Live Sandbox beat DRX 2-1 in the first round of the 2023 League of Legends Champions Korea Spring held at Gran Seoul LCK Arena in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 10th. With this victory, Liv Sandbox continued its good momentum by stepping on the 6-win high with one game left in the first round. Myeong-jun “Envy” Lee showed impressive performances in lane and teamfights.
In an interview after the match, Myung-jun Lee of ‘Envy’ first conveyed his feelings about the victory, saying, “I am even more happy to win against DRX, which has coach Mok-kyung Kim, who was on the same team last year, and Dong-beom ‘Crocco’ Kim.”
On this day, Liv Sandbox played a difficult game, giving away a set. In the 3rd set in a 1-1 tie situation, Liv Sandbox played a bottom-centered game by choosing a Lucian-Sona combination. In the end, he punished the opponent who took Nami from the line battle and laid the foundation for victory. Regarding the composition of Nami being taken away, Lee Myung-jun confessed that it was not a composition he practiced a lot. 메이저놀이터
He explained, “In fact, it’s not a composition that I practiced a lot because the opponent doesn’t often steal Nami. I didn’t prepare much, but the results came out well.” He went on to add that “I thought 2 vs. 2 was advantageous, but the result came out just as I thought.”
After finishing 8 out of 9 matches in the 1st round, the next opponent in Liv Sandbox is T1. T1 is currently evaluated as one of the strongest teams in the league, so it is expected that it will be a difficult match for Liv Sandbox. Lee Myung-jun said, “A patch is in progress that changes many parts, and the opponent is a strong team.” “I think that if we prepare well and fix the mistakes, good enough results will come out, so we will prepare hard and well.”
Lastly, he did not forget to thank his sponsor as much as he won the ‘Bank Derby’. In addition to saying, “I want to say thank you to Kookmin Bank for sponsoring us,” he ended the interview by leaving a comment to the fans, “I hope they continue to support us.”