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Yuthsil Sun Oukhong produced the Journey to the West in 1996 on Hong Kong TV series . It adapted on the classic Chinese novel of the same name.
Sun Wu Kong is born from a rock on the summit of Flower Fruit Mountain. Then he becomes the king of the monkeys. 300 years later, he learns the way of immortality. Especially, he mastered the various other powerful magical skills from an immortal far away from his home. When he returns, he trains his monkeys into a lethal army. Wu Kong also takes a powerful weapon from the Eastern Dragon King by force. In addition he cancels his and all monkeys’ names from the Book of Life and Death.
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This triggers a series of events, which includes Wu Kong defeating the Heavenly warriors sent to capture him, getting a post in Heaven only to leave it in anger when he finds out it has no rank whatsoever, returning yet again as The Great Sage Equal of Heaven, and lastly, committing a series of crimes. He steals quite a variety of things, including the Heavenly Empress’s peaches, the dishes prepared for an important banquet, all the holy wine, and the pills of immortality created by Lao Tzu. This results in a terrible war between Heaven and Flower Fruit Mountain.
At the end of the war, the Emperor captured and punished Wu Kong. As no weapon or lighting can harm him, the Emperor burnt him in Lao Tzu’s furnace for 49 days, which only manages to transform his eyes into Golden Fiery Eyes and make him really angry. So when the furnace is opened, he leaps out of it and proceeds to wreck total havoc in Heaven, fighting thousands of Heavenly soldiers by himself. But the Heavenly Emperor asks the Buddha for help, who crushes Wu Kong underneath the Mountain of Five Elements. The Buddha trapped him there for 500 years.