Introduction: During the Republic of China, Cai Yan, a pirate gang leader, was framed, and was later taken in by Zen Master Hui Yuan, abbot of the South Shaolin Temple, under the guise of amnesia. In the face of pirates hunting and killing, the Southern Shaolin disciples used flesh and blood to protect the villagers, and they also influenced Cai Yan, who did not believe in the world, and helped him grow into a story about the "glaring King Kong" who protects the land and water.