Who Are Koiwai Kotori and Judy Alice Lee Voice Actors of Yun Jin?
Non Non Biyori seiyuu Koiwai Kotori voices Yun Jin in the Japanese dub of Genshin Impact
miHoYo just revealed the voice actors for Yun Jin in Genshin Impact 2.4, and she has a pro Pekin opera singer doing her singing voice.
Yun Jin, as a 4-star character, probably won’t be as popular as Shenhe. However, she will definitely have her fans coming from all horizons among those who appreciate her mix of Chinese opera and gothic lolita fashion.
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Who is Koiwai Kotori voice of Yun Jin in Genshin Impact‘s Japanese dub?
Compared to Ayako Kawasumi, the veteran seiyuu of Shenhe, Kotori Koiwai is a relatively new seiyuu. One of her most popular roles outside Japan is Utsutsu in the Gachaman kinda reboot kinda remake series Gatchaman Crowds. For anime fans who don’t shame kids series, her most popular role is definitely Nono in Aikatsu, the idol arcade game / anime franchise by Bandai Namco.
Kotori Koiwai also voiced Shallie in Atelier Shallie, Renge in Non Non Biyori, and more recently Mano in Takagi-san. Koiwai is also Millium in the Kiseki / Trails JRPG series by Falcom.
Who is Judy Alice Lee?
Judy Alice Lee recently voiced Ram in the 2021 remake of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. Yun Jin will be one of the first game related roles Judy Alice Lee voices. Besides voicing game and tv shows characters, Judy Alice Lee also works as a recording engineer. You can follow her on Twitter.
Yun Jin introduction trailer
Last but not least, a professional Peking Opera Artist called 杨扬 (Yang Yang) is doing the singing voice of Yun Jin in all languages. So everyone will be hearing her singing regardless of which dub they play.
All of Yun Jin’s 3D model movements mix Chinese opera unique movements with traditional martial arts. A short making-of movie for Yun Jin will also be released in mid-January 2022.
Genshin Impact is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, iOS, and Android. Version 2.4 with Yun Jin launches on January 5, 2022. Plus, a Nintendo Switch version is also coming at some point but has no release date yet.
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