In Soul Calibur ll, Seong Mi-na's battle style is called the Seung art of rod and large sword fighting (according to the official guide book). Her style involves swinging her weapon around and using sweeping strikes to batter her opponent. She also uses her weapon as a kind of platform, balancing on the side and kicking her enemy. She can also lift herself into the air and slam her blade down hard onto the opposition. With everything considered, utilizing Seong - Mi-na's style in battle requires her to keep her distance from the enemy as this is an integral part of her gameplay.
- Kilik's stance. It was most likely changed so players could tell the fighting styles apart. Seong Mi-na's fighting style has changed slightly. One of the most obvious changes is her stance, which is now depicted with the blade part of her weapon, as opposed to when it was pointed at the opponent's face, back then it looked like
Same as Soulcalibur III.
In Soul Calibur lV, Seong Mi-na's style is renamed Seong Style Longsword and Rod Arrangement, probably due to the fact she trained under Edge Master (Soul Calibur lll-lV). Despite the inclusion of some new moves, Seong Mi-na's style remains largely unchanged as she still utilizes the swinging power of her weapon to overcome her enemies. However she has some vertical strikes which allow her to gain distance from her enemy thus giving her an advantage against short range characters. As always using Seong Mi-na in battle effectively, involves keeping away from the opponent and then using her superior range to attack.
Same as Soulcalibur IV.