Fengshui is a South Korean historical film directed by Park Hee-gon, released on September 19, 2018 in South Korea2. It tells the story of an expert in pungsu (the Korean equivalent of feng shui) who can determine the land that brings good fortune and the people revolving around him who compete to occupy this land in order to change their destiny. and become a whip.
This film is the third and final installment in a trilogy produced by Jupiter Film on Korean fortune telling traditions, following The Face Reader (2013) and The Princess and the Matchmaker (2018) 3.
He totaled more than 2 million viewers at the 2018 South Korean box office for $ 15.6 million in revenue.
In nineteenth-century Joseon Korea, a confrontation takes place between two factions seeking to appropriate a place declared suitable for a burial and to make the owner a king.
Cho Seung-woo: Park Jae-sang
Ji Seong: Prince Daewongun
Kim Sung-kyun: Kim Byung-ki
Baek Yun-shik: Kim Jwa-geun
Moon Chae-won: Cho-sun
Yoo Jae-myung: Goo Yong-sik
Lee Won-geun: King Heonjong
Park Choong-sun: Jung Man-in
Kim Min-jae: Crown Prince Hyomyeong
Kang Tae-oh: Won-kyung
Tae In-ho: Chun Hee-yeon