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Ju Ji Hoon (Actor) | Yoo Ah In (Actor) | Choi Ji Ho (Actor) | Yeo Jin Goo
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Television heartthrob Ju Ji Hoon of Princess Hours fame leaps to the big screen in 2008 with the delicious blockbuster Antique. Based on the best-selling Japanese comic Antique Bakery, this delectable crowd-pleaser revolves around a cake shop run by four dashing patissiers who drive both men and women wild. Winner of the Popularity Award at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards, Ju Ji Hoon stars as the cake shop proprietor, along with Yu Ah In (Boys of Tomorrow), Choi Ji Ho (Time Between Dog and Wolf), and Coffee Prince's Kim Jae Wook who gives an eye-catching performance as a gay pastry chef. Directed by Min Kyu Dong (Mementor Mori), Antique was an instant hit with audiences thanks to its irresistible cast and feel-good tale of friendship and pastries. The film also screened in the Culinary Cinema section of the 2009 Berlin Film Festival.

Handsome and smooth-talking corporate heir Jin Hyuk (Ju Ji Hoon) seems to have it all, but he's looking for something more, something sweeter. Though he hates cakes, he decides to open a cake shop, and hires gay high school classmate Sun Woo (Kim Jae Wook), a genius patissier with a demonic charm that no man can resist. No man, that is, except Jin Hyuk. Joined by earnest boxer-turned-patissier Gi Beom (Yu Ah In) and dim-witted bodyguard Su Young (Choi Ji Ho), they open shop in a renovated antique store in a quiet neighborhood. Brought to the same cake shop for different reasons, these four handsome men don't know what lies ahead. But one thing's for sure, when the doors to Antique swing open, the neighborhood will never be the same again!

This edition comes with audio commentary, making of, cast featurettes, art and costume design featurette, outtakes, Berlin Film Festival footage, trailer, and other special features.

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Product Title: Antique (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Antique (DVD) (雙碟裝) (初回限量版) (韓國版) Antique (DVD) (双碟装) (初回限量版) (韩国版) アンティーク ~ 西洋骨董洋菓子店 ~ (2枚組初回限定版) (韓国版) 서양골동양과점앤티크 (DVD) (2디스크) (초회한정판) (한국판)
Also known as: 洋果子王子, 西洋骨董洋果子店 洋果子王子, 西洋骨董洋果子店
Artist Name(s): Ju Ji Hoon (Actor) | Yoo Ah In (Actor) | Choi Ji Ho (Actor) | Yeo Jin Goo | Kim Jae Wook (Actor) | Andy Gillet 朱智勛 (Actor) | 劉亞仁 (Actor) | 崔志浩 (Actor) | 呂珍九 | 金材昱 (Actor) | Andy Gillet 朱智勋 (Actor) | 刘亚仁 (Actor) | 崔志浩 (Actor) | 吕珍九 | 金材昱 (Actor) | Andy Gillet チュ・ジフン (Actor) | ユ・アイン (Actor) | チェ・ジホ (Actor) | ヨ・ジング | キム・ジェウク (Actor) | Andy Gillet 주지훈 (Actor) | 유아인 (Actor) | 최지호 (Actor) | 여진구 | 김 재욱 (Actor) | Andy Gillet
Director: Min Kyu Dong 閔圭東 闵圭东 ミン・ギュドン 민규동
Release Date: 2009-03-18
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Publisher: KD Media
Other Information: 2 Discs
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1014451850

Product Information

* Screen Format : Anamorphic widescreen Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround 2.35 : 1
* Sound Mix : Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround
* Extras :

Disc1
- 본편
- 코멘터리 (민규동감독,주지훈,김재욱,유아인,최지호)
- 에프터코멘터리

Disc2
- 파티쉐 되기(메이킹)
- 4조각 케익
- 쉬폰 : 김지훈
- 티라마스 : 김재욱
- 무스 : 유아인
- 쇼콜라 : 최지호
- 케익재료(의상, 미술세트)
- NG
- IN 베를린
- 포토갤러리
- 예고편

* Director : 민규동

무한도전, 고수되기 2개월 프로젝트!

