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Chun Jung-hee (Korean: 천정희 is a retired South Korean professional player of the real-time strategy game Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. He used to play for the Chinese professional gaming team Beijing eSport Team. He goes by the gamertag of Sweet (previously nOma) and is a member of clan WeRRa. He has been recognized among the top tier of Warcraft III players since the beginning of the professional competitive scene and has won two world championships as well as several professional events in South Korea.

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  • Chun Jung-hee (Korean: 천정희 is a retired South Korean professional player of the real-time strategy game Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. He used to play for the Chinese professional gaming team Beijing eSport Team. He goes by the gamertag of Sweet (previously nOma) and is a member of clan WeRRa. He has been recognized among the top tier of Warcraft III players since the beginning of the professional competitive scene and has won two world championships as well as several professional events in South Korea.
  • Chun Jung-hee (Korean: 천정희; born November 14, 1985) is a retired South Korean professional player of the real-time strategy game Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. He used to play for the Chinese professional gaming team Beijing eSport Team. He goes by the gamertag of Sweet (previously nOma) and is a member of clan WeRRa. He has been recognized among the top tier of Warcraft III players since the beginning of the professional competitive scene and has won two world championships as well as several professional events in South Korea.
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  • Chun Jung-hee (Korean: 천정희 is a retired South Korean professional player of the real-time strategy game Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. He used to play for the Chinese professional gaming team Beijing eSport Team. He goes by the gamertag of Sweet (previously nOma) and is a member of clan WeRRa. He has been recognized among the top tier of Warcraft III players since the beginning of the professional competitive scene and has won two world championships as well as several professional events in South Korea. After finished his military duty, he became coach of the Jin Air Greenwings League of Legends team.
  • Chun Jung-hee (Korean: 천정희; born November 14, 1985) is a retired South Korean professional player of the real-time strategy game Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. He used to play for the Chinese professional gaming team Beijing eSport Team. He goes by the gamertag of Sweet (previously nOma) and is a member of clan WeRRa. He has been recognized among the top tier of Warcraft III players since the beginning of the professional competitive scene and has won two world championships as well as several professional events in South Korea. After finished his military duty, he became coach of the Jin Air Greenwings League of Legends team.
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