Kongdoo Monster

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Kongdoo Monster
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LOCATION: South Korea South Korea
COACHES: Jang "MC" Min-chul (장민철)
Lee "Zefa" Jae-min (이재민)
Kongdoo Company AK Racing
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CREATED: 2016-02-19

Kongdoo Monster is a Korean a professional gaming organization based in South Korea. The team is formerly known as e-mFire.


Due to a poor showing in the 2015 LCK Summer, NaJin e-mFire released all its players. Prior to the beginning of the 2016 LCK Spring Split, it was announced that e-mFire will still play their slot but without the sponsorship from Najin.

Season 6
After the first round of 2016 LCK Summer Split, it was announced that e-mFire will be playing under a new sponsorship for the second round, thus the rename of the team to Kongdoo Monster. Spring was a tough time for the team and the players. They ended the split at 1-17 dropping them down to Challengers. With almost all of the original roster sticking together, the team dominated the Challenger scene and they qualified for the promotion tournament. They were able to regain their LCK spot by beating CJ Entus (2-0) and Ever (3-1).

The team's Head Coach ViNylCat left the team so they fielded former StarCraft2 pro Jang "MC" Min-chul as their Head Coach going into the 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup. Fortunately, the departure of their previous Coach did not affect the team as they have shown the same strength in the Challengers during the KeSPA tournament. They were able to beat KT Rolster (2-1) and Ever (2-0) before dropping to ROX Tigers (1-3) in the Finals, ending their run at 2nd place but winning them a spot at IEM XI Gyeonggi.

At IEM, the team made it as far as 2nd place by beating Dark Passage and GIANTS! Gaming in the Group Stage and Immortals in the Semifinals. They, however, lost to Samsung Galaxy in the Finals.

In the off season, Kongdoo exempt themselves from roster changes. Although they added former SBENU Sonicboom Support, Secret, to their roster, they are still planning to field the same starting five for 2017 Spring, including Roach, Punch, Edge, Ssol and GuGer.


  • February 16th, Kongdoo sponsors e-mFire. Team name becomes Kongdoo Monster.[4]
  • May 25th, Punch joins.[5]
  • June 27th, Zefa joins as Coach.[6]
  • October 20th, Hipo and Crush leave.[7]
  • October 25th, ViNylCat leaves.[8]
  • November 2nd, Jang Min-chul joins as Coach.[9]

To read about e-mFire history , click here.

Team Roster

ID Name Contract
Top Laner South Korea Roach Kim Kang-hee (김강희) 11/20/2017
Jungler South Korea Punch Son Min-hyeok (손민혁) 11/20/2017
Mid Laner South Korea Edge Lee Ho-seong (이호성) 11/20/2017
AD Carry South Korea Ssol Seo Jin-sol (서진솔) 11/20/2017
Support South Korea GuGer Kim Do-yeop (김도옆) 11/20/2017
Support South Korea Secret Park Ki-sun (박기선) Signed

ID Name Next Team
Jungler South Korea Wilder Jeong Jin-woo (정진우)
Top Laner South Korea Hipo Seok Hyeok-jun (석현존)
Jungler South Korea Crush Kim Joon-seo (김준서)


ID Name Position
South Korea MC Jang Min-chul (장민철) Head Coach
South Korea Zefa Lee Jae-min (이재민) Coach

ID Name Position Next Team
South Korea Kim Mok-kyoung (김목경) Coach
South Korea Zefa Lee Jae-min (이재민) Coach
South Korea ViNylCat Chae Woo-cheul (채우철) Head Coach
CJ Entus

Team Achievements

2017 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-08-25 Challenger Korea Logo.png 2nd 2017 Challengers Korea Summer Playoffs 2 : 3
CJ Entus
12,000,000 KRW
2017-08-14 Challenger Korea Logo.png 2nd 2017 Challengers Korea Summer Split 10 - 4 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2017-04-29 Ogn logo.png NQ 2017 LCK Summer Promotion 1 : 3
Ever8 Winners
2017-04-02 Ogn logo.png 10th 2017 LCK Spring Split 3 - 15 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) 10,000,000 KRW
2017-02-23 Esltumbnail.png 7 - 8th IEM XI World Championship 1 : 2
G2 Esports
3,000 USD

2016 Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2016-12-18 Esltumbnail.png 2nd IEM XI Gyeonggi 1 : 3
Samsung Galaxy
20,000 USD
2016-11-19 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup.png 2nd 2016 LoL KeSPA Cup 1 : 3
ROX Tigers
20,000,000 KRW
2016-08-25 Ogn logo.png Q 2017 LCK Spring Promotion 3 : 1
2016-08-13 Challenger Korea Logo.png 1st 2016 LoL Challengers Korea Summer Playoffs 3 : 1
SBENU Sonicboom
20,000,000 KRW
2016-07-25 Challenger Korea Logo.png 2nd 2016 LoL Challengers Korea Summer Split 5 - 2 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L)
2016-04-29 Ogn logo.png NQ 2016 LCK Summer Promotion 1 : 3
Team MVP
2016-04-09 Ogn logo.png 10th 2016 LCK Spring 1 - 17 Group Stage/Round Robin (W-L) 10,000,000 KRW


Other Contents


  • 2017 LCK Spring
  • 2016 LCK Spring


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