Clad in his armor called Freitunier and his cannon, the Destroyer, Chung is now on the road with Elsword and his friends. In the wake of the unfortunate incident that turned his father against him by the force of demons, he has vowed to never let any innocent human get hurt in his presence. But before he can return to Hamel, his hometown, and become its true protector, he must train hard and be able to face the fiercest enemies that wreak mayhem all over Lurensia.
Chung is well on his way to becoming a true Guardian, and soon enough, like his new companions, he will be making a tough choice. Which kind of Guardian does he hope to become?
Building up his physical and mental prowess is what Chung desires at this time in his young life. He calls upon the powers of the protective stone in his possession. Little knowing it can grant him great strength and reinforce his Freitunier and Destroyer. This true power makes Chung a well-respected fighter and a most-feared enemy.
Wielding only the Destroyer, Chung still somehow feels inadequate in battle despite his training. He feels the need to add another weapon to his arsenal as he gazes upon his protective stone. Recognizing the stone as a source of power, he takes on the task of generating from it a new weapon, one he would call the Silver Shooter.