Jack O' Lantern, the first generation king, has set up certain laws that govern the Chachaoong, and are enforced by Chau Yoong. Though these laws are not explicitly listed anywhere, they frequently come up when dealing with the major plot of the webtoon. Because it is one of Chau Yoong's responsibilities to ensure these rules are followed, most Chachaoong are apprehensive about provoking him. However, there are Chachaoong that flagrantly break these laws, particularly the the laws regarding killing others.
First Generation LawsEdit
1. Taking a life without a valid reason is forbidden.
- Though fights among Chachaoong are extremely common, premeditated murder appears to be explicitly forbidden unless there is a valid cause.
- Killing young Chachaoong is an especially heinoous crime, as well as an abuse of power. Ja Gwi was guilty of this and punished by Chau Yoong, accordingly.
'2. 'Humans cannot know of the existence of Chachaoongs.
- Chau Yoong (and other Chachaoong like Bi Gak) have various abilities that can prevent humans from entering an area where Chachaoongs are actively using their powers.
- Many Chachaoong are capable of erasing memories toward this end, as well.
3. It is permitted to challenge the new king.
- Though Chau Yoong usually intervenes in fights between Chachaoong, he does allow other Chachaoongs to challenge the new king and won't interfere in their fights.
4. Aberrations and flaws within the first generation must be corrected so they do not reoccur.
- Twins are one of the known aberrations, and are taboo. Twins among the first generation must be killed by Chau Yoong so those same flaws do not occur again during the second generation.
- It is unknown what other possible aberrations might exist within the first generation of Chachaoongs.
5. Second generation Chachaoongs cannot be born until the second king ascends the throne.
- When Jack's power temporarily weakened, a number of second generation Chachaoongs were born. However, because Jack is still on the throne, they could not be born properly and it resulted in a number of gruesome deaths of both Humans and, presumably, Chachaoong.