Yue Jin (Chinese: 樂進) is a supporting character in the 14th-century Chinese classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by the late Luo Guanzhong, and its multiple adaptations. He is one of the generals of Cao Cao.
Yue Jin was originally from the Yangping Command, and is known about him before joining the Cao Cao army. Yue Jin is often regarded as a tough and merciless warrior, although he being a young person with his small body. He followed Cao Cao on several times and there have been many successes. When the recruitment of troops by the coalition against Dong Zhuo began, he was recruited to many soldiers for Cao Cao's camp, which brought 1,000 men from his hometown.
For his effort, Yue Jin assumed military positions and followed Cao Cao in his futile war with Dong Zhuo. Despite being defeated, Yue Jin's physical strength and bravery earned him a great deal of trust in Cao Cao, who would use it as the vanguard from time. When Cao Cao decided to facing his rival Yuan Shao, Yue Jin led his troops to resist Yuan Shao's army. Yue Jin is able to guarantee his behavior to defeat Yuan Shao, especially for Cao Cao to continue his operations.
Under Cao Cao's guidance, he needs to give different powers to protect weapons. Li Dian and Yue Jin went to tell Cao Cao to win, so just think about the intention to show up and then will be very satisfied. Yue Jin would continued to help destroyed Gao Gan and appease the north. When Cao Cao controlled the Yubei area, Yue Jin was stationed in Fuyang. Through his attack, Yue Jin helped repel Liu Bei's Guan Yu and Sun Quan's Su Fei and really wants to praise them on his own.
After the Battle of Chibi, Cao Cao left Cao Ren, Yue Jin, and others to defend Jing Province. Guan Yu has been dissatisfied and defeated Cao Ren, but was temporarily repulsed by Yue Jin and Wen Ping, many warriors have already surrendered. Yue Jin went later to arrived in Hefei with Zhang Liao and Li Dian. Both of them did not reach a good relationship with Yue Jin and were later promoted to General of the Right. Soon after, Yue Jin died of illness.
His short stature, a slight inferiority complex, often question his self-worth, but he has great confidence in his own strength to make up for it. Yue Jin and Li Dian get along very well, and Li Dian often blames him for his high inferiority. He looked up at Zhang Liao, although he did not really start to serve with Cao Cao, but respected the strength of veterans. Yue Jin, he admitted that he did not like to be defended by the castle behind the walls, and he was more willing to fight on the front line.
- He is a playable character in the Dynasty Warriors series.