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|Romanized Name:||Jeon Yong Soo|
|Birth:||April 17, 1989|
|Alternate IDs:||MioWeRRa, Jys, Seo Yeon Ji NyangKoSenSe, MǂDragon, Seex King, BabyDragon, cDragon|
N/A - 2010-10-24
2010-11-30 - 2012-01-16
2012-03-06 - 2012-12-03
2013-01-13 - 2013-04-01
2013-05-18 - Present
Jeon "Dragon" Yong Soo is a Terran player from South Korea who is currently playing for Clarity Gaming. Dragon is a former Brood War player who played under the ID "Mio", which he continued to use in StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty while he was a member of the clan WeRRa.
 Wings of Liberty
Three weeks after WeRRa's dissolution in October 2010, Dragon (under the name "Jys") qualified for the round of 64 in Season 3 of the GSL, showing remarkable play against Season 2 winner NesTea. He was picked up for the SlayerS team shortly thereafter, along with former WeRRa teammate Cella.
For some time, Dragon wasn't able to move into the SlayerS team house due to his work commitments. He stated on stream that he will enter the team house on the 26th of October 2011, but won't be allowed to stream anymore. As of December 2011, Dragon is back home and has resumed streaming again. Destiny has announced a partnership where he will upload VODs of Dragon's stream.
He plays Random at a high Master level on the South Korean server.
On March 6, 2012, it was announced that Dragon had joined team Millenium. On May 3, 2012, Dragon arrived at the Millenium team house to practice there for the months to come. He left the French team on December 3, 2012.
On February 28, 2012, it was announced that Playhem would be sponsoring Dragon at IGN ProLeague Season 4. He played in the open bracket and made it to the round of 16 and was eliminated by GanZi 2-0.
Dragon played in the 2012 Global StarCraft II League Season 2/Preliminaries. He made it to the round of 8 in his group and was eliminated by LosirA 2-1.
Using a smurf account, Seo Yeon Ji, Dragon participated in various online tournaments. In particular, he participated in A1 KotH where he finished 1st in September 2010’s overall ranking. Based on this result, he was invited to play in A1 StarCraft II Tournament #2 which invited top 6 players from KotH and 2 other players.
In the first round of the tournament, he played against TheStC and won. Soon after the match, TheStC wrote in PlayXP that “Seo Yeon Ji used absurd counter build order without scouting. I know that Seo Yeon Ji is MioWerra’s smurf account and MioWerra has been doing stream-cheating online.”
After speaking with TheStC and members of WeRRa, Dragon publicly apologized to TheStC, members of oGs and WeRRa. After Dragon was accused of maphacking, streamcheating and match fixing on PlayXP-forums, he then replied that "he was sorry for what he had done" but didn't go into detail which parts of the allegations were true. Later, when he joined SlayerS, he admitted maphacking when BoxeR asked him about the matter. Furthermore, he stated that he would “never dream of other tournaments, televised matches, or pursue a career as a pro-gamer.”
WeRRa’s clan master, Gundam, and vice clan master, Cella, also apologized publicly and Dragon was expelled from WeRRa. WeRRa disbanded a month later, after another scandal surrounding its clan master Gundam.
After getting expelled from WeRRa, Dragon joined SlayerS clan. He succeeded in qualifying for GSL Season 3 in November 2010 which led to a public outcry. Despite public pressure, GOMTV took no action against him. After getting eliminated by NesTea in the first round, he wrote an apology for breaking his earlier promise. Mr. Chae from GOMTV also released a statement explaining their stance on the matter.
- Enjoys trolling people in different server locations while streaming.
- After each won game, Dragon will thumbs up for the camera and say "SUSSESS!" (Success) while moving his eyebrows up and down.
- His trademark is ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ "EZ!"
- Dragon is also known for saying "I Not Gay" to his viewers due to the numerous amount of people who want to have his babies.
- Was nicknamed "Ladyboy" by his fans.
- Was ranked Number 1 in the world on his SEA server account "NyangKoSenSe" during Season 3.
- Achieved Grandmaster in HotS on a new account "SeexKing" in less than one day with a record of 32-4.
|2012-07-01||EU ZOTAC Cup #113||Dragon 2 : 3 elfi|
|2012-05-09||ESL EU Go4SC2 Cup #195||Dragon 2 : 0 AceR|
|2012-02-18||NA ZOTAC Cup #39||Dragon 0 : 3 Sleep|
- 2012-05-09 | Interview with Millennium soon after moving to France by Millenium
- ↑ DoA (2010-10-23). "Who is Seo Yeon Ji?". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ Tony "ReiKo" Španjol (2009-09-18). "Infernal Gamers acquire Fly.Mio". gosugamers.net.
- ↑ "[SC II OPEN S3] Ro64, Match 1 - NesTea vs Jys" GomTV.net.
- ↑ Waxangel (2010-10-19). "Interview Sony Ericsson GSL Ro64, Day 1". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ Announcement of the VOD cooperation with Destiny
- ↑ Team SlayerS (2012-01-16). "Dragon and Golden left Team SlayerS". facebook.com.
- ↑ SC2dragon (2012-01-29). twitter.com. http://twitter.com/SC2dragon/status/163632455952236548.
- ↑ Millenium (2012-03-06). "Dragon joins Millenium". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ Dragon quitte Millenium. Millenium.org, 3 December 2012. TeamLiquid.net thread
- ↑ "Major StarCraft II Player Moves Including PhoeNix, Dragon, PartinG and Stephano". mymym.com. 2013-01-13.
- ↑ RyanDeSanto (2012-02-28). "Stream PlayhemTV". TeamLiquid.net.
- ↑ WinterTV (2013-05-18). "Clarity Gaming announces Dragon to the team". TeamLiquid.net. Retrieved 2013-05-18.
- ↑ TheStC's post in PlayXP
- ↑ A summation of the allegations and the subsequent apologies
- ↑ Dragon's post in PlayXP
- ↑ Mr. Chae's statement
- ↑ Proof is in this vod, where he constantly checks his rank on sc2ranks and playxp and he eventually claims rank 1 in the world
- ↑ VOD of Dragon achieving Grandmaster on a new account in less than one day