<서양골동양과자점 앤티크>는 신예 배우들의 남다른 연기 열정의 결정체다. 캐릭터의 리얼리티를 살리기 위해 민규동 감독은 캐스팅 직후 모든 배우들에게 각각의 캐릭터에 요구되는 트레이닝을 주문했다. 배우들은 촬영 2개월 전부터 개인 일정을 모두 희생한 채 거의 매일 이른 새벽부터 늦은 밤까지 파티쉐 수업, 불어 수업, 복싱 트레이닝, 댄스 수업 등을 받으며 각자의 역할을 완벽하게 소화하기 위해 구슬땀을 흘렸다.

Step1. 파티쉐 수업

시나리오 대본보다 파티쉐 이론서를 먼저 독파해야 했던 배우들. 이름도 외기 어려운 각종 케이크에 대해 막힘 없이 설명해야 하는 '영업의 달인 사장'역의 주지훈에겐 이론위주의 수업이, '파티쉐'와 '파티쉐 견습생' 역할을 맡은 김재욱과 유아인에겐 케이크 제조 실습위주의 수업이 진행됐다. 특히 김재욱과 유아인은 영업시간을 피해 새벽에 진행되는 실습 때문에 쪽잠을 자가며 기본기에 속하는 '마들렌'부터 까다로운 공정의 '오페라'까지 20여 종의 케이크를 직접 만들어 보는 특훈을 받았다. 밀가루 냄새 가실 날 없이 매일같이 성실하게 수업에 참여한 배우들은 결국, 반죽부터 케이크 장식까지 영화 속에 나오는 모든 케이크 제조 장면들을 대역 없이 소화해내는 가 하면, 촬영 현장에서 직접 만든 케이크를 스탭들에게 간식으로 제공했을 정도로 수준급 실력을 갖추게 됐다.

전직 프로복서 '기범'역을 맡은 유아인은 호리호리 가는 체형 때문에 5kg의 체중을 증량시키고 매일 헬스와 복싱 트레이닝을 반복하며 근육을 늘려야 했다. 촬영 전 파티쉐 실습과 복싱수업을 병행하는 빡빡한 스케줄도 견뎌냈지만, 문제는 크랭크인 후에 발생했다. 복싱 씬 촬영이 촬영후반부에 배치된 것. 케이크광이라는 캐릭터 설정상 거의 매 장면 고칼로리 케이크들을 수 없이 먹어치워야 했던 그로선 촬영기간 내내 몸을 유지하는 트레이닝도 보통 일이 아니었다. 본래 운동을 즐기지 않는 그에겐 고행과도 같았던 <앤티크> 촬영. 그러나 유아인은 한결 남자답고 다부진 몸매를 갖게 된 것이 <앤티크> 출연의 가장 큰 이득이었다며 너스레를 떨었다고.

Step3. 불어 교육

프랑스인 파티쉐 '쟝' (앤디 질렛)이 비중 있는 조연으로 등장하는 만큼, 그의 상대역인 김재욱과 주지훈에게도 많은 분량의 불어 대사가 주어졌다. 불어를 배워본 적이 단 한번도 없는 두 배우가 발음 까다롭기로 유명한 불어로 감정연기까지 소화해야 했기에, 제작진은 특별히 방송인 '이다도시'를 강사로 초빙해 2개월간 1대1 집중교육을 실시했다. < 앤티크>를 통해 배우들과 사제의 인연을 맺은 '이다도시'는, 불어연기가 있는 촬영일이면 스케줄을 모두 제치고 현장에 달려와 배우들의 연기를 도와주었고, 두 배우의 우정출연 요청에 기꺼이 영화 속 까메오로 출연하는 등 각별한 제자 사랑을 과시했다는 후문이다.

