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Kafe souru (2009)

Not Rated | | Drama | 18 July 2009 (Japan)
A freelance reporter comes to the aid of a humble confection shop criminally threatened by land developers and weakened by distant family ties.

Director:

Masaharu Take

Writer:

Hiroko Kanasugi (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jeong-hoon Kim ... Sang-hyuk Kim
Takumi Saitoh ... Jun Isaka (as Takumi Saitô)
Dong-wook Kim Dong-wook Kim ... Sang-jin Kim
Seong-min Choi Seong-min Choi ... Sang-woo Kim
Suk-yeong Jeong Suk-yeong Jeong ... Aunt Yang
Eung-soo Kim ... Dong-choon
Seo-won Jang Seo-won Jang ... Ki-Bong
Bon-woong Ko Bon-woong Ko
Kotomi Kyôno Kotomi Kyôno ... Moriyama Satoko
Sang-won Seo Sang-won Seo ... Master
Chang-Hwan Lee Chang-Hwan Lee
Seon-a Kim
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Storyline

Jun, a Japanese freelance reporter looking for the subject of his next article, stumbles across Moran-dang, a hidden gem of a Korean traditional confection bakery right in the middle of the city of Seoul, bringing back wistful memories of Jun's own childhood in his father's shop. When construction villains maliciously threaten to seize the bakery, injuring a hand of owner/chef Sang-woo so he can't work, Jun steps in to help. It's right then, with the shop in danger of closing, that younger brother Sang-Hyuk returns home after years of drifting away for a rock-n-roll career. As Jun inspires the brothers to rally, restore family ties and reaffirm their late father's recipes, Sang-Hyuk and Jun connect in friendship to save Moran-dang. Written by 9ers Entertainment / overhauled by statmanjeff

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Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan | South Korea

Language:

Korean | Japanese | English

Release Date:

18 July 2009 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Cafe Seoul See more »

Filming Locations:

Seoul, South Korea

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Quotes

Sang-hyuk Kim: Eating is the art of senses.
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Crazy Credits

Title spells out "Cafe Soul," then the letters separate so an E can appear after the S to say "Seoul." See more »

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Night in the city
Written by Yoo-Jin Chung
Performed by Yoo-Jin Chung
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