Song Byung Hak
Terious, BumbleBeePrime, TeriousPrime, TeriuSPrime, TeriuSfOu, TeriuS, ZephyrPrime
Song "Quiet" Byung Hak is a formerly retired Zerg player from South Korea, who is currently teamless.
He was previously known as "Terius" and "BumbleBee".
Wings of Liberty
Global StarCraft II League
GSL Open Seasons
In 2010 Quiet qualified for the 2010 Sony Ericsson Starcraft II Open Season 2. He passed the Round of 64 by defeating Polt 2-1 but was knocked out in the Round of 32 2-1 by Loner.
In 2011 Quiet qualified for the GSL January Code A but was knocked out in the Round of 32 2-1 by Squirtle
He tried to qualify for the next GSL tournaments, his closest attempt was in September where he made it to the Ro 4 of the GSL October Preliminaries where he lost 2-1 to AcE.
In 2012 he managed to qualify once again to Code A for the 2012 Global StarCraft II League Season 1. His opponent in the Round of 48 was HuK, who he managed to beat 2-1, securing Code A for the next season. Quiet lost 2-1 to Avenge in the Round of 32 and will have to qualify for Code S through the Up&Down Matches.
Global StarCraft II Team League
In 2011 Quiet made his debut for the team Prime in the 2011 GSTL Season 1 Group A in the match vs SlayerS. He managed to defeat Ryung in the 6th set and led his team to the win.
He also played in the 2011 GSTL Season 1 Playoff 3 in the match vs Team SCV Life where he lost to JYP in the 1st set.
Quiet was send to play in the 2011 GSTL Season 1 Grand Final in the match vs MvP where he lost to Noblesse in the 3rd set.
Quiet was sent out in in the 2012 GSTL Season 3: Round 2 in the 7th set vs Fnatic where he beat aLive to close out the set and win 5-2 for Prime. He was named MVP of the match.
Heart of the Swarm
Return to SC2
After a period of time away from SC2, Quiet returned to the professional scene, getting signed to Team MVP.
- On IPLTV DoA has said that Quiet is often a valuable practice partner for players in Korea.
- Quiet took part in the YellOw's PROJECT A Show.
- Was the first player ever to go 0-5 in the GSL Up and Down matches.