Munchkin rose to notoriety with Cloud9 Korea Cloud9 Korea Inactive in the second half of 2020 alongside many soon-to-be Korean Valorant stars like Yu "BuZz" Byung-chul (유병철) and Park "Bazzi" Jun-ki (박준기). After the roster was dissolved in December of that year due to policies put in motion by Riot restricting the number of VCT teams a single organization could have under their banner, Munchkin chose to join Crazy Raccoon Crazy Raccoon Japan Rank #3 in the Japanese scene where he and the squad would usurp Absolute JUPITER Absolute JUPITER Inactive — now known as ZETA DIVISION ZETA DIVISION Japan Rank #2 — on a number of occasions that sent them to the international stage.
In December 2021, Munchkin departed the organization to search for new opportunities, but ended up returning at the start of 2022 hoping to continue their dominance from 2021. Unfortunately, the team ended up falling to ZETA DIVISION in the grand finals of the Stage 1 Challengers playoffs in late March, narrowly missing out on qualifying for the first international event of the year. Shortly after their runner-up finish, Munchkin departed Crazy Raccoon, marking the third time the former Overwatch League player has entered free agency in Valorant.
With Munchkin now an official member of T1, he will reunite with two former Cloud9 Korea members: coach Yoon "Autumn" Eu-ddeum (윤으뜸) and Son "xeta" Seon-ho (손선호) in North America. While the team's year in the VCT is over, T1 have made an appearance in the NSG Summer Championship circuit, where they won the second open event.