LCK team Nongshim RedForce (NS Redforce) welcomes Jang “Ghost” Yong-jun as their ADC for their 2022 League of Legends roster.
In a tweet on the 25th of November, 2021, NS Redforce said, “We are happy to announce that Ghost has joined NS RedForce! Please give him a warm welcome as he completes our roster for the 2022 season.”
This transfer follows the most recent controversy between DWG KIA and NS RedForce with many issues being brought to light by both parties. Thankfully, however, the two organizations have since cleared up all miscommunication issues and the transfer issues were resolved.
The translation of the statement reads, “We will give an opinion on the issue of Stob League regarding the recent negotiations between Damwon Kia and Nongsim Red Force, ‘Ghost’ Jang Yongjun Jang during Stob League. Both teams have resolved misunderstandings through direct conversation regarding communication issues that occurred during the previous negotiations.
Nongshim Red Force has officially apologized to ‘Ghost’ Jang Yongjun Jang through Damwon Kia team for the part that caused the player’s emotional difficulties in this process. He also apologized for causing confusion by using unnecessary expressions like ‘high-jacking.
I am very pleased that I have put my heart in the LCK league to all those who spare the LCK league, both teams will do their best to create a more cooperative league culture.”
Upon the announcement of his transfer, DWG Kia released a heartwarming farewell post, wishing him all the best in his new ventures and thanking him for his contributions to DWG Kia’s victories.
The translation reads, “Hello, this is Damwon Kia Office. ‘Ghost’ player Jang Yongjun Jang, who won the 2020 World Cup with Damwon Kia, won the LCK 3rd round and the 2021 World Cup runner-up has been transferred to Nongsim Red Force. Damwon Kia will remember all the moments he spent with Jang Yongjun, and I hope that Jang Yong-jun’s journey will be filled with happiness. I will cheer for Jang Yongjun to win a great victory in the Nongsim Red Force.
Thank you. DWG KIA announces Jang ‘Ghost’ Yong-jun is headed to Nongshim RedForce. He has contributed to the victory of WORLDS 2020, three LCK titles, and WORLDS 2021 runner-up.
DWG KIA will remember every moment that we have had with Ghost. We wish him all the best in whatever he does. We hope that Ghost can play his best with Nongshim RedForce.
With the finalization of several superstar transfers in the LCK region, it’s safe to say that the LCK is planning on taking the world by storm once more come 2022.