영화 속 댄스씬들과 뮤지컬 퍼포먼스를 위해 배우들은 2개월 간 꾸준히 댄스 수업을 받았다. 처음에 강사로부터 몸치 판정을 받을 정도로 박자를 놓치곤 하던 주지훈은 특유의 근성으로 혹독하게 연습한 결과, 수준급 실력의 전문 뮤지컬 배우들과 어깨를 나란히 하며 완벽한 군무를 선보였고, 마성의 게이 역할의 김재욱은 낯을 가리는 평소 성격에 비추어 도저히 소화해내지 못할 것 같았던 파격적이고 섹시한 안무를 한번의 NG없이 완벽하게 소화해내 제작진을 놀라게 했다. 연기에 대한 열정 하나로 가능했던 2개월간의 무한 도전. <앤티크>에는 영화를 위해 몸 사리지 않고 노력한 신예 4인방의 열정이 구석구석 배어있다.

무한도전, 고수되기 2개월 프로젝트!
배우들은 촬영 2개월 전부터 개인 일정을 모두 희생한 채 거의 매일 이른 새벽부터 늦은 밤까지 파티쉐 수업, 불어 수업, 복싱 트레이닝, 댄스 수업 등을 받으며 각자의 역할을 완벽하게 소화하기 위해 구슬땀을 흘렸다.

<올드보이><타짜><미녀는 괴로워><식객>의 흥행계보를 잇는, 베스트셀러 일본만화 원작 영화
'순정만화 부문 판매 1위'를 기록한 바 있는 베스트셀러 만화로 수많은 매니아 팬을 거느리고 있다.

감독, 배우의 코멘터리
'민규동감독, 주지훈, 김재욱, 유아인, 최지호의 진지한 초보 연기자의 연기에 대한 자기 성찰과 반성 그리고 재미 있었던 제작 뒷 이야기를 코멘터리와 함께 감상 할 수 있다 케이크와 남자는 맛을 봐야 안다! 단 것이라면 질색하면서 손님이 대부분 여자라는 어이없는 이유로 케이크 가게를 오픈한 엉뚱한 사장 ‘진혁’ (주지훈). 뜬금없이 한적한 주택가 골목에 자리잡은 것도 모자라 몇 백만 원짜리 앤틱 식기에 케이크를 담아 내오고 새벽 2시까지 영업을 하는 별난 케이크숍 ‘앤티크’를 차린 후, 진혁은 케이크의 맛을 책임져줄 인물로 천재 파티쉐 ‘선우’ (김재욱)를 영입한다. 그런데 선우는 하필이면 고교시절 진혁에게 사랑을 고백해왔던 껄끄러운 동창생! 거기다 누구나 첫눈에 반하게 만드는 ‘마성의 게이’로 180도 변신해 끊임없이 남자 문제를 일으키는 통에 몇 달째 직원조차 구하기 힘들다. 결국 선우의 케이크 맛에 홀딱 반한 케이크광 ‘기범’이 주방 보조이자 견습생으로 들어오고, 진혁을 도련님이라고 부르며 그림자처럼 따라다니는 진혁의 보디가드 ‘수영’ (최지호)이 서빙을 맡게 된다.

네 남자가 모여 마침내 본격적인 영업을 시작한 앤티크. 그런데 이 네 남자, 멀쩡한 겉모습들과는 달리 무언가 수상하다!? 마성의 게이로 이름을 날리며 남자들과는 거침없이 복잡한 연애를 즐기는 선우가 어찌된 일인지 여자 앞에만 서면 벌벌 떠는 심각한 여성공포증이 있고, 곱상한 외모와는 달리 몹시 거친 성격의 기범은 알고 보니 최연소 동양챔피언이었던 전직 복서. 게다가 몸짱 보디가드 수영은 건장한 외모가 무색한 어리버리 사고뭉치로 오히려 진혁의 보살핌을 받고 있다. 그리고 제일 의뭉스런 일은 평소엔 수다스럽고 익살스런 호색한 진혁이 가족만 나타나면 품행 방정하고 착하디 착한 재벌 2세 도련님으로 대변신을 하는 것인데..!

