|Name||Yun Han-gil (윤한길)|
|Country of Birth||South Korea|
|Birthday||September 30, 1995 (age 23)|
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Yun "Road" Han-gil (Hangul: 윤한길) is a support for Victory Five. He was previously known as TaRo.
Road joined EDG's new LSPL team EDward Esports in December 25 of 2015 when they were formed to compete in the LSPL. Despite a rocky start to the 2016 LSPL Spring Season, EDward Esports proved to be the most consistent team and finished 1st in the regular season with a 25-5 record. In the 2016 LSPL Spring Playoffs, the team was automatically placed in the final due to their regular season performance. Their opponent was Young Miracles and despite a close series, EDward Esports won 3-2 and qualified for the 2016 LPL Summer Season. EDward Esports was then sold to I May due to LPL rules.
In the 2016 LPL Summer Split, I May finished 3rd in the playoffs and lost to Royal Never Give Up. They did however win the 3rd place match against Team WE. I May qualified as China's #3 seed for the 2016 Season World Championship with a win over Team WE 3-2 in the 2016 Season China Regional Finals. With low expectations, I May had a decent showing and finished 3rd in their group with a 2-4 record. Post-worlds, I May attended the finals of the 2016 Demacia Cup and finished 2nd, losing 0-3 to EDward Gaming.
2017 wasn't that great for I May. Although they achieved a 2nd place finish at 2017 Demacia Cup after a 1-3 loss to RNG in the finals, their domestic LPL results were poor. They finished their regular spring season in 4th place with an 8-8 record. In the playoffs they defeated Qiao Gu Reapers 3-2, however they dropped out in the Quarterfinals with a 2-3 loss to OMG. In the summer split they finished 5th place with a 5-11 record and didn't earn enough Championship Points which meant they missed their chance to attend Worlds again.
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- August 17, LPL Playoffs: The new patch, communication and close series with theScore
- October 1, IMay Road talks upset win vs. Flash Wolves, Worlds chances with The Rift Herald
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- Competitive Ruling: Hankil “Road” Yoon lolesports.com