Journey to the West is one of the “four great Chinese novels” of Ngo Thua An. The work was first edited in 1927, but the most widely known version was that of director Duong Khiet released in 1986. Although this version is said to be the closest to the original, it omits or adds many details. details.
One of the main characters of Journey to the West is Tang Tang, also known as Tang San Tang. This is also the central character of the group of teachers and students who went to Tay Thien to ask for sutras.
The problem was that Tang Sang had to go through 81 tribulations before he could get the true scriptures and cultivate to fruition. Most of those tribulations were being stalked and eaten by demons. The demons all thought that if they could eat Tang Tang, they would live forever.
But there is a strange thing is that Tang Tang is caught by the demon over and over again. During the whole journey, I don’t know how many times I blamed Wukong and then apologized after realizing I was wrong. Once or twice, don’t say it, this time and again, but still don’t wake up, just go into the cage for the demon to catch it back to its lair.
However, it has to be said again and again, even though he made many mistakes, Tang Tang also actively admitted his mistakes and dared to frankly admit he was wrong. So much so that some fans even commented that: “Taisang Tang’s life maxim: Positively admitting mistakes, dying without repentance”.
Here are some moments in Journey to the West that clearly show this.
Some netizens’ comments about this:
– 1 accident in Nu Nhi Quoc belongs to the master, the remaining 80 lives belong to Wukong.
Tang Tang is probably the dumbest person I’ve ever met. There’s nothing wrong with a mistake that I made dozens of episodes and still don’t recognize it. But that’s okay, the movie…
– If I were Ngo Khong, I would have applied for a leave of absence, but who is free.
– Wukong’s biggest karma is to carry this Tripitaka!
– That’s right, when I was a kid, my teacher was horrible, told me 1-2 times that I was deceived because I haven’t experienced life. But after going to pray for sutras for decades, one life after another, they are still deceived like that. I don’t know whether to praise an innocent sentence or curse a stupid one.
Cre: Lost Bird