겉만 보곤 도저히 알 수 없는 알쏭달쏭 네 남자, 다들 무슨 속사정인 걸까? 모델 뺨치는 외모의 사장과 점원이 서빙을 하고, 마성의 게이인 천재 파티쉐가 케이크를 만들고, 전직 복싱 챔피언이 주방보조인 별난 케이크숍 ‘앤티크’달콤한 네 남자의 아찔한 비밀을 둘러싸고 웃음과 감동의 드라마가 펼쳐진다!
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March 2, 2010

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Entertaining and fabulously fruity, Korean film Antique is so deliciously entertaining a moviegoing experience that its flaws are easily excused. Based on the Japanese manga Antique Bakery by Fumi Yoshinaga, Antique was brought to the screen by director Min Kyu-Dong (Memento Mori), and he gives the adaptation a fun and colorful spin perfectly suited to cinema. Min unleashes an array of narrative techniques - split screens, onscreen animation, musical numbers, dream sequences - to tell this fast-paced, sitcom-friendly tale of four impossibly beautiful guys working at the same bakery. Along the way, they change, mature, and help the police catch a child-killing kidnapper. Yeah, you read that right.

Ju Ji-Hoon of blockbuster K-drama The Palace stars as Jin-Hyeok, the sweets-hating proprietor of Antique, a patisserie that serves its treats on antique dishware. Seon-Woo (Kim Jae-Wook) is Antique's talented patissier, and is what the subtitles call a "Gay of Demonic Charm", possessing the only-in-manga ability to charm nearly any man, gay or straight, such that they'll go crazy trying to win his favor. Jin-Hyeok is immune to Seon-Woo's charms, which is a holdover from the duo's high school days when Jin-Hyeok famously and rather rudely refused Seon-Woo's confession of love. As fate would have it, the two team up years later to hawk cakes to their sugar-addicted customers, and they do it with style and aplomb, not to mention plenty of failed flirtations from Seon-Woo and verbal abuse from Jin-Hyeok.

Joining Jin-Hyeok and Seon-Woo are Ki-Beom (Yoo Ah-In), a young ex-boxer who wants to work at Antique because he can't get enough cake, and Soo-Yeong (Choi Ji-Ho), Jin-Hyeok's burly but shy childhood friend who always wears sunglasses and may be homosexual. All four of the characters have their issues and backstories, and the film introduces them all in fast, furious, and somewhat disjointed fashion. The narrative isn't always coherent; Antique packs in a ton of content into its less-than-two-hour running time, and it does so by moving at a break-neck pace, introducing us to characters and situations through offhand exposition, overlapping dialogue and scenes, and smart pauses to let important moments sink in. Min changes up his pace and tone frequently, but he never pulls the film too far from its fun, unpretentious center. This is only entertainment, and Min never pretends it's anything but, usually getting the most from his light premise and handsome, capable leading actors.

The queer content is sometimes flamboyant, echoing the source material's status as nearly a "Boys Love" manga. The film objectifies its male actors exceptionally, and is unapologetic about showing half-naked guys groping each other in a horny fashion. At the same time, the film is okay with Jin-Hyeok hurling homophobic epithets at Seon-Woo, and the film does flesh out its main characters such that they're rendered beyond their obvious bishonen stereotypes. Antique is a movie that has its cake and eats it too (pun intended), with metrosexual male cuddling and off-color insults flying left and right. Add the above to the snappy acting, slick cinematography, and fabricated art direction and you have a fun and sometimes guiltily enjoyable cinema package. Antique is a fast, funny, and sometimes rudely entertaining commercial film that handily adapts its manga inspiration while also creating its own unique identity.

