DRX Announce The Signing Of Teddy

08 Dec 2023
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Tit Krajnik 08 Dec 2023
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  • On Friday, December 8, 2023, DRX announced the signing of Park "Teddy" Jin-Sung
  • The former Liiv SANDBOX ADC replaces Park "Paduck" Seok-hyeon, who left the team at the start of the month.
  • Teddy is DRX's second new signing ahead of the LCK 2024 season
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Park "Teddy" Jin-Sung
On Friday, December 8, South Korean League of Legends team DRX announced the signing of Park "Teddy" Jin-Sung. The 25-year-old ADC joins the team as the third new addition ahead of the 2024 season, and replacement for Park "Paduck" Seok-hyeon, who returned to DRX Challengers roster.

Teddy joins DRX after spending just one split with Liiv SANDBOX, with who he hasn't accomplished much in the 2023 season. Before joining Liiv SANDBOX for the Summer Split, Teddy was a free agent for the first half of the 2023 season, as he was without a team since being let go from Kwangdong Freecs at the end of the 2022 season.


The Korean ADC is mostly known for his time at T1, who he was a part of since 2018. With T1 (SKT), Teddy has won three LCK titles and made the semifinals of the Mid-Season Invitational and LoL World Championship 2019

However, following a disappointing finish to the 2021 season, when T1 missed out on qualifying for the LoL World Championship for the second year in a row, Teddy parted ways with the team.

A New-Look Roster


With the addition of Teddy, DRX now field three new players ahead of League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) 2024 season. Besides Teddy, DRX also added mid laner Song "SeTab" Kyeong-jin, who joined the team from the DRX Challengers roster.

As it stands now, DRX has a complete roster, and as it seems, DRX won't make any more changes. Top laner Kim "Rascal" Kwang-hee still has one year on his contract, whereas the team fields academy player Bae "Sponge" Young-jun as their jungler and support "Son "Pleata" Min-woo as support.


Both players have been confirmed to be a part of DRX's LCK 2024 lineup in a Twitter post, meaning that DRX are done and ready for the start of the LCK 2024 season in January 2024.