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|Overview||Champion Statistics||Match History|
Jang-Sik "Lustboy" Ham (함장식) is the Strategic Coach for Longzhu.
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He started gaming at the age of 5 with Starcraft. He wanted to be unpredictable, never wanting to do the same thing twice. This is one of the reasons he stopped playing Starcraft until Starcraft 2 came out. He never made it big in Starcraft 2 but that is when he heard of League of Legends. While playing, he met Cpt Jack and Helios. All three were eventually recruited into MiG Blaze.
On October 14th, 2015 Lustboy announced his retirement from competitive League of Legends as a player. In this announcement from TSM.gg he states his reasons: “Due to shoulder injuries and being tired of playing, I decided to step down as a player but I’ll still be involved with TSM helping in anyway possible. I will never forget how much fans and everyone treated me kindly, and I appreciate the opportunity given to me by TSM to prove my skills even though I was a foreigner.”
His position as TSM's analyst in the following season means he would be highly involved in the process of creating a new roster for the team after the simulatnous departure of teammates Lucas ‘Santorin’ Larsen and Marcus 'Dyrus' Hill.
- His favorite champions are
- His favorite players are Ambition, Locodoco, Emperor.
- Is Locodoco's favorite player and best friend in professional League
- Known for adapting and being able to pick up champions that fit well in the meta
- Nicknamed the "Carrier".
- Said to be the best
Lulu ever by Scarra. 
- Wants to make Support
Orianna viable for competitions.
- Was once ranked first on KR solo queue ladder.
- When making his name, he wanted to use "Rust" but it was already taken, so he tried 'Lust' but that name was taken as well. He then changed it to "Lustboy" as a dedication for 'Rust' who was his Warcraft 3 Teacher.
- Nicknamed "Lust Cena" for mimicking John Cena's signature move "U Can't See Me" a few times.
- Confirmed to be Catsexual on HyperX's "20 questions" interview.
|2013-12-01||2013 WCG Grand Finals||1st||
||2 : 0|
|2013-06-15||OLYMPUS Champions Spring 2013||2nd||
||0 : 3|
|2013-03-09||IEM Season VII - World Championship||1st||
||3 : 1|
|2013-02-22||OGN Club Masters||4th||
||0 : 3|
|2013-01-18||OLYMPUS Champions Winter 2012-2013||4th||
||0 : 3|
|2013-01-20||IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Katowice||2nd||
||0 : 2|
- September 20th - LoL 2014 World Championship Interview - Lustboy (TSM support) (video) with OGN Global
- September 22nd - True LOL Show .Taiwan EP 2 : 금의환향 스페셜 로고도코 & 러스트보이 1부 (KR)(video) with OnGameNet
- September 22nd - True LOL Show .Taiwan EP 3 : 금의환향 스페셜 로고도코 & 러스트보이 2부 (KR)(video) with OnGameNet
- January 23rd - Korean eSports Weekly : Jang-Shik “Lustboy” Ham LoLStar Interview with Daily eSports
- March 14th - [와드]#4. 우리의 저력을 보여줄 차례다, MiG Blaze with This Is Game
- Lustboy explains the Korean coaching phenomenon and why it didn’t work on TSM by Andrew Kim (slingshotesports.com)
- October 4th - Bjergsen and Lustboy lead TSM over LGD in shocking upset by Frank Fields (lolesports.com)
- October 14th - Lustboy steps down from starting roster to become analyst after 2015 Worlds TSM.gg