Jeon Woochi: The Taoist Wizard

Year: 2009
Directed: Dong-hun Choi
Genre: Action/Adventure/Comedy
Runtime: 136 Min
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English

Su-jeong Lim
Yun-seok Kim
Dong-won Kang
Yeon-su Seo … Palace girl
Ji-hyeok Min … Jeon Woo-chi’s 10
Min-gyoo Park … White jacket
Jong-gu Yun … Aristocrat
Hyeon-woo Son … Warrior

Plot: 500 Years Ago in the Chosun Dynasty. The Pipe of the prophecy has fallen into the evil hands of the goblins, propelling the world into a whirlwind of disorder. The ancient Taoist wizards turn to the greatest ascetics of their time, the Master and Hwadam (Kim Yoon-seok) for help in vanquishing the goblins and trust each wizard with one half of the Pipe. Meanwhile, the Master’s rascal student Woochi (Kang Dong-won) tricks the king with the art of transformation and creates a fiasco, which makes the three Taoist wizards and Hwadam visit the Master. But the Master has been murdered and his half of the Pipe is missing! By taking his master’s pipe out to the market streets, Woochi has been pushed into a corner, ultimately getting sealed into a painting along with his trusty dog, Chorangyi (Yoo Hae-jin)


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