Jeon Woochi : The Taoist Wizard (2009)

Jeon Woochi : The Taoist Wizard (2009)

Jeon Woochi : The Taoist Wizard





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Five hundred years after being charged with the murder of his master and imprisoned in a painted scroll, mischievous Taoist student Woochi (Don-won Kang) is released by his elders to battle goblins in the modern world. As Woochi and his sidekick Chorangui attempt to make sense of their strange new surroundings, they discover their goblin adversaries are now a greater threat to humanity than ever before.

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Action & Adventure, Comedy
Directed By: , ,
Written By: Lee Eun-gyeong, Choi Dong-Hoon
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On DVD: Apr 8, 2013
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as Jeon Woo-chi

as Seo In-kyeong

as Cho Raeng-i

as Buddhist Monk

as Shaman

as Female doctor/goblin

as Helper/goblin

as Lee Cheon-daek

as Yellow Traditional D...

as Palace Girl 1

as Master's Son

as Jeon Woo-chi's teach...

as Actress

as Red Hair

as Buddhist Monk
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Director Dong-hun Choi successfully blends many pieces into Jeon Woochi: The Taoist Wizard.Stemming from Korean folklore, this fantasy action adventure comes with two settings. The first 40% belongs to a period piece, while the final 60% belongs to modern day Korea, and ultimately this gives the film variety. The story is entertaining, especially in the early going, but it does drag a bit in the second half, which makes the 2 hour 10 minute run time seem a little long.The action is amusing with a nice mixture of martial arts and wizardry throughout. Unfortunately, the CG is hit and miss. The small effects for the wizard tricks are great, especially during the action segments, while the bigger effects like the goblins aren't as impressive.The acting and cast are outstanding and serve as a benefit to this production. Dong-won Kang brings charisma and personality to the Woochi character and this can be seen right from the get go. Su-jeong Lim is a successful lead actress and Yun-seok Kim portrays an appropriate adversary. All of these major cast members, as well as some of the supporting cast, get to go through wardrobe changes between the two time periods as well.Despite some deterrents, Jeon Woochi: The Taoist Wizard delights with many different elements and is a film to consider checking out.

JY Skacto

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