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Gender Male
Species Human
Debuted in Crazy Arcade
Hometown Boom Hill
Date introduced • October 2001 [KOR]
• February 10, 2010 [NA]
Stats • Count: 1/?
• Blast: 2/?
• Speed: 4/?
Special forms Luxury Kephi
Abbreviated name KEPHI
Availability • Yes [KOR]
• Yes [CHN]
• Yes [NA]
Availability • Yes [KOR]

Plunk (Korean: 케피; Kephi) is a protagonist in the Crazy Arcade series.


Physical appearance[edit]

Plunk is a portly boy in a dog-like costume.


Plunk becomes scared easily and cries often.

In the video games[edit]


Plunk was introduced to the Crazy Arcade series with the release of Crazy Arcade in South Korea. In PopTag!, Plunk is one of the eight regular characters who can be selected by the player. His stats are:

  • Count: 1/?
  • Blast: 2/?
  • Speed: 4/?

An upgraded version of Plunk, called Luxury Kephi in Korean, is also available for purchase with NX at the Shop. Luxury Kephi has overall better stats than regular Plunk. His stats are:

  • Count: 2/?
  • Blast: 1/?
  • Speed: 5/?

Hidden Catch[edit]

Plunk and the rest of the eight regular playable characters in PopTag! were also playable in Crazy Arcade's Hidden Catch.


In KartRider, Plunk is a playable character. He can also be purchased at the shop.


In BubbleFighter, Plunk is a playable character. He can also be purchased at the shop.


In AirRider, Plunk is a non-playable character who can be found in front of the town hall in Boom Hill Square.

In other media[edit]


Plunk is the one of the main protagonists in the cartoon television show, DaoBazzi Boom Hill Uproar.


Plunk is the one of the protagonists in the manhwa series Crazy Arcade: Offline Battle and CrazyRacing KartRider World Tour.


  • Plunk's English name was originally "Chunk" in the North American KartRider.
  • Plunk is the only one of the original eight characters in Crazy Arcade who is not playable in AirRider. He is instead replaced by Mobi.

In other languages[edit]

  • Korean: 케피 (RR: Kae'pi; transl.: Kephi)