Shaolin Drunken Monkey Trailer

Shaolin Drunken Monkey Trailer (1981)

01 November 1981

Near the Abrok river bordering Korea and China, both Chinese citizens of the Qing dynasty and Chosun immigrants live together peacefully. When Yeon Ching-su of the Wol-gwan martial arts sect, a Korean, is killed in a fight against Pang of the Qing's Pacheon sect, his student Jin Ho-rim goes into the mountains to train in the art of Gol-gwon fighting skills with Master Gol-bo. He masters the Gol-gwon skills and descends to find Pang. Pang sends his henchman who is easily beaten by Ho-rim and Pang resorts to kidnapping Master Gol-bo's daughter Chu-hwa. When Ho-rim fails to rescue Chu-hwa, he challenges Pang to a fight to the finish. When Ho-rim is cornered by Pang, Master Gol-bo appears and teaches Ho-rim the secret skill of Gol-gwon and he succeeds in beating Pang. - KMDB

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Cast

Eagle Han Ying

as Silver Eagle

Bruce Cheung Mong

as Old Master of Shaolin Temple

Kim Wuk

as Silver Eagle's main thug

Guk Ching-Woon

as Mr. Wang

Crew

International Releases Dates

Korea 01 November 1981

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