Sometime long ago, during the Korean Joseon era, existed a wizard name Woochi. He was a cocky trickster, an unpredictable troublemaker and the possessor of great power. His goals in life: cause havoc for those in power, show off his skills and have fun alongside his magical servant, a man who is also a dog. But after his master is murdered by powerful inter-dimensional goblin and all of humanity is nearly destroyed by Woochi’s carelessness, he is framed for the murder and sealed inside of a painting by three Taoist gods. That is until the demons return to modern day Seoul. Now Woochi must be brought back so that he can defeat the goblins, save humanity and perhaps even get the girl. Equal parts folklore, frantic action and comedy, Dong-Hoon Choi’s Woochi is a film that lives up to its synopsis — it exists on a different plane of reality, where goblins, magicians and heavy-hitting martial arts clash in ways that are equal parts awesome and hilarious. And aside from being a bit bloated, it works perfectly and delivers a product that is loads of fun.