|Name||Yoon Ha-woon (윤하운)|
|Country of Birth||South Korea|
|Birthday||November 16, 1991 (age 27)|
|Previous Role(s)||Top Laner|
|Soloqueue IDs||Luise, Unnamed PC II, KT MarkNooN, CJ Entus 마크눈, douyuTVMakNooN, 3년만의휴식|
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Yoon "MakNooN" Ha-woon (Hangul: 윤하운) is a coach for bbq Olivers.
MakNooN first played for a team called Extreme Dive Gaming in 2011 and 2012, before joining NaJin e-mFire as their toplaner in February 2012. Along with HooN, MOKUZA, viNylCat, and Hiro, MakNooN played in the Champions Spring 2012. The team made it out of the group stage but lost in the quarterfinals of the playoffs to MiG Frost. When NaJin split into two sister teams in June 2012, MakNooN joined NaJin Sword to play in Champions Summer; this time, his team finished in third place, beating Azubu Blaze in the third-place match.
In June 2012, MakNooN was invited to play at the Riot World Invitational, along with Snoopeh, Misaya, MiSTakE, and Elementz. That team played against a team of Rioters in a best-of-three show match. The World team won 2-0.
At the regional finals, NaJin Sword had the fourth seed but were able to beat Incredible Miracle, Xenics Storm, and Azubu Blaze to qualify for the Season 2 World Championship. MakNooN was one of the fan favorite players, known for his extremely aggressive playstyle and tendency to tower dive. NaJin Sword advanced to the bracket stage but then lost to eventual tournament winners Taipei Assassins in the quarterfinals.
Najin Sword won Champions Winter 2012-2013, and MakNooN was named MVP of the tournament, but after a quarterfinal elimination in Champions Spring, MakNooN left the team in May 2013 and joined KT Rolster A, later renamed to KT Rolster Arrows. He was replaced on Sword by Expession. KT A did not qualify for Champions Summer.
In October 2013, MakNooN left the KT Arrows to join CJ Entus Frost, switching from toplane to midlane and replacing Rapidstar. With CJ Frost, he placed second at IEM Singapore but only advanced to the quarterfinals of Champions Winter. On January 28, MakNooN left CJ Frost, along with Cpt Jack, Helios, and Ganked by Mom.
MakNooN briefly coached paiN Gaming from May to June 2014.
On October 23, 2014 it was officially announced that MakNooN would be the toplaner for Team Fusion, a team formed to play in the North American Expansion tournament. The team qualified for the tournament via the ranked 5's ladder with substitute player Bee Sin filling in for MakNooN before he arrived in the United States from Korea.
Team Fusion won their first-round match against Team Confusion due to a forfeit from Confusion, and then defeated Enemy eSports 2-0 in the second round, with MakNooN famously playing Poppy in both games and drawing pressure to his lane. In the offline tournament, Team Fusion narrowly beat Final Five 3-2 after losing the first two games. They then lost to Curse Academy 3-1 and were knocked down to the loser's bracket to face Team Coast. This time, Fusion got ahead 2-0 but then ultimately lost the series and did not qualify for the LCS.
- His favorite champions are Nidalee, Irelia, and Malphite, especially his impressive Nidalee performance which is being called "Makdalee" among Koreans.
- First English learned on NA server was "WTF".
- Had three accounts in the top 25 during season 1(MakNoon, Luise, and Unnamed PC II).
- Was ranked number 1 in Warhammer 40k.
- Has a rivalry with Locodoco.
- To get Chauster back for coming up with the name "Maknoob", Maknoon decided to learn English.
- Is highly proficient in both top and mid, with a huge repertoire of champions.
- Known for playing champions that were considered underpowered or underplayed in solo queue during Season 1, such as LeBlanc and Pantheon.
- Represented Korea at the Riot World Invitational held in Las Vegas.
- His parents began to support his gaming career after he beat MiG Frost (later Azubu Frost, now CJ Entus Frost) to become the Korean representative for WCG 2011 League of Legends. Before that, they were quite opposed to his dream of becoming a professional gamer.
- His future goal is to travel the world after he retires as a pro gamer.
- MVP at OLYMPUS Champions Winter 2012-2013, $ 9,195 award.
- Is known for his trolling playstyle at the Riot World Invitational held in Las Vegas.
- MakNooN means "The Last smile with eyes" in Korean.
- Became famous for his Poppy and Sion after joining Team Fusion.
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- July 8 - Interview with Maknoon: "I am getting countless amount of offers from teams" with Paravine
- November 4 - Inside the Reactor 1 – MakNooN with Team Fusion
- December 12 - Maknoon considers their first match and creating a Korean army (video) with onGamers
- December 12 - NA Expansion: MakNooN "will see my secret weapon Poppy some day" (video) with SK Gaming
- January 13 - Korean News Weekly: OGN Winter Winner’s Interview – MakNooN Korean with This Is Game
- February 4 - Najin Sword Maknoon AMA with Reddit
- February 12 - AMA with MaKNooN (Korean) (English Translation) with Inven.co.kr
- October 18 - Interview with new Mid Laner "Maknoon" for CJ Frost (Reddit Translation) with Inven.co.kr
- November 30 - Interview with Maknoon on IEM Singapore 2013) with ESL.TV
- March 15 - 경기에 '색'을 칠하는 다섯 남자, 나진 e-엠파이어 (Korean) with This Is Game
- June 9 - "When others were learning ABC, I learned ‘WTF’" - MakNoon, an interview. with Reign of Gaming
- September 24 - Najin Sword MakNooN AMA with Reddit
- October 4 - Najin Sword Maknoon - Pre World Playoffs Interview (video) with State of the League
- November 2 - MLG Dallas - Pluto Interviews Maknoon (video) with Reign of Gaming
- November 2 - MakNooN talks about kicking CLG NA's A-- at MLG Dallas with Gamespot
- November 3 - MakNooN talks about beating TSM on Day 2 at MLG Dallas (video) with Gamespot
- November 3 - Pro Pass: MakNooN Interview at MLG Dallas (video) with ESFI World
- November 4 - Najin Sword Maknoon interviewed at MLG Fall Championships (video) with CyberSportsNetwork
- December 11 - [Ongamenet Global] Maknoon(막눈)_interview (video) with OnGameNet Global
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