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- "Cheap? I paid a lot for this hat!"
- "Yahoo! Oh man, I love a good fight! (いやっほぅ！ 買ったぜ このケンカ！ Iyahhou! Katta ze kono kenka!?)"
- —Yun (Street Fighter III and Street Fighter IV series)
Yun (ユン Yun?) is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, first appearing in Street Fighter III: New Generation. He is an energetic skateboarder from Hong Kong, skilled in the art of Chinese Kung Fu, and the older twin brother to Yang.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Story
- 3 Relationships
- 4 Crossover appearances
- 5 Comics
- 6 Gameplay
- 7 Subpages
- 8 Stage themes
- 9 Videos
- 10 Trivia
- 11 See also
- 12 References
Biography[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Yun has long, brown hair styled in a braid and covered by a blue baseball cap with a yellow visor and a circle with a skateboard in it. His changshan is white, usually with a blue and yellow trim. He also wears yellow fingerless gloves that cover his forearms and dark pants and sneakers. Yun is seen riding on his skateboard when not fighting.
Concept[edit | edit source]
During the development of Super Street Fighter II, the team initially envisioned two twin martial artists that shared a bodytype, along with Cammy and T. Hawk. American designer James Goddard felt that it would be redundant to have another pair of characters with the same fighting style, prompting Capcom to instead create Dee Jay, with the martial artist eventually evolving into Fei Long. Four years later, this concept would be reborn with the twins Yun and Yang.
The team wanted Yun and Yang to be popular characters from the start. They were made to be flashier than the main character, and wanted them to utilize the parry system using their kung-fu. Yun is modelled after Duo Maxwell from Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, while Yang is modelled after Trowa Barton.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Yun is the more energetic and extroverted of the Lee Brothers, compared to Yang; he is more playful, upbeat, and easygoing, and while confident, he is not as cocky or sharp-mouthed as his younger brother, though he isn't above cracking jokes at the expense of anyone he defeats. He is also said to be impulsive, but out of the two, Yun is said to be a born leader. Like Yang, he is also a movie enthusiast; when Yun encounters Fei Long in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Yun asks in his win quote whether he is "the real Fei Long" and then plans to tell Yang about meeting him.
Story[edit | edit source]
Early life[edit | edit source]
The Lee Brothers are nephews to the Lee who fought in the first World Tournament. While having been separated from their parents at birth, the Lee twins are the honored twins of a certain neighborhood of Hong Kong, and are the beneficiaries of eight noteworthy and influential leaders of Hong Kong's underworld who support them as their godparents.
While they own the restaurant Shinryuken, they are also active in their communities, helping maintain the peace and settling disputes.
Street Fighter IV series[edit | edit source]
After Chun-Li foils a criminal's getaway right before their eyes and drives off with Guile, Yun decides that whatever enemy is bringing Chun-Li out of retirement must be incredibly strong, and decides to follow her for an adventure. Yang happily accompanies him, knowing they are dealing with S.I.N., a division group of Shadaloo. After their "adventure", they return home to find Hoi Mei fuming, and she grabs Yun by the ear dragging him off. As they are being punished, the brothers encounter Chun-Li. As they bid her farewell and thank her for inspiring them to embark on their adventure, they hope to one day see her again.
Street Fighter III series[edit | edit source]
With his twin brother Yang, he entered the fourth World Warrior tournament to show his skills. They later found and fought Gill, who appreciated their effort and granted them the leadership of their town. They passionately turned down his offer, since they only fought him to stop his maniacal plans.
In Yang's ending, he and Yun are having a quarrel only to be stopped by Hoimei and her sister Shaomei. Shaomei tells him that Hoimei was expressing her relief to see them again and gives them advice to not act so reckless. Yang agrees and goes with Shaomei while Yun gets his ear pinched by Hoimei.
Non-canon appearances[edit | edit source]
In his non-canonical appearance in Street Fighter Alpha 3, he and his twin brother Yang are searching around the world for the legendary movie star Fei Long, so they could become famous movie stars in their own hometown. They run into Dee Jay (who by chance knows Fei Long), and Yun fights him and wins.
