We present an analysis of the lensed Lyman Break Galaxy (LBG), the 8 o'clock arc, at redshift 2.735. We reduced Near-IR IFU data from SINFONI on VLT covering λ= 2900 Å to 6500 Å in the rest-frame. From this we recovered the Hβ map and the spatially-resolved Hβ profile which are shown in the right plot in Fig. 1. We can see that Hβ shows different profiles at different spatial pixels and it is composed of multiple components. To study the de-lensed morphology of the galaxy we make use of existing B & H band imaging from the HST. Based on this we constructed a rigorous lens model for the system using the Bayesian grid based lens modeling technique presented by Vegetti & Koopmans (2009, MNRAS, 392, 945). In order to obtain a robust lens model, we first considered the high resolution B band HST image (rest-frame UV, left plot in Fig. 1) and then used this modeling to reconstruct the Hβ line map of the galaxy. We then present the de-lensed Hβ line map, velocity and velocity dispersion maps of this LBG galaxy.