|Level||Tennis: Level 5
Baseball: Level 5
Boxing: Level 8
|CPU Rank||Standard Difficulty|
In Boxing, she is great at Grade 8.
In Wii Party U, Se-young is in Standard Difficulty.
- In Twisted Flight, she is in 8th place, traveling a distance of 20 yards.
- In Freeplay Apple Scramble, she is in 8th place with 28 points.
- Her, Bowen, Jin-ah, and Xiuping are in 7th place in Button Smashers, with 10 points.
- In Dojo Domination Standard difficulty, she is in 8th place with 5 Miis defeated.
Names in Different Languages
Japanese: セヨン (Seyon)
- According to the Wii Sports Club files, Se-young's Internal ID is 002.
- This makes her the first Female Mii to be added into Wii Sports Club.
- In the data files of Miitopia, she is listed as Young.
- She is the catcher in the game Pitch Perfect in Wii Sports Club Baseball training.
- Se-young is right-handed.
- Se-young appears on Wii Fit U Gym Community preview page on Wii Fit U main menu.
- In Wii Party U, Se-young appears as P1 in the preview video for GamePad Island.
- Her height value is set to 99 and her weight value is set to 31.
- In a screenshot on the Australian Tomodachi Life website, her personality is set to Reserved Perfectionist/Independent Artist. In this same screenshot, she also happens to be renamed "Sofia".
- A Mii greatly resembling Se-young with minor differences appears in Miitopia for the Nintendo Switch as the default Mii for the Worried Mother role in Greenhorne town. Her hairstyle is slightly different, and her lips are more red. Her name varies with the region and language:
- American English, Korean and Chinese: Helen (coincidentally, there is another mii on the Wii with that same name.)
- European English: Alita
- French: Mamoune
- Spanish: Dolores
- Dutch and German: Ojemina
- Italian: Anna (coincidentally, there is another Mii on the Wii and another Mii on the Wii U with that same name.)
- Japanese: Fanfan