|Name||Lee Ji-hoon (이지훈)|
|Country of Birth||South Korea|
|Alternate IDs||SKT T1 Eazyhoon, 신천제드김유성, Easy, Translogic, Festlane|
The first team Easyhoon joined was GSG. He would only stay on the team for a few months, achieving success with them only at NLB Winter 2012-2013 where they defeated CJ Entus 3-2 in the Finals to win the event. Easyhoon would then leave GSG in February of 2013 and joined MVP Blue in the same month. Blue achieved a 1st place finish at OGN Club Masters after taking down Xenics-OP United 3-2 in the finals. Blue also participated in OLYMPUS Champions Spring 2013 and HOT6iX Champions Summer 2013 but were unable to get past the group stage in both spring and summer.
Shortly after MVP Blue was rebranded to Samsung Galaxy Blue, Easyhoon left the team and joined SK Telecom T1 S near the end of 2013. Easyhoon experience the same struggles he went through on MVP Blue, as SKT T1 S was unable to get out of groups at PANDORA.TV Champions Winter 2013-2014 and HOT6iX Champions Spring 2014. They were finally able to get past groups at HOT6iX Champions Summer 2014 but they lost in the plaoffs against KT Rolster Arrows 2-3 in the Semifinals and then 0-3 to Samsung Galaxy White in the 3rd place match.
With the changes to the OGN rules, SKT was forced to combine both their teams into one team. Easyhoon was kept as a substitute for Faker. He regularly switched with Faker during games in the SBENU Champions Spring 2015. They were able to win the Spring Playoffs with Easyhoon playing all three games in the Finals against. Easyhoon attended the 2015 Mid-Season Invitational and was allowed to play in some games. The team was however unable to win the event, falling 2-3 to Edward Gaming in the Finals. SKT then went back to Korea and won the Summer Season, dropping only 1 Bo3 during the entire regular season and taking down KT Rolster in the Finals of the playoffs. This qualified them for the 2015 World Championship where Easyhoon only played in the Group Stage and in their Semifinal series against Origen. SKT was able to win the event, becoming the first organization to win two World Championships. Wanting to prove himself as a player and step out of Faker's shadow, Easyhoon left SKT and joined Vici Gaming in China near the end of 2015.
Being placed in Group B of LPL Spring, Vici finished the regular season with a decent 3rd place. During the Playoffs, Vici faced off against LGD Gaming in the First Round, defeating them 3-1. Their next opponent was Team WE but they were unable to defeat them and lost 1-3, getting knocked out of playoffs. Summer was similar for VG as they finished 4th in their group and in the playoffs they suffered another 1-3 loss to Team WE, finishing 5th-6th.
- On February 27th, 2014, set the record for most CS in a competitive game with 703 on Ziggs in a 70-minute win over CJ Entus Blaze in the third week of LoL Masters 2014. The record was eventually broken by ROBERTxLEE.
- Tends to play mage fighters in competition, leaving the assassins to the other midlaner of SK Telecom T1, Faker.
- May 8th, Faker impressed by NA mids, Easyhoon agrees—in Bjergsen's case, at least with the Daily Dot
- May 8th, Easyhoon: 'It doesn’t really matter what I think, it matters what the team thinks' with Daily Dot
- May 9th, Easyhoon on Azir, Standing Behind Faker's Spotlight, and an English Thank You to Fans with GameSpot
- October 9th, Easyhoon Predicts SKT to Win Worlds - Hopes to Prove Himself and Play More Worlds Games with Gamespot
- October 19th, Worlds 2015 Quarterfinal Interviews with TeamLiquid
- October 28th, Easyhoon (Mostly) English Interview: "We Know About Koo More Than Fnatic, so I Prefer Koo" with Gamespot