Sul-woon: I levitate to change light bulbs.
Mu-woon: Man, this kid is cute!
Banyagain: He's got a cute dong, too.
Sang-hwan: So you gentlemen... and this madam here... are called the Seven Masters, right? But there are only five of you. With only five, you should be...
Mu-woon: Power Rangers?
Banyagain: Don't call me madam. I'm still a virgin.
Wi-jin: Many skilled people reach the state of master without knowing. There are countless masters today. They've just adjusted to a changing world, but most are Tao disciples who fight against evil c'hi. The Seven Masters seek a leader among such people, who can restore the flow of pure c'hi to the world.
Banyagain: All confrontations begin and end with the eyes, like in The Art of War. It's the best way to win a confrontation without fighting. It's winning mastery with the eyes.
Ja-woon: Martial arts are for suppressing violence, for stopping conflict, and for avoiding cruelty. This is the truth all martial arts aspire to. Only the truly powerful can defend by anticipating an opponent.
Ja-woon: We have long called enlightened male masters Maruchi and women masters Arachi. Maruchi and Arachi, between mortals and the enlightened, were entrusted with the key to attain the state of Arahan. Arahan is an enlightened state when one has nothing more to learn. To be enlightened on the principles of all creation also means you have the power to rule over the world. Such power may create desire that leads to huge sacrifice, so the Seven Masters kept it a secret from anyone else.