Yun Lee

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Yun and his brother Yang in artwork from the crossover game Capcom vs. SNK 2.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Yun, along with his twin brother Yang, are characters in the Street Fighter III series. In Street Fighter III: New Generation, Yang has identical moves to Yun, but they began changing their respective styles in Street Fighter III: Second Impact and Street Fighter III: Third Strike.

Statistics[edit | edit source]

  • Height: 173 cm
  • Weight: 62 kg
  • BWH sizes: B102, W73, H85
  • Blood Type: B
  • From: Hong Kong (stated as "From: Hong Kong" in SFA3, NOT birthplace)
  • Birthplace: Shanghai
  • Fighting Style: Kung Fu

Techniques[edit | edit source]

Special Moves[edit | edit source]

  • Zesshou Hohou - Yun hops forward, a fist outstretched. This is a staple move among various kung fu practitioners in fighting games.
  • Senkyuutai - In New Generation, Yun (and Yang) rolls forward, dodging projectiles, and performs a handstand kick. In Second Impact, Yun foregoes the forward roll and instead kicks higher.
  • Kobokushi - A slow moving twin palm attack that nullifies projectiles.
  • Zenpou Tenshin - A grabbing attack that does no damage, but has Yun flip over to the enemy's other side, leaving him open for Yun to attack.
  • Raigeki Shuu - An aerial dive kick.
  • Tetsuzankou - New to Second Impact, Yun ducks forward and leans to strike the opponent with his shoulder. Also a staple kung fu move.

Super Arts[edit | edit source]

  • Tenshin Senkyuutai - Only in New Generation, Yun rolls forward, kicks the opponent up into the air, and follows with multiple kicks.
  • Sourai Rengeki - A series of multiple elbows and palms, ending in two spinning kicks. If Yun whiffs (misses) the second of the elbows, he will not continue his attack.
  • Gen'ei Jin - Yun concentrates and releases shadow copies of himself that trail him. This move allows Yun to effectively juggle the opponent with his attacks.
  • You Hou - Yun's high powered move, Yun opens with a knife hand, launches the opponent with a Tetsuzankou, and finishes with an upraised fist. This can be followed up further with other attacks as the opponent is falling down. This was not available in Street Fighter III: New Generation.

Sources[edit | edit source]

  • Tiamat's Street Fighter guide: Contains translated information found in various official Japanese language Capcom sources, such as All About Street Fighter Zero 3, Eiga Street Fighter II Memorial Koushiki Fanbook ISBN 4-09-102491-2, Official Street Fighter Zero 3 Guidebook, Street Fighter 3: New Generation Bible, Street Fighter Eternal Challenge.
  • Kao Megura's Street Fighter guide: Contains special move translations.

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