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|Romanized Name:||Heo Yeong Moo|
|Birth:||May 3, 1989|
2006-03-21 – 2013-08-29
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Heo "JangBi" Yeong Moo is a former StarCraft progamer from South Korea. He played Protoss for Samsung KHAN, and played his first official StarCraft II match during the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2. He is now retired. 
JangBi is the last Brood War OSL champion, thanks to his victory in the 2012 Tving OSL. He defeated Fantasy in the final, a year after they met in the 2011 Jin Air OSL final, where Jangbi also won. He was famous for his High Templar control and great storms. His transition to Starcraft 2 has been gradual, but he has qualified twice for Code A and has been very strong in Proleague.
Wings of Liberty
JangBi made it through the preliminaries of the last 2012 GSL season to secure a spot in Code A. He beat Choya in the final round with a score of 2-0 to advance. In the first round of Code A, he faced Shine, who beat JangBi 2-1, knocking the OSL champion back to Code B.
Heart Of The Swarm
2013 WCS Korea Season 1 GSL
On April 10th, JangBi competed in the 2013 WCS Season 1 Korea GSL Qualifiers, and won his spot for the Challenger League by defeating Snow 2-0 in the final match. In the first round of Challenger League he managed to defeat ByuL 2-1, before losing to MarineKing 0-2 in the second round. JangBi had a second chance to claim a Premier League spot for the following season through his Up&Down group composed of YugiOh, Swagger, Creator and GuMiho. JangBi emerged victorious with a 3-0 record, and secured his place in the 2013 WCS Season 2 Korea OSL Premier League.
2013 WCS Season 2 Korea OSL
In the 2013 WCS Season 2 Korea OSL Premier League round of 32, JangBi was in group E with FanTaSy, KangHo and Life. Winning his first match against KangHo, JangBi went on to lose against FanTaSy in the winners match, and then lose the rematch against KangHo, dropping to Challenger League. Starting in the Round of 32, he defeated Avenge 2-0 and then Leenock 2-0, and got back in Premier League for the incoming 2013 WCS Season 3 Korea GSL
- The name 'JangBi' is a Korean pronunciation of 'Zhang Fei', a military general of Shu Han in Three Kingdoms era of China.
- JangBi was one of the Six Protoss Dragons in Brood War, title which was given to the top six Protoss players that dominated the scene from November 2008 to March 2009.
- Won his first official StarCraft II match against Iris.
- vs Trap on Ohana (2011-2012 Proleague Season 2, Round 3 - STX SouL vs Samsung KHAN) - Incredible micro by JangBi.
- vs Sacsri on Cloud Kingdom (2011-2012 Proleague Season 2, Round 2 - Week 3 Samsung KHAN vs SK Telecom T1) - Very beautiful blink micro by JangBi.
- vs Jaedong on Entombed Valley (2011-2012 Proleague Season 2, Round 3 - Samsung KHAN vs 8th Team) - Well executed microoriented build with dark templar harass and stalker's blink by JangBi.
- 2013-06-06 | 2013 WCS Korea Season 2 Up/Downs Group E Winners by This Is Game
- 2013-04-13 | SPL Season 1 Round 4 Samsung KHAN vs KT Rolster Winner by Daily eSports
- 2013-04-10 | JangBi after winning the WCS CL Qualifier (GSL Code A) by Khaldor
- 2013-04-10 | 2013 WCS Korea Season 1 Challenger League Qualifiers Day 1 Winners by This Is Game
- 2013-01-21 | SPL Season 1 Round 2 KT Rolster vs Samsung KHAN Winner by Daily eSports
- 2013-01-15 | SPL Season 1 Round 2 EG-TL vs Samsung KHAN Winner by Daily eSports
- 2012-12-30 | SPL Season 1 Round 1 Samsung KHAN vs CJ Entus Winner by Daily eSports
- 2012-11-11 | GSL 2012 Season 5 Code A Preliminaries Day 1 Winners by This Is Game
- 2012-08-03 | Interview: JangBi talks OSL Finals, foreign fans "I want the last BW OSL to have amazing games." by Moletrap (trans. )