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|Coaches:||Son "SONJJANG" Seung Wan|
Won "Ryu" Ryu
|Manager:||Lee Jae Kyun|
|Team Captain:||Lee "Light" Jae Ho|
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Woongjin Stars was a Korean professional StarCraft: Brood War and StarCraft II team.
Brood War era
- To read about Woongjin Stars' Brood War history, click here.
- May 18th, Woongjin Stars hires the former SlayerS coach, Won "Ryu" Ryu.
- May, Woongjin Stars enter the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2.
- April 4, BisAnG is removed of the roster for the 2012-2013 Proleague Round 4, whilst Organ (formerly known as Airforce ACE's PianO) and KassiA join.
- June 22, Woongjin Stars secures their first Proleague Grand Final since February 26th, 2005
- September 17th, Light and Flying retire.
- October 1st, Woongjin Stars released 7 players for the upcoming season being, Aria, BrAvO, free, Hanbin, Organ and ZerO, while Mekia joins Axiom.  
- December 13th, sOs leaves Woongjin Stars to join Jin Air Green Wings.
- December 13th, Soulkey leaves Woongjin Stars to join SK Telecom T1.
- December 13th, the team disbands.
|HammEr||Hong Jin Pyo|
|KassiA||Kim Han Saem||Prime|
|Swift||Kim Dong Ju|
|Soulkey||Kim Min Chul||SK Telecom T1|
|sOs||Kim Yoo Jin||Jin Air Green Wings|
|Aria||Song Gwang Ho|
|BisAnG||Yoon Ji Yong|
|BrAvO||Noh Joon Kyu||SK Telecom T1|
|Flying||Shin Jae Wook|
|free||Yoon Yong Tae|
|Hanbin||Jo Han Bin|
|Light||Lee Jae Ho|
|Mekia||Kim Joon Hyuk||Axiom|
|Organ||Lim Jin Mook|
|Shout||Seo Hyun Soo|
|Woon||Kim Sung Woon|
|ZerO||Kim Myung Woon|
|Lee Jae Kyun||Head Coach|
|Son Seung Wan||Coach|
For Woongjin Stars' Brood War results, click here.
|2013-08-03||2012-2013 Proleague||2 : 4|
- 2013-10-16 | Coach Lee, Jae Kyun: After recruiting, we will participate in Proleague. We will do our best in the given condition. by inven.co.kr
- 2013-06-09 | Woongjin coach Won Ryu: sOs is a 'casual' player by playsc.com
- 2013-02-16 | SPL Season 1 Round 3 Woongjin Stars vs KT Rolster Winner by Daily eSports
- Won first official SC2 series against STX SouL.
- ↑ Woongjin hires former Slayers coach Ryu Won
- ↑ Proleague Round 4 Roster Changes esports.dailygame.co.kr 4/4/2013.
- ↑ Waxangel (2013-09-17). "Light and Flying retire". teamliquid.net.
- ↑ Woongjin releases six players esports.dailygame.co.kr
- ↑ . http://axiomesports.com/articles/news/axiom-esports/39/Introducing-Ax.Impact.
- ↑ sOs and Maru join Jin Air Green Wings
- ↑ Soulkey join SK Telecom T1
- ↑ Woongjin Stars disbands