(For Teddy) What difficulties did you face facing Splyce? And which team do you think is the strongest from the European region
Teddy: I ​​think the problem here is that we made some mistakes while playing. G2 is the strongest team in Europe.

(For Faker) DAMWON and G2, who do you think will win? Which team do you want to face

Faker: Both are very strong teams. It's hard to say which team is stronger, but I'm not afraid to meet anyone in the semi-finals

(For coach kkOma) In a previous interview, you said that the whole team had not played as a champion. After today's match, do you think SKT has reached that level

Coach kkOma: I am often asked about the current level of the team. I think we just need to do better than the opponent in every game. I don't know which team is in the semi-finals, and that doesn't matter. I am sure we will win. I am confident in the individual skills of the SKT players. However, to show excellence in the game, we still need to try harder

(For Teddy) You've played Draven twice. Why? And how would you rate Kobbe

Teddy: The reason I chose Draven is because I think he's "superior" compared to Kainala. As for Kobbe, his laning ability is pretty solid so I have a good impression of this gunner.
(For Faker) I saw your dad watching the match today. Have you spent time with him? And what that means for you
Faker: My dad came and I met him once, but we didn't have time to talk more. The fact that he came here to watch me play really makes my spirit a lot better

(For Mata) How did you start match 3? Why did you decide to use your own Thresh outfit?

Mata: I still participate in training like the other players. I played that match as instructed by the coach. I chose Samsung for Thresh because it's my outfit, and I think it would be fun to use in SKT colors. During training I didn't use it, and it was a long time since I started playing, so this is my chance to use this costume. smile
(For Faker) This is Splyce's home ground. Did you hear the crowd cheering? How did the team react
Faker: I have never attended Worlds at home, but I have played many times at the opponent's home ground so I am not affected too much from the crowd. On the other hand, I appreciate the Korean fans who came here and supported us

(For Khan) Of the remaining top laners, which player is the strongest

Khan: I think Korean players are quite strong. Other than me, TheShy and Nuguri are the strongest players
(For Faker) You are called the greatest player of all time (the GOAT - the Greatest of all time). What do you think about that name? Will your performance today represent this title
Faker: Of course, I'm glad everyone calls me that. I think I deserve the title of greatest player of all time. When I was mentioned that, I myself want to play better, so I spend more time practicing to be able to conquer the title more

(For Faker) Between the two LPL teams in the remaining group, who do you think will win

Faker: I think both teams are very strong, but I don't know which team will make it to the final because I've never thought about it

(For Faker) Your father says you often play FIFA with him. Who often wins more

Faker: It's been a long time so I don't remember it very well ... When I was young, I had a gaming console and I played FIFA often ... But I don't remember who won more

(For Faker) You didn't win at MSI. Did you learn anything from that tournament, and have you fixed the problems encountered at that time

Faker: G2 has a very special style of play, and we learned more flexibility from that style. We also improved ourselves more than that time, but people always had problems. I think dealing with those issues is also very important
(For Khan) You are one of the hottest top laners in the tournament alongside Nuguri and TheShy. How do you rate yourself compared to them
Khan: I'm not sure about the ranking of three people, but I'm definitely the best. I will prove myself in the next match

(For Teddy) Your international tournament, MSI, ended pretty soon. How far do you think you will go at Worlds?

Teddy: Although the journey at MSI ended early, I learned a lot from that tournament. I didn't want to leave early at Worlds, so I put in more effort and played better. As far as how far I go, it depends on my morale and performance

(For Faker) Yesterday the Chinese players shared that European fans influenced them a bit. How about you

Faker: I was not affected at all. Since we can hear the cheers of the fans, it is important not to get caught up in it

(For Mata) Your nickname, Mata, is named after Spanish athlete Juan Mata. Today you played against the Spanish fans, what that means to you

Mata: Actually I don't think much, but this is a good memory. One thing I need to clarify: I named after that guy, but I'm not a fan. When I gave the nickname, I was a Chelsea fan. I liked Lampard, but I was not allowed to take that nickname, so I chose his teammate nickname. I know it sounds ironic, but because Mata was Lampard's teammate at the time, I decided to use this nickname. smile

(For coach kkOma) What do you think is the difference between Western and Eastern coaches? Do you have any advice for Western coaching staff

kkOma: In addition to geographical differences, I think it is important that for each player, there will be different ways of coaching. But because I'm not there, I clearly know the difference. In this situation, I think winning would be the appropriate answer. My advice is that it's important to gain trust from the players

(For coach kkOma) You have joined SKT for a long time and work with many different players. How would you rate the current squad? And does your training change year by year

kkOma: The current squad ... Every time I train, I always think we are a team that will beat them all, and I think this team will be unbeatable. I don't think my coaching style has changed much, but there are two other coaches, Zefa and Fly, who have helped me a lot
(For Mata) In a group stage interview, you said that you are not 100% satisfied with SKT's performance. Did you fix the problem? What do you think you have to solve the most before the next match
Mata: In the group stage, I think we're not as strong as we were before. After the quarterfinals, we were a stronger team, but I think it's a pity that SKT hasn't shown the best form. We still have some time before the semi-finals, and that's a positive thing. The team will use that time to fix problems. I am confident we will become champions

(For Faker) You didn't go to Worlds last year and didn't win against MSI. Have you ever doubted yourself

Faker: I never doubted myself. All I had in mind was that I had to train better and I was confident I could play better. Before doubts come to mind, I will find more motivation to become stronger

SKT Faker: I think I deserve the title of greatest player of all time

(For Teddy) What difficulties did you face facing Splyce? And which team do you think is the strongest from the European region
Teddy: I ​​think the problem here is that we made some mistakes while playing. G2 is the strongest team in Europe.

