Secret Domestic Career
Park “Secret” Ki-sun began his LoL career on Prime Clan. Together with his teammates, he attended the 2015 SBENU Champions Promotion and took down Xenics to qualify for the big league. Shortly thereafter, the entire roster was acquired by SBENU and adopted the name of SBENU Sonicboom.
SBENU Sonicboom went through a lot of hardships in 2015 SBENU Champions Summer. With a 1-17 record, they finished the regular season dead-last and found themselves in the 2016 LCK Spring Promotion. There, they defeated ESC Ever 3-1 to hold on to their slot. During this time, Secret shared playtime with viviD, but neither support managed to provide the necessary impact.
It seemed like things were about to turn for the better at the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup. SBENU showed up with a decisive 2-0 victory over the former KOO Tigers lineup, but the Quarterfinals, had them losing 1-2 to SKT T1. Still, this was a promising showing for the up-and-coming lineup.
Despite this success, SBENU looked shakier than ever in the 2016 LCK Spring Split. Their 2-16 regular season run amounted to a ninth-place finish, and they had to fight for their lives in the 2016 LCK Summer Promotion. Once again, they squared off against ESC Ever, but this time, they suffered a crushing 0-3 loss. With that, they were out of the LCK.
Afterward, SBENU Sonicboom changed their name to SBENU Korea. They’ve also made several roster changes for the upcoming 2016 CK Summer Split, and Secret left the organization to take a break from competitive play.
He came back in the beginning of 2017 as a substitute for Kongdoo Monster’s GuGer. He played several games during the 2017 LCK Spring Split, although he couldn’t turn around Kongdoo’s 3-15 record. Secret received more opportunities when his team was relegated to the 2017 CK Summer Split. In fact, he played for the entirety of the playoffs where Kongdoo defeated APK Prince before falling in a close 5-game series against CJ Entus.
Secret also made his presence known at the 2018 LCK Spring Promotion. With his help, Kongdoo scored back-to-back victories against Ever8 Winners and BBQ Olivers and successfully requalified for the LCK.
In the off-season, GuGer left the organization, and Secret became Kongdoo’s starting support. His first event in the new role was the 2017 LoL KeSPA Cup. Unfortunately, Kongdoo made a quick exit after a 1-2 loss to DAMWON Gaming.
Secret International Tournaments
Over the course of his career, Secret didn’t attend any international tournaments.