Synopsis: Jin-hyeok opens a cake shop in an old antique shop, hiring Seun-woo, Korea's best pastry chef, who fell in love with him in high school. Also there, are Soo-young, crushing on Seun-woo, ex-boxer Gi-beom, and Seun-woo's French ex-boyfriend.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Kyu-dong Min
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
107 min


I have to

tell you something.

I like you.


I just had to tell you...

I knoW...

All the girls Want you,

and you don't like guys.

But I Wanted to tell you

before graduation.

That's all.

I just had to get it out,

so don't mind me.

I'll go.

MIN Sun-Woo.

Stop right there.

Come on.

Is that really all?

You're satisfied With that?


You Want to sleep With me,

don't you?

You jerk off

thinking about me, right?

What? No, I never...

You can tell me.

- It's okay.

- Jin-hyuk...

Aren't you upset?


F*** yeah, I'm upset.

So f*** off and die

before I puke on your face,

goddamn f*ggot!

Can anyone be unhappy

While eating cake?

We have all craved for cake

in our happiest moments.

Like instinct.

Why is this so?

Hello, everyone.

I am Jean-Baptiste Evan.

We will conclude today

with the delicate Gateau au Opera.

People often turn away from it

because of its ingredients.

Chocolate, butter,

whipped cream...

Fattening, yes,

but a small price

to pay for pleasure.

A fragrant coconut flavor,

rich ganache,

all mixed with the savory

taste of almond powder.

The perfect harmony of flavors is

just like a great opera.

Leave me alone!

Or perhaps quite like the

bitter sweetness of life.

Why don't you help yourself

to a bite of life?

But be careful.

Once you're hooked,

all of your senses,

and even your soul

will never be able to forget

that rich taste of perfection.

It is a curious addiction.

You will go to the end of the world

in search of those flavors.

They are no longer mere flavors,

but more a lingering voice

forever engraved in your mind.

Do you still

wish to try a slice?

You should come home more often.

You're all smiles, Mother.

- No place like home, Son.

- Right.

Come back and

I'll cook you a feast.

I quit Work yesterday.

- What?

- What?

But you Were doing fine...

That's good, then.

You can Work for your father.

I think I'll open a cake shop.


But you hate sWeets.

All the customers are Women.

Oh my goodness.

Should I chip in a little?

- He'll need technicians first.

- It's all right, Dad.

I'll take care of it all.


What's a culinary researcher for?

Just leave it to me.

- HoW convenient.

- Yes, Mom.

Excuse me.

Nice to meet you.

I'm MIN Sun-Woo.

Oh, right.

You have quite a resume.

It's nothing.

No need to even mention Paris.

Wien, Cookie Mori, Garu...

You've gone through

all of the top shops in Korea.

People call you

a legend in this field.

That's a bit of a stretch.

I just ended up

going through a feW shops.

I can see that.

Fired Within a year

at each, right?

Oh. Yes...

There Was a braWI

betWeen the Wien employees,

because of you.

A suicide attempt at

Cookie Mori, because of you.

The Wife at Garu

ran around With a knife

because the oWner cheated.

With you.

But you don't need to

Worry about that.

It'll just be

you and me for noW.

Actually, that's

What Worries me...

I Was so startled

When I saW you.

Because you're so my type.

Was this hoW you did it?

ThroWing yourself

at anyone you see?

ThroW myself?

I've never made a move

on anyone at Work.

They all just suddenly

became infatuated With me.

It's not up to them

Whether they like me or not.

All right, don't laugh.

I'm a Gay of Demonic Charm.

I'm serious.

A Gay of Demonic Charm?

With that dumb look

on your face?

Thanks for the laugh.

- Never mind, then.

- No, Wait.

Hey, Wait a second.

Hang on.

Hey, Wait.

It was probably

his graduation day.

He walked in here

in that uniform.

It was lust at first sight.

I swear.

He was dripping with pheromones.

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