There were once two pop stars who were in direct competition with one another. They were the depraved but timeless millionaire, Frankie Hi, and the once epic lead singer of boy band Boys Generation, Lee Moon, whose popularity was now on the wane. Relegated to the past, Lee Moon now only really made any kind of impression at the Junkz rave parties where his style was still seen as hip and avant-garde. And indeed he's been such a hit with the Junkz that he’s now convinced he can make a comeback onto the pop scene. No, Lee Moon, putting together a boy band called Super Senior is definitely not a "super" idea!
- I wanna dance, dance, dance, dance, dadance: Win 10 rounds with Lee Moon
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base power is 7, which is good for a 2*.
- His base damage is 2, but becomes 4 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with other members of Junkz.
- His ability gives you one life back if you lose with him.
- The clan bonus gives him an extra 8 attack, which helps in low-pill fights.
- He is a 2*, so he makes room in your deck.
- His base damage is 2, which is low, though normal for a 2*.
- His ability is Defeat, meaning you must lose with him in order for it to activate.
- His ability only gives you one life back, which is not much.
- SoA cancels his ability, which diminshes his value.
- He has competition from the other 2* in Junkz.
- His artwork is based off of South Korean artist, Psy, who is the creator of the well-known song and dance, Gangnam Style.
- Boys Generation is a play on Korean pop group, Girls Generation.
- He is the second Korean character in the game, with the other being Frankie Hi.