Yun also hears rumors of Fei Long working with drug dealers (i.e. Shadaloo). However, Dee Jay knows Fei Long is a nice person who would never associate with them. He soon tells both brothers where they could find Fei Long. They soon find him afterwards and fight him to know the truth. After the Lee Brothers won, Fei Long tells Yun and Yang that he was infiltrating the drug deals to find out who the drug dealers were working for. He finds out that they are all under the rule of M. Bison.
The Lee Brothers decide to help Fei Long in order to save their hometown from Shadaloo, but are caught along with Fei Long. Fei Long has Yun and Yang fight The Dolls, while he finds and finishes off Bison. Yun returns from the fight and finds Fei Long defeated at Bison's feet. Bison asks the Lee Brothers to join him and Shadaloo, but they refuse, and instead fight Bison. They come out victorious, finishing Bison off for good. Fei Long thanks them and in return, the Lee brothers get their wish to become movie stars and starred in their own movie - Street King 2: Three Dragons (which became a box-office smash hit).
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Lee[edit | edit source]
He's Yun's uncle, and one of the NPC opponents from the first tournament. Yun also bears a resemblance to him. They both wear blue caps, have long hair tied into a braided ponytail, and share a similar dashing punch attack.
Yang[edit | edit source]
His younger twin brother. They have their moments of agreeing and disagreeing, but their mutual outlook is heavily implied to see-saw at times, often getting in trouble with their uncles as a result of Yun wanting to try things and Yang getting dragged along. Brotherly fights among them are common and often seen as practice.
A childhood friend of Yun and Yang. Hoimei has a particularly aggressive and seemingly one-sided attraction to Yun, which is a stark contrast to Yang, who has a more positive relationship with Shaomei.
Shaomei has a crush on Yang, but Yun also looks after her as well as with Hoimei.
As with Yang, he has a good relationship with Chun-Li as an elder figure and someone to look up to.
Crossover appearances[edit | edit source]
Yun appears as a playable character in Capcom Fighting Evolution.
Yun appeared playable in Capcom vs. SNK 2. Yang also appeared as a summonable character in some of Yun's special moves and super combos.
Comics[edit | edit source]
In Rome, Ryu and Oro encounter Yun and Yang, who knocks a chef through a window of his restaurant after a dispute over their meal. As the chef clings onto Ryu and begs for help, the brothers realize that the person before them is Ryu, and requests a spar with him. Ryu accepts, fighting Yun first.
Yun fights valiantly, but despite his superior speed, his predictable moves and lack of experience makes quick work of him as Ryu powers through Yun's attacks. After defeating Yun, Yang proceeds to take his brother's place in combat, using strikes with unnatural paths to prevent Ryu's prediction of his attacks. However, the altered courses also reduce the strength of his attacks and Ryu plows through them and uses his superior power to gain dominance in the fight. Yun and Yang are convinced that they need more training, and Ryu states that they'll fight again when they're more experienced.
Yun and Yang appear in UDON's Street Fighter comics, beginning with Street Fighter II #1. Yun's backstory differs slightly, in that it appears that he and Yang were raised by Gen, and also work in his restaurant, Genhanten. He and Yang are also very close with Chun-Li, affectionately referring to her as "auntie" (much to her annoyance). When Gen is killed by Akuma, Yun and Yang are the ones who discover the body, and are later seen attending his funeral alongside Chun-Li and Fei Long.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Fighting style[edit | edit source]
Moveset[edit | edit source]
Yun's martial arts are said to be like that of the "fleet wind"; thus, he is a fast paced fighter, combining high mobility with an aggressive moveset, which is focused around doing as much damage as possible with quick combos, keeping on the offensive. Yun's specials are centered around quickly closing the gap between himself and his opponent, and staying evasive. Yun's high damage and mobility are somewhat balanced by his low stamina. He also needs more precision on pulling off target combos and can't hit shorter or crouching characters very easily, which his younger brother does more effectively.
Subpages[edit | edit source]
Quotes[edit | edit source]
Pop Culture[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Sprites[edit | edit source]
Stage themes[edit | edit source]
|Crowded Street||Street Fighter III: New Generation||Yuki Iwai|
|Crowded Street [midnight ver]||STREET FIGHTER III NEW GENERATION ORIGINAL ARRANGE ALBUM||Achilles Damigos|
|Crowded Street (Action Movie Edit)||Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact||Hideki Okugawa|
|Crowded Street [Third Edit]||Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike||Hideki Okugawa|
|Crowded Street ~Shopping District~||Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition||Hideki Okugawa|
|Theme of Yun -SSFIV AE Arrange-||Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition||Hideyuki Fukasawa|
Videos[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Yun's remix of their theme in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is more lively and upbeat (coupled with some guitar).
