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|Romanized Name:||Kim Min Chul|
|Birth:||December 10, 1991|
|WCS Rank (Points):||#1 (1600 points)|
To read about Soulkey's StarCraft: Brood War career, see Neo.G_Soulkey.
Kim "Soulkey" Min Chul, also known as "Neo.G_Soulkey", is a StarCraft progamer from South Korea, and is currently a member of the Woongjin Stars. Soulkey played his first official StarCraft II match during the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2.
Soulkey earned fame in 2010 as he achieved an impressive wins streak in the KeSPA Dream League 09–10, with a total record of 13–4. He also all-killed STX SouL in the 2009/10 Shinhan Proleague Winners League Play-Off match.
 Wings of Liberty
Soulkey played his first official StarCraft II match during the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2. Soulkey was one of the eight KeSPA-affiliated players to be sent to the KeSPA exhibition match at the 2012 MLG Spring Championship.
 OnGameNet Star II League
 2012 OSL KeSPA Preliminaries
On July 19, 2012, Soulkey participated in the 2012 OSL KeSPA Preliminaries. Soulkey received a BYE in round one and then took down Acacia, Sea, and faced Shuttle in the finals. After taking down Shuttle by a score of 2:1, Soulkey advanced in to the 2012 OSL KeSPA Dual Tournament. He ended his OSL run by going 0-2 in the KeSPA Dual Tournament, losing to both Rain and INnoVation.
 Global StarCraft II League
SoulKey was seeded into Code S of the 2012 GSL Season 5. He lost his first match against HerO, but managed to beat Maru in the losers' match and HerO in the final match to advance to the next round. In his Ro16 group, he defeated defending champion Life twice with a combined 4-0 record, advancing to the playoffs and securing a Code S spot for the next season. In the round of 8, he was defeated 3-0 by Innovation.
In the 2013 GSL Season 1 he proceeded to win his Ro32 group without dropping a map to Noblesse and TaeJa, thus advancing him to Ro16. There he defeated Marineking and Squirtle with 2-1 records to reach the playoffs for the second season in a row. However, he was stopped again in the Ro8, this time with a 3-2 loss to TaeJa.
- Lost his first official SC2 match against Trap.
|2012-06-10||2012 MLG KeSPA Exhibition Tournament||Soulkey 0 : 2 Flash|
- 2013-05-22 | 2013 WCS Korea Season 1 Code S Semi-finals Day 1 Winner by This Is Game
- 2013-02-09 | 2013 GSL Season 1 Code S Ro16 Group B Winners by This Is Game
- 2013-01-31 | 2013 GSL Season 1 Code S Ro32 Group G Winners by This Is Game
- 2012-12-21 | SPL Season 1 Round 1 Woongjin Stars vs SK Telecom T1 Winner by Daily eSports
- 2012-11-16 | GSL 2012 Season 5 Code S Ro16 Group D Winners by This Is Game
- 2012-10-31 | GSL 2012 Season 5 Code S Ro32 Group C Winners by This Is Game
- 2012-08-16 | WCS Korea 2012 Losers' Round 1 Day 2 Winners by This Is Game at WCS Korea 2012
- 2012-07-24 | WCS Korea 2012 Qualifiers Day 2 by This Is Game at WCS Korea 2012
- 2012-07-14 | OSL KeSPA Preliminaries by This Is Game
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Media Day: SK Planet Proleague Season 2". TeamLiquid.net. May 10th 2012.
- ↑ KeSPA Dream League 09–10. TeamLiquid.net. May 6th 2010.
- ↑ http://www.majorleaguegaming.com/news/and-the-mlg-spring-championships-8-kespa-players-are And the MLG Spring Championship's 8 KeSPA Players Are.. June 9th, 2012
- ↑ Baby and Soulkey seeded into Code S