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What is the difference between eotteon, museun, and mwo/mueot in Korean?

1.For example : Museun/eotteon yonghwareul polkkayo? (What film do you want to see?)
Question : Are museun and eotteon always used before noun in question sentence?
2.For example : Igeoseun mueosimnikka? (What is this?)
Question : Igeoseun means this things? If the answer is yes, that means igeoseun includes in noun, but why uses mueot/mueos, not eotteon/museun?
3.For example : Oneureun museun yoil imnikka? (What day today?)
Yoil means day and day includes in noun, if I want to say "Oneul yoireun mueosimnikka?", is it right or wrong?
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For learning: Korean
Base language: English
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    1. Yes, 무슨 and 어떤 are adjectives.

    2. 이것 = this, 은 = topic marker.

    3. Wrong. 오늘 = today, 무슨 is an adjective that's used to refer to something you don't know what it is. 오늘은 무슨 요일입니까? = As for today, what day is it? (Simply, "What day is it today?")

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