- Despite how most fans and media pronounce his name, the proper pronunciation would likely be "Yoon/Yuu-n".
- Yun is the only character from Arcade Edition to appear in Street Fighter IV Volt for the iPhone.
- Yun only eats Chinese food, according to his win quote against El Fuerte in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition. This is essentially the same win quote Fei Long uses when facing El Fuerte.
- Yun is the only character introduced in the Street Fighter III series to appear in the Street Fighter Alpha series, in this case, the GBA and PSP ports of Street Fighter Alpha 3.
- Many of Yun's win quotes in Street Fighter Alpha 3 reference the fact that he is from "another time" (namely, the Street Fighter III series) including Blanka and M. Bison. He also mentions recognizing Ryu, although he looks younger (since the Alpha series is set before the III series).
- Technically, the above encounter would be Yun's first with Ryu, so he should not have recognized Ryu at all.
- Yun is seen in The Half Pipe stage in Street Fighter X Tekken skateboarding. He is also seen as a silhouette in Cody's official artwork for the game.
- Yun still appears in the Ultra Street Fighter IV version of the stage, unless he's fighting on it.
- Yun's ninth opponent in the Gameboy Advance version of Street Fighter Alpha 3 is Evil Ryu instead of Fei-Long. Yun is one of the few fighters with a unique win quote against him ("What happened to you?! Your evil intent will consume you!").
See also[edit | edit source]
- Yun's moves in Street Fighter Alpha 3
- Yun's moves in Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
- Yun's moves in Capcom vs. SNK 2
- Yun's moves in Super Street Fighter IV
- Yun's moves in Ultra Street Fighter IV
References[edit | edit source]
|Street Fighter III Characters|
|New Generation||Alex · Dudley · Elena · Ibuki · Ken · Necro · Oro · Ryu · Sean · Yang · Yun|
|2nd Impact||Akuma · Gill · Hugo · Shin Akuma · Urien|
|3rd Strike||Chun-Li · Makoto · Q · Remy · Twelve|
|SNK vs. Capcom Characters|
|The Match of the Millennium||Akuma · Chun-Li · Dan · Evil Ryu · Guile|
Ken · M. Bison · Ryu · Sakura · Zangief
|Millennium Fight 2000||Balrog · Blanka · Cammy · Dhalsim · E. Honda · Sagat · Vega|
|Mark of the Millennium 2001||Eagle · Kyosuke · Maki · Rolento · Shin Akuma · Yun|
|SVC Chaos||Hugo · Violent Ken|
|Street Fighter Alpha Characters|
|Alpha||Adon · Akuma · Birdie · Charlie · Chun-Li · Dan · Guy|
Ken · M. Bison · Rose · Ryu · Sagat · Sodom
|Alpha 2||Original||Dhalsim · Evil Ryu · Gen · Rolento · Sakura · Zangief|
|Alpha 3||Original||Balrog · Blanka · Cody · E. Honda · Juli · Juni · Karin · R. Mika · Vega|
|Console||Dee Jay · Fei Long · Guile · T. Hawk|
|Upper||Eagle · Maki · Yun|
|Capcom Fighting Evolution Characters|
|Street Fighter II||Guile · M. Bison · Ryu · Zangief|
|Street Fighter Alpha||Guy · Karin · Rose · Sakura|
|Street Fighter III||Alex · Chun-Li · Urien · Yun|
|Bosses||Ingrid · Shin Akuma|
|Street Fighter IV Characters|
|Original||Abel · Akuma · Balrog · Blanka · Chun-Li · C. Viper · Dhalsim · E. Honda|
El Fuerte · Guile · Ken · M. Bison · Rufus · Ryu · Sagat · Vega · Zangief
|Console||Cammy · Dan · Fei Long · Gen · Gouken · Rose · Seth · Sakura|
|Super||Adon · Cody · Dee Jay · Dudley · Guy · Hakan · Ibuki · Juri · Makoto · T. Hawk|
|Arcade Edition||Evil Ryu · Oni · Yang · Yun|
|Ultra||Decapre · Elena · Hugo · Poison · Rolento|