Koh "GuMiho" Byung Jae is a Terran (formerly Random) player from South Korea, currently playing for MVP.
Starcraft 2 career
GuMiho's first major tournament was the 2010 GSL Open Season 3, where he participated as a Random player, making him the first (and to-date, only) Random player to compete in a GSL. He was eliminated 0-2 in the first round by Monster.
GuMiho next qualified for the GSL for the 2011 July GSL Code A Tournament, at this time playing Terran full-time. He again fell in the first round, this time 1-2 to Ryung. GuMiho qualified for Code A a second time in the GSL October tournament, eventually reaching the semifinals and being promoted to Code S for the first time after succeeding in the Up/Down matches. In his first Code S season, GuMiho would reach the Round of 16 group stage before falling to Code A.
GuMiho notably scored an all-kill in the 2012 Global StarCraft II Team League Season 2 finals for FXO against SlayerS-EG, defeating MMA, Min, CoCa, Ryung and Puzzle in succession to give FXO their first GSTL championship. In the following GSTL season, GuMiho would help FXO to a consecutive championship with a 3-kill in the final.
GuMiho attended his first major international offline event in April at Dreamhack Stockholm, reaching the Round of 8.
- He played Random before switching to Terran full-time.
- His ID Gumiho (alternately, kumiho) is the name of the Korean mystical nine-tailed fox (the Korean equivalent of the Japanese kitsune and the Chinese hui jing.)
- He is the only player, to date, to play as Random in a GSL individual event.
- He was nicknamed "Towel Terran" by Artosis during the GSL August qualifiers because he plays with a towel on his mouse, due to hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating of the hands).
- He is well known for posting on English-language Starcraft websites such as GosuGamers.net.
- He is the only player to have all-killed during a GSTL finals.
- During his game against Zest at the 2014 Proleague Round 4 a part of the booth wall fell inward and hit him on the head. After a short break, he won the game.
|In Premier Tournaments|
|2015-07-05||3 - 4th||HomeStory Cup XI||0 : 3||Rain||$2,500|
|2015-05-09||2nd||2015 DreamHack Open: Tours||1 : 3||PartinG||$5,000|
|2012-02-23||3 - 4th||2012 Global StarCraft II League Season 1: Code S||2 : 3||DongRaeGu||$4,455|
|2011-10-03||3 - 4th||2011 Global StarCraft II League October: Code A||0 : 3||Curious||$740|
|In Major Tournaments|
|2016-03-13||3 - 4th||Ting Open||1 : 4||Rogue||$400|
|2014-11-23||2nd||32 Boys 1 Cup||3 : 4||PartinG||$1,000|
|2012-04-02||4th||IPL Tournament of Champions||0 : 3||HerO||$1,000|
|In Minor Tournaments|
|2016-02-21||2nd||DingIt StarCraft II Invitational Season 2||2 : 3||Blaze||$250|
|2015-04-25||1st||OlimoLeague April||4 : 2||Solar||$250|
|2015-04-09||1st||OlimoLeague #27||3 : 1||Alicia||$75|
|2015-03-07||1st||OlimoLeague #23||3 : 2||TRUE||$75|
|2014-12-20||1st||SC2SEA OSC Championship 2||2 : 1||Solar||$814|
|2014-12-18||1st||OlimoLeague #15||3 : 2||SuperNova||$50|
|2014-12-13||1st||OlimoLeague November||4 : 2||Solar||$250|
|In Premier Team Leagues|