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  1. Full name: Sun Wukong. Other Names: King of Monkeys; The Fallen Monkey King; Great Sage, Equal of Heaven. Race: Zodac-Hai. Based off: Sun Wukong (Journey to the West from Wu Cheng'en) Bio: Powers. Immortality: Because Wukong learned the skill of longevity from Master Puti, wiped his name from the Book of Life and Death, and ate thousands of Taishang Lord’s longevity Dan medicine and.
  2. Sep 05,  · This is why Sun Wukong is so short in Stephen Chow’s film Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons. 6. He predates Journey to the West by hundreds of years Stories about a “Monkey Pilgrim” go all the way back to the Song Dynasty (). This predates the novel and even the name Sun Wukong by centuries.
  3. Sun Wukong, also known as The Great Sage Equal to Heaven or the Monkey King, is an iconic hero of Chinese folklore and the main protagonist of the 16th-century Chinese classic novel Journey to the West by the late Wu Cheng'en, and its multiple adaptations. He is a magical monkey who wields a pole known as Ruyi Jingu Bang which can extend to any length, and weighs about 17, pounds, and had.
  4. Sun Wukong (The Monkey King) Scene 1: 17 – Liu Hungjun, Tomoko Sunazaki, Midori Takada: Hebian Xi Xinu: 18 – Soung Gumnyon / Chi Soungja: Kayagum Sanjo: 19 – Jung Jung Min*, Park Jong Sun* Pansori "Simchong-ga" 20 – Park Jong Sun, Kim Bang Hyun, Kim 5/5(1).
  5. Feb 26,  · In my last video the monkey king got trapped into a stone statue, well now jackie chan, jet li and there friend have managed to free the monkey king and now the monkey is .
  6. RPG is a community of over , roleplayers from all around the world. Sun Wukong The Monkey King {i.} schematics Name: Sun Wukong Alias: "The Monkey King", "The Great Sage, Equal To Heaven" various markings and colorings due to the amounts of chi within him.
  7. The Monkey King, known as Sun Wukong (孫悟空) in Mandarin Chinese, is a legendary figure best known as one of the main characters in the 16th-century Chinese novel Journey to the West (西遊記 / 西游记) and many later stories and mezibarkegularasida.xyzinfo Monkey King's origins predate the novel and can be traced back both to the Monkey-God, Hanuman, from the Hindu epic, the Ramayana as well as.
  8. Sun Wukong was a monkey born from an ancient stone in China long ago. Over the course of many adventures he became king of the Mountain of Fruits and Flowers, learned magic and shapeshifting from a Taoist master, erased his name from the Book of Life and Death, and bullied the four dragon kings into giving him armor and weapons. Eventually, his arrogance earned him the attention of Yu Huang.

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