In this Korean name, the family name is Seong (성/成).
Seong Mi-Na (ソン・ミナ, Son Mina, Hanja: 成美那, Hangul: 성미나) is a fictional character in Namco's Soul series of fighting games. First appearing in Soul Edge, she returned in Soulcalibur, Soulcalibur II, Soulcalibur III, Soulcalibur IV, Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny, Soulcalibur: Unbreakable Soul, and Soulcalibur: Lost Swords.
She has dark brown hair, rosy pale skin, light amber brown eyes, a physically built body and is taller than most Korean women from her time period.
Seong Mi-na is a strong-willed girl who is always striving to be the best she is. Though stubborn about this, she also has a quick wit. She's very determined, but sometimes overly confident in her skills, often mocking her opponents. Due to her inferiority complex, Seong Mi-na dislikes it when anyone views her as weak or helpless, basically not wanting to be treated like a kid.
- Scarlet Thunder
- Tiger Fang
- Long Handled Sword
- Morning Star
- Sickled Spear
- Spiked Mace
- Hyup Do
- Soul Edge (Complete) Seong Mi-na
- Feather Broom
- The Ancient (Seong Mi-na)
- Soul Calibur (Halberd)
- Open-Handed Slap
- Emerald Nimbus
- Primitive Spear
- The Old Temple (SE)
- Maze of the Dead (SC)
- Hwangseo Palace - Phoenix Court (SC2)
- Ling Sheng-Su Temple Ruin (SC3)
- Sailor's Rest (SC4)
- Sailor's Rest - Twilight (SCBD)
- Despite appearing in the series first, Seong Mi-na copied many moves from Kilik. In Soulcalibur III, Klik and Seong Mi-na's movesets were made unique from each other to remedy this.
- Her Destined Battle in Soulcalibur is Hwang. In Soulcalibur II and Soulcalibur III, it's Yun-seong.
- In almost every version of the Soul series, her default costume is among the most revealing ones, with her entire abdomen and navel exposed each time.
- Seong Mi-na is nicknamed "Heart and Soul Girl".
- Seong Mi-na did not appear in the arcade version along with Sophitia, but was later added to the home versions.
- For some reason, her Destined Battle does not always have the usual Destined Battle music, but other times it will.
- Xin Zhao from the free-to-play MOBA video game League of Legends uses Seong Mi-na's demo animation as his dancing animation. Watch here for a comparison.
- The Soul of Seong Mi-na discipline is available to created characters of the Gladiator class.
- Seong Mi-na is the only character in who requires more than one input at the ending, making it the most elaborate cinematic of the game.
- She will sometimes half-heartedly say that she will "defeat the evils of the ages" - this is a parody of Hwang's line.
- Starting with this game, Seong Mi-na's fighting stance is slighly different. She holds her weapon in a lower position than in past games. This was possibly done to differentiate her from Kilik even more.
- Seong Mi-na has her hair tied in a bun while wearing her 2P costume. This is the only time where she still has her long hair tied in a 2P costume, as opposed to her usual Short Hair in all her other 2P costumes.
- In Seong Mi-na's Story Mode, Talim accompanies her after Mi-na defeats her, Kilik and Xianghua in the second stage. After the fourth stage, Mi-na leaves Talim in charge and carries on ahead to battle Algol. In Yun-seong's Story Mode, Mi-na accompanies him for the rest of his journey after he defeats her, Talim, and Sophitia after the second stage.
- Her Soulcalibur IV 2P costume appears as DLC.
- Her costume from Soul Blade gets an update.
- Soul Edge
- Soulcalibur (unlockable character)
- Soulcalibur II (home versions only and unlockable character)
- Soulcalibur III
- Soulcalibur IV (Unlockable character, if bought her in Character Creation mode for 4000 gold)
- Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny
- Soulcalibur: Lost Swords (unlocked if the players buy 3 premium chests)
- Soulcalibur: Unbreakable Soul
- Soulcalibur VI