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Background Information
Name: Han Wang-ho (한왕호)
Country of Birth: South Korea South Korea
Birthday: February 3, 1998 (1998-02-03) (age 19)
Team: SK Telecom T1
Role: Jungler Icon.png Jungler
League Information
Most Played:
Peak League: ChallengerTier.png Challenger (KR)
Alternate IDs: SKT T1 Peanut
화창한 날씨
Statistics: BestGG.png
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Team History
Dec 2014 - Dec 2015
NaJin e-mFire
Jan 2016 - Nov 2016
ROX Tigers
Nov 2016 - Present
SK Telecom T1
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Overview   Champion Statistics   Match History    

Han "Peanut" Wang-ho (한왕호) is the Jungler Icon.png Jungler for SK Telecom T1.


Season 5

Peanut was a Substitute Jungler of NaJin e-mFire in 2015. In the Spring Split of the LCK, they were unable to make playoffs, finishing 6th in the regular season with a 5-9 record. In the Summer Split, they finished 5th with an 11-7 record and were able to qualify for playoffs. But they were swiftly defeated in the first round (1-2) by the KOO Tigers. Peanut would then leave the team in December of 2015 to join the ROX Tigers.

Season 6

Entering the Spring Split of the 2016 LCK, ROX finished 1st in the regular season with a 16-2 record. Being a favorite to win the playoffs due to SKT earlier on, ROX faced off against them in the Finals. In a crushing loss, they were defeated (1-3) and failed to qualify for the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational. In the regular season of the summer split, they were once again able to finish 1st with a 15-3 record. This time around, their opponent in the final wasn't SK Telecom, it was KT Rolster. In a very close series that became a classic, ROX was able to win it (3-2) and capture their first LCK title since they were formed. Qualifying for the 2016 World Championship as Korea's first seed, ROX was placed in Group A along with G2 Esports, Counter Logic Gaming and Albus NoX Luna.

At Worlds, Peanut made it out of the group stage as #1 seed after winning over Albus NoX Luna in their tiebreaker match. They were then seeded against EDward Gaming in the Quarterfinals and defeated the Chinese team. In the Semifinals, however, they faced their LCK rival SK Telecom T1 and lost, ending their run at 3rd-4th place.

In the 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup, they met SKT again in the Semifinals but this time, it was Peanut and team who came out victorious. They then beat Kongdoo Monster in the Finals and won the cup. This, however, is Peanut's last tournament with the team. On November 24th, ROX announced his and his teammates' free agency. The next day, it was confirmed that Peanut has officially left the team. On November 30th, it was announced that he has joined SKT as one of the Junglers alongside Blank.


  • Peanut reported on his Twitch stream that he is 170cm tall

Current Statistics

2017 LCK Spring Playoffs

SK Telecom T1

Lee Sin
2 2 0 100% 8 3 17 8.3 290 4.3

1 1 0 100% 11 1 9 20 174 5.9
T 3 3 0 100% 19 4 26 11.3 464 4.8
For More Champion Statistics CLICK HERE


Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2017-04-22 Ogn logo.png 2017 LCK Spring A11st
3 : 0

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2016-11-19 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup.png 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup A11st
3 : 1
2016-10-21 Worlds Logosmall.png 2016 World Championship A33 - 4th
2 : 3
2016-08-20 Ogn logo.png 2016 LCK Summer A11st
3 : 2
2016-04-23 Ogn logo.png 2016 LCK Spring A22nd
1 : 3

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2015-08-13 Ogn logo.png 2015 LCK Summer A55th
11 - 7 Groups/RR
2015-08-11 Challenger Korea Logo.png 2015 Challengers Korea Summer A33rd
1 : 3
2015-04-11 Ogn logo.png 2015 LCK Spring A66th
5 - 9 Groups/RR

Individual Awards
Date Event Award Team
2017-04-22 Ogn logo.png 2017 LCK Spring • Final MVP
• KDA Leader (Jungle)

2016-04-23 Ogn logo.png 2016 LCK Spring • KDA Leader (Jungle)


Other Contents


  • 2017 LCK Spring

  • 2016 LCK Summer

  • 2016 LCK Spring

  • 2015 LCK Summer

  • 2015 LCK Spring


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