The most odd thing about Antique may be its sometimes dark overtones. Besides the omnipresent serial killer subplot, the film presents Jin-Hyeok as a haunted figure, who's partly defined by attempted suicide and a dark, forgotten past. It's all a bit much for a movie celebrating the joys of baking delectable cakes, but the tonal shifts are part of the film's charm, and perfectly reflect the appeal of its specific manga genre. Manga can be so over-plotted and emotional that they're ridiculous and hard to adapt to film, but Min Kyu-Dong handles his adaptation deftly - and he does it so well, that he doesn't even have to lean on his tasty cakes and sinful recipes to make the film enjoyable. Regardless, there's still plenty of distraction to be had staring at the film's sweets, with Min delivering enough baking, eating, and serving to satiate sweet-toothed audiences anywhere. Antique is just like its signature cakes, an indulgent and artificially-sweetened confection with a fun and enjoyment that nearly crosses the line into guilty pleasure. For a dessert that sounds potentially bad for you, but for a movie it's just good, delicious fun.

by Kozo - LoveHKFilm.com

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Best. Movie. Ever. Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I can't remember how I managed to stumble across this movie on the web, but it was the absolute BEST discovery. It had me at its opening scene, and kept me smiling the entire way through, with frequent hysterical outbursts of laughter. Seriously, one of the cutest, funniest movies I have ever seen!

I really hope people aren't frowning on the homosexual content in this film, because it is what makes this story so loveable, happy, conflicting and fun... and it really couldn't be told any other way. It's GREAT. Just have an open mind; you will fall in love with all 4 Antique boys! I know I did!

Also, I was INCREDIBLY impressed by ALL the cast's acting talent. ALL of them! They are irresistibly charming and play each of their characters with such commitment. Even the sub cast does an amazing job!

So I told all my friends about this movie, and they ALL loved it. All of them! Then I went looking all over my city's international film shops for this movie (I live in Canada!) with no luck, but finally found it here on YesAsia! I cannot wait until it arrives!

Oh yeah... and you're definitely going to want a piece of cake by the end of this film ^_^ Mmmmm!
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April 3, 2009

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Excellent Movie! Watch It! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
This movie is very French. All actors did well and of course I'm a fan of Ju Ji Hoon. I'm adding my praise because it is entertaining, colorful, funny with the right exaggerations. Most importantly, I like the underlining message of enjoying your life amid imperfections and a sad past. Threat yourself to a beautiful and delicious piece of French pastry when you are down or sad, and you will feel better. Don't eat like the pastry apprentice though because you will have a heart attack! :)

TIP:Have at least one piece of your favorite French pastry ready in front of you when you start this movie because it will make you drool, lol!. Keep an open mind too! :)
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April 3, 2009

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Camp comedy, serious drama...cakes Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
By Antique having such a mix of contrasting film genre types, it could make you wonder how on earth all of this would work properly. Comedy, camp, serious drama and lots of cakes? But with a well-defined script, excellent acting and a director’s skill to blend these different film types together, makes for one of the most interesting Korean films of the year.

With parallels of sorts to the recent Coffee Prince K-drama by its serving shop setting (luxurious cakes this time instead of pricey coffee), this initially begins like a typical K-comedy. But with added breezy visuals and surreal theatricals (as much from camp-it-up Jae Wook Kim as the colorful cakes), this comedy soon switches genre gear into “Daesapo Naughty Fellas” with sudden bursts of dream like Busby Berkeley musical moments, by overhead synchronized dancers and multiple scene shifting stage theatrics. These musical aspects reflect the modern ‘theatre’ of TV cooking programmes with the multi colorful variety of cakes on display, and the paraphernalia involving four very eccentric and amusing characters. Along with this showy TV type advertisement inside the renovated Antique shop, this film illustrates a type of a “Moulin Rouge” Nicole Kidman surrealism.

But aside to the comedy and song and dance music, “Antique” also as some darker plot elements relating to Jin Hyuk’s past. In fact not far off the cake eating children scenario