Set in Joseon, the story depicts a battle to gain the propitious site for a grave.

Director:

Hee-kon Park

Writer:

Jung Ja-Young
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Cast

Credited cast:
Cho Seung-woo ... Park Jae-sang
Moon Chae-Won ... Cho-Sun
Seong Ji ... Lee Ha-eung
Seong-gyoon Kim ... Kim Byung-ki (as Sung-Kyun Kim)
Ahn Seong-Bong Ahn Seong-Bong ... Gaya temple military officer
Do-Yeob Kim Do-Yeob Kim ... Soosimnyeo
Kwang-Hyeon Kim Kwang-Hyeon Kim ... Captain of King Guards
Kyung-Hyun Jo Kyung-Hyun Jo ... Servant
Song-Ha Yeon Song-Ha Yeon ... Rumor Gisaeng 1
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Storyline

One's ancestors' tomb spot could change one's destiny. Jae-Sang (CHO Seung-Woo), a prodigal geomancer, loses his family while trying to stop the Kim family from conquering Korea by getting their hands on all the propitious tomb spots. 13 years later, Heung-Sun from a fallen royal family comes to Jae-Sang and suggests ousting the Kim family from power. The two men decide to work together, but they soon reach conflict when they learn of a tomb spot that would produce two kings in a family.

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Genres:

Drama | History

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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The film is the third and final installment of Jupiter Film's three-part film project on the Korean fortune-telling traditions, following The Face Reader (2013) and The Princess and the Matchmaker (2018). See more »

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Asian would understand better the story
10 September 2019 | by madbird-61243See all my reviews

I am seeing this because of Jisung, who is the second lead. His acting is up to my expectation. His role allows him to apply his excellent acting skills. He acts like a crown when in a scene he is humiliated by a powerful minister. But as the story develops he becomes an aggressive minister who successfully let his son to be the king.

The first male lead and the young king both are ok. The plot is quite rich and enchanting. Jisung's son surprisingly becomes the king. And it ends with the first male lead, a fengshui expert, giving advice to Korean fighters where to set up the military school. It makes me think of Mr Sunshine.

The movie is centered on fungshui, where the location of ancestors' grave determines the well being of descendants. Fengshui can hardly be understood by Westerners. Hence the low rating.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

19 September 2018 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Feng Shui See more »

Filming Locations:

South Korea

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$9,644, 23 September 2018

Gross USA:

$64,147

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$15,702,302
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Dolby Digital

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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