(For Faker) DAMWON and G2, who do you think will win? Which team do you want to face

Faker: Both are very strong teams. It's hard to say which team is stronger, but I'm not afraid to meet anyone in the semi-finals

(For coach kkOma) In a previous interview, you said that the whole team had not played as a champion. After today's match, do you think SKT has reached that level

Coach kkOma: I am often asked about the current level of the team. I think we just need to do better than the opponent in every game. I don't know which team is in the semi-finals, and that doesn't matter. I am sure we will win. I am confident in the individual skills of the SKT players. However, to show excellence in the game, we still need to try harder

(For Teddy) You've played Draven twice. Why? And how would you rate Kobbe

Teddy: The reason I chose Draven is because I think he's "superior" compared to Kainala. As for Kobbe, his laning ability is pretty solid so I have a good impression of this gunner.
(For Faker) I saw your dad watching the match today. Have you spent time with him? And what that means for you
Faker: My dad came and I met him once, but we didn't have time to talk more. The fact that he came here to watch me play really makes my spirit a lot better

(For Mata) How did you start match 3? Why did you decide to use your own Thresh outfit?

Mata: I still participate in training like the other players. I played that match as instructed by the coach. I chose Samsung for Thresh because it's my outfit, and I think it would be fun to use in SKT colors. During training I didn't use it, and it was a long time since I started playing, so this is my chance to use this costume. smile
(For Faker) This is Splyce's home ground. Did you hear the crowd cheering? How did the team react
Faker: I have never attended Worlds at home, but I have played many times at the opponent's home ground so I am not affected too much from the crowd. On the other hand, I appreciate the Korean fans who came here and supported us

(For Khan) Of the remaining top laners, which player is the strongest

Khan: I think Korean players are quite strong. Other than me, TheShy and Nuguri are the strongest players
(For Faker) You are called the greatest player of all time (the GOAT - the Greatest of all time). What do you think about that name? Will your performance today represent this title
Faker: Of course, I'm glad everyone calls me that. I think I deserve the title of greatest player of all time. When I was mentioned that, I myself want to play better, so I spend more time practicing to be able to conquer the title more

(For Faker) Between the two LPL teams in the remaining group, who do you think will win

Faker: I think both teams are very strong, but I don't know which team will make it to the final because I've never thought about it

(For Faker) Your father says you often play FIFA with him. Who often wins more

Faker: It's been a long time so I don't remember it very well ... When I was young, I had a gaming console and I played FIFA often ... But I don't remember who won more

(For Faker) You didn't win at MSI. Did you learn anything from that tournament, and have you fixed the problems encountered at that time

Faker: G2 has a very special style of play, and we learned more flexibility from that style. We also improved ourselves more than that time, but people always had problems. I think dealing with those issues is also very important
(For Khan) You are one of the hottest top laners in the tournament alongside Nuguri and TheShy. How do you rate yourself compared to them
Khan: I'm not sure about the ranking of three people, but I'm definitely the best. I will prove myself in the next match

(For Teddy) Your international tournament, MSI, ended pretty soon. How far do you think you will go at Worlds?

Teddy: Although the journey at MSI ended early, I learned a lot from that tournament. I didn't want to leave early at Worlds, so I put in more effort and played better. As far as how far I go, it depends on my morale and performance

(For Faker) Yesterday the Chinese players shared that European fans influenced them a bit. How about you

Faker: I was not affected at all. Since we can hear the cheers of the fans, it is important not to get caught up in it

(For Mata) Your nickname, Mata, is named after Spanish athlete Juan Mata. Today you played against the Spanish fans, what that means to you

Mata: Actually I don't think much, but this is a good memory. One thing I need to clarify: I named after that guy, but I'm not a fan. When I gave the nickname, I was a Chelsea fan. I liked Lampard, but I was not allowed to take that nickname, so I chose his teammate nickname. I know it sounds ironic, but because Mata was Lampard's teammate at the time, I decided to use this nickname. smile

(For coach kkOma) What do you think is the difference between Western and Eastern coaches? Do you have any advice for Western coaching staff

kkOma: In addition to geographical differences, I think it is important that for each player, there will be different ways of coaching. But because I'm not there, I clearly know the difference. In this situation, I think winning would be the appropriate answer. My advice is that it's important to gain trust from the players

(For coach kkOma) You have joined SKT for a long time and work with many different players. How would you rate the current squad? And does your training change year by year

kkOma: The current squad ... Every time I train, I always think we are a team that will beat them all, and I think this team will be unbeatable. I don't think my coaching style has changed much, but there are two other coaches, Zefa and Fly, who have helped me a lot
(For Mata) In a group stage interview, you said that you are not 100% satisfied with SKT's performance. Did you fix the problem? What do you think you have to solve the most before the next match
Mata: In the group stage, I think we're not as strong as we were before. After the quarterfinals, we were a stronger team, but I think it's a pity that SKT hasn't shown the best form. We still have some time before the semi-finals, and that's a positive thing. The team will use that time to fix problems. I am confident we will become champions

(For Faker) You didn't go to Worlds last year and didn't win against MSI. Have you ever doubted yourself

Faker: I never doubted myself. All I had in mind was that I had to train better and I was confident I could play better. Before doubts come to mind, I will find more motivation to become stronger

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