Jeon Woo Chi: The Taoist Wizard
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Jeon Woo Chi: The Taoist Wizard

General info
Original title: Woochi (전우치)
Country: South Korea
Year: 2009
IMDB Rating: 6.9 513 votes
Plot: Choson Dynasty period, past in 1509. Jeong Woochi is a Taoist master's talanted student, wag and prankster. He is not looking for a true Tao, instead he just learned a few magic tricks and dreaming of fame, power and other wordy pleasures. At every his chance, he gets out of the monastery to search for ancient artifacts along with his trusty dog, Chorangyi. Once, he got a master's part of Golden Pipe - a musical instrument with magic power to control goblins. Hwadam - a mighty wizard turned into goblin, who hunting hard to get the whole Golden Pipe, sealed Woochi in a magic painting along with his part of the pipe.

In 2009, goblins begin to appear in modern day Seoul and wreak havoc on the world. Woochi and Chorangyi are offered freedom in return for catching the goblins. The only snag is that Woochi is more interested in exploring the modern day world and chasing after women rather than chasing after goblins.
  • The film is based on the Korean folklore, «Tale of Jeon Woo Chi».
  • Filming locations include Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Cheolwon, Cheonju, and Ik-san, South Korea and also Boracay, Philippines.
  • The budget is about US$9 millions
  • The film won 3-rd place in Korean box-office for 2009, after triumphal disaster Haeundae and sport blockbuster Take Off. Through its South Korean theatrical run Woochi sold a total of 6 million tickets.
Movie info
Language: Korean
Colormode: Color
Running time: 127

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Jeon Woo Chi: The Taoist Wizard
(overall rating: 3.2 out of 5 based on 2 reviews), ин James Croot - 3/5 source:
«Nuttier than Night Watch, this tale of goblins, Gods and prophecies at times requires close scrutiny of the subtitles to work out just exactly what is going on. It doesn't help that the soundtrack sounds a little detached and disjointed. There's an almost Lynchian switch of location and costuming part way through (turning the story into something like a cross between Enchanted and Howard the Duck) and the whole thing feels 20 minutes too long.»

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Choi, Dong-HunCHOI Dong-Hun
CJ EntertainmentCJ Entertainment
BK Pictures
Zip Cinema
United Pictures
Opus Pictures


Kang, Dong-WonKANG Dong-Won
as Jeon Woo-chi
Kim, Yun-SeokKIM Yun-Seok
as Hwa-dam
Lim, Su-JeongLIM Su-Jeong
as Seo In-kyeong
Yu, Hae-JinYU Hae-Jin
as Cho Raeng-i
Song, Young-ChangSONG Young-Chang
as Buddhist monk
Joo, Jin-moJOO Jin-mo
as Shaman
Kim, Sang-HoKIM Sang-Ho
as Priest
Baek, Yun-ShikBAEK Yun-Shik
as Master Wizard
Seon, Woo-seonSEON Woo-seon
as Female doctor/goblin
Kong, Jeong-hwanKONG Jeong-hwan
as Helper/goblin
Kwon, Tae-WonKWON Tae-Won
as King
SEO Yeon-Su
as Palace girl
PARK Min-Gyoo
as White jacket
MIN Ji-Hyeok
as Jeon Woo-chi's 10
SON Hyeon-Woo
as Warrior
YUN Jong-Gu
as Aristocrat

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