Sun Wukong
In this Asian name, the family name is Sun.

Wukong Sun (simplified Chinese: 孫悟空; pinyin: Sūn Wùkōng), also known as the Monkey King, is known as the founder of modern Kung Fu and wielder of the Ruyi Jingu Bang. He was a second generation Weaver, born from a stone statue that depicted a monkey by ancient Madō.

Biography Edit

Wukong was created by a first generation weaver who performed an ancient form of madō on a stone statue that depicted a monkey. Over the course of millennia, Wukong created and developed Kung Fu, sharing his knowledge with the people of the world.

Personality and traits Edit

The Monkey King has a long history of mischievous deeds, which made him infamous among the great weavers of the world.

Behind the scenes Edit

Sun Wukong is based on the character of the same name from the classic novel Journey to the West.