Journey to the West relates the amazing adventures of the priest San-zang as he travels west in search of Buddhist sutras with his three disciples, the irreverent and capable Monkey, greedy Pig, and Friar Sandy. The opening chapters recount the earlier exploits of Monkey, culminating in his rebellion against Heaven. The main story, the journey, takes the priest through all kinds of entertaining trials and tribulations, mainly at the hands of monsters and spirits who want to eat him. Only the courage and powers of his disciples, especially Monkey, save him from death.
Runtime: 40 minutes
Journey to the West - Journey to the West II - Netflix
Journey to the West II is a Hong Kong television series adapted from the novel of the same title. The series was produced by TVB and was first broadcast on TVB Jade in Hong Kong from October to December 1998. It is a sequel to the 1996 television series Journey to the West, also produced by TVB, which covered only the first half of the novel. Benny Chan takes over the role of the Monkey King from Dicky Cheung in Journey to the West II, while the other principal cast members Kwong Wah, Wayne Lai and Evergreen Mak reprise their roles from the previous series.
Journey to the West - Other cast - Netflix
Note: Some cast members played multiple roles. Rebecca Chan as Princess Iron Fan Gordon Liu as Bull Demon King, Golden Horned King Chillie Poon as Mantangjiao Derek Kok as Long Armed Ape Monkey, Wu Gang Kingdom Yuen as Crow Demon Joyce Chan as Little Cloud Sparrow, Xiaocui Angie Cheung as Python Demon (formerly the Sparrow Fairy until she's cursed by another Python Demon) Danny Summer as Yellow Brows Great King Joyce Koi as Guanyin Chor Yuen as Buddha Wong Wai-leung as Siddhartha (the Buddha before he attained nirvana)
Lau Dan as Venerable Zhihui Wong Wai as Subhuti Paul Chun as Maitreya, Elephant Demon Lee Lung-kei as Jade Emperor Leung Bo-jing as Queen Mother of the West Louisa So as Eldest Fairy Xueliang, Queen Joe Ma as Erlang Shen Ken Lok as Celestial Hound Cheung Ying-choi as Taibai Jinxing Melissa Ng as Nüwa Wah Chung-nam as Taishang Laojun Suen Kwai-hing as Nanji Xianweng, Constable Yu Tze-ming as Day Duty Star, Turtle Chancellor Kwok Tak-shun as Old Man under the Moon, Master Cheng Cindy Au as Shancai (Red Boy) Lo Mang as Li Jing Mimi Lo as Nezha Wong Tin-dok as Earth Deity Chan Chung-kin as Manjusri Ron Ng as Mahākāśyapa Yau Biu as Duke of Thunder Suen Yan-ming, Doi Siu-man, Siu Cheuk-yiu, Kon Tze-cheng as Four Heavenly Kings Fung Sui-jan as Granny of Wind Lily Liew as Woman of Clouds Au Kar-wai as Deity of Thunder Chan Wing-chun as Lü Dongbin, Immortal Zhenyuan Wong Wai-tak as Han Xiangzi, Crown prince of Wuji Wong Fung-king as He Xiangu Mak Ka-lun as Lan Caihe Leung Kin-ping as Royal Uncle Cao Koo Ming-wah as Zhongli Quan Wong Wai-lam as Iron Crutch Li Lee Hoi-sang as Elder Zhang Guo Sherming Yiu as Chang'e, Princess Wencheng Ng Man-sang as An Jing Si Lee Chi-wah as Ning Shen Si Tong Chun-sang as Mingyue Elton Loo as Cowherd Lo Cheuk-nam as Juling Shen Lau Kong as Old Dragon King Lily Li as Dragon Queen Law Lok-lam as Dragon King of the East Sea, Chen Guangrui (King of Wuji) May Kwong as Princess Pearl Akina Hong as Oyster Spirit, Meticulous Devil Yu Mo-lin as Turtle Chancellor's wife, Fish Demon Yip Chun-sing as Shrimp General Cheng Ka-sang as King Yama Tang Yu-chiu as Hell Judge Cheung Chung-ji as Hell guard Poon Chi-man as Emperor Taizong of Tang Choi Kwok-hing as Wei Zheng Wong Man-biu as Yuchi Gong Mak Tze-wun as Fang Xuanling Chiu Shek-man as Xu Shiji Yu Tin-wai as Du Ruhui Chun Hung as Cheng Yaojin, Silver Horned King, Beggar Cheung Hung-cheung as Li Jiancheng Leung Kin-ping as Li Yuanji Joey Leung as Black Bear Demon Mariane Chan as White Bone Demon Rain Lau as Spider Demon (En'en) Law Lan as Spider Demon (En'en's mother) / Golden and Silver Horned Kings' mother Lee Wai-kei as Lion Demon Lam Chun-leung as Six Eared Macaque Andy Tai as King of Spiritual Touch Irene Wong as Little Peng Girl Kenny Wong as Dream Demon Kwan Ching as King of Rakshasa, Rhinoceros Demon Lau Kwai-fong as Queen of Rakshasa Tsang Kin-ming as King of India Lee Hung-kit as King of Xinluo, Abbot of Pulin Monastery Law Kwok-hung as King of Gaochang So Yan-tze as Queen of Gaochang Chan On-ying as Witty Bug Felix Lok as Elder Jinchi Yim Man-hin Candy Chiu as Porcupine Demon Samuel Yau as Golden Haired Hou Lee Kwok-lun as Yang Songbai (Erlang Shen's father) Emily Kwan as Second Fairy Xueyao Bingqing Dickson Li as Dragon King of Qingshui River Safina Lam as Little Snow Demon Poon Bing-seung as Queen of Zhuzi Law Kwan-tso as Qingfeng