the anthems are more of a true park ski, theyre super soft, and theyre meant to be mounted center. the kungs are pretty stiff (similar to the PE) and are more of an all mountain ski, but they could be sick in the park. you should give some more info like height weight, what you want to use them for, where you live, etc
Yeah, they're both on the fatter end as far as park skis go. Anthems are symmetrical and super buttery, so pretty much ultimate on rails and jibs, amazing switch, and the width makes them stable on jumps.
The kung fujas (though I'm sure nobody other than schmies or the pros or some random demo-ers have ridden them) look like they're more for all mountain than park. They're aimed at being skied everywhere, including the park, and powder. Not sure what the flex is on them, but Frank Raymond was riding them and he said they were super soft... Same dimensions pretty much as the original seth, but an almost symmetrical flex pattern if I remember right.
tips on the kung fujas are pretty soft with a stiffer tail, solid all mountain performance, but still playful. i really liked them when i skied them. it depends on how you like the flex of your ski.
the anthems feel softer, because of the butter zones, which you may or may not like. i'm a little bigger than you, 6'5, 200, and love the anthems. i like the playfulness and love the symmetrical sidecut. its a matter of preference. for pure park, id go anthems, i rode them in a foot in a half at brighton this year with little problems, they were still fun and jibby.