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LNG’s Tarzan Details The Biggest Difference Between LCK and LPL



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Lee Seung-yong, known as “Tarzan,” is a 22-year-old South Korean League Of Legends player who has been playing for LNG Esports since December 2020. Previously, he had been playing for Griffin.

Before the League Of Legends World Championship starts, Tarzan spoke in a recent interview with Korizon Esports’ Ashley Kang and talked about the differences between Chinese and Korean teams and players.

In the conversation, Tarzan pointed out that the biggest difference between the LCK and LPL teams is that LCK players are more ready to see a play and give a reaction to it, and everything is back and forth.

On the other side of the coin, Tarzan mentioned that LPL is more unexpected in terms of trading with the opponent. Also, he touched upon the fact that there are more skirmishes and team fights in LPL compared to the Korean league.

Furthermore, the talented jungler stated that his playstyle changed a bit after playing in the Chinese region and said that he has become a more aggressive player in playstyle-wise throughout the Summer split.

Tarzan talked about the differences between LCK and LPL:

“Perhaps the meta also plays a part in this, but — I would definitely say there is a big difference between the LPL and the LCK. In the LCK, players would expect the enemy team to give certain things up, or readily give things up in return. There’s the back-and-forth.

But in the LPL, there are often trades that go beyond the expected ‘calculations.’ You see more skirmishes happen in the LPL, in comparison to the LCK.

To be honest, I didn’t adjust to the LPL so quickly during the spring split. Maybe the language barrier was a part of it. But coming into summer, I also believe for myself that I’ve become much more aggressive, playstyle-wise. Yes, a bit of a change.”

You can check out the full interview below.

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