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Jeesun Park, the host of League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK), and Bae “Bang” Junsik, a retired professional LoL player, officially got married on December 10. The joyous occasion took place at Banyan Tree Club & Spa in Seoul, South Korea.

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The two LoL personalities were in a long-term relationship and got engaged in 2022, before tying the knot in 2023.

Bang and Jeesun Park get married in an elegant wedding ceremony

The esports power couple showed photos of their special day on their respective Instagram accounts.

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Jeesun, in particular, shared a heartfelt video featuring her childhood photos and the memorable moment when Bang proposed for marriage.

Previously, she flaunted the diamond engagement ring gifted by Bang on her Instagram account.

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“It’s official! I said yes,” she said on her Instagram story, which included a selfie of her and the retired player.

LCK host Jeesun Park showing off her engagement ring featuring her future husband, Bae "Bang" Junsik
Credit: Jeesun Park

She also dedicated an Instagram post to celebrate the occasion, showing sweet photos of their years together. Fans can spot a couple of airport photos of the two holding hands, and a behind-the-scenes image of Jeesun interviewing Bang during an event.

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Their engagement was first announced on T1’s farewell livestream for Bang and his former teammate, Lee “Wolf” Jaewan.

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Bang is officially retired from professional League of Legends after competing with Afreeca Freecs in the 2021 season.

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Fans will always remember his League of Legends journey with SK Telecom T1 (SKT T1) as the team’s formidable bot laner. He is among the few players who successfully defended their World Championship title with back-to-back wins in 2015 and 2016.

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Jeesun has been a part of the LCK broadcast team since 2018. She started as a translator, and slowly worked her way up to become a host and live producer for the LCK.

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Jang “MaRin” Gyeong-hwan, another former SKT member, joined the married club just a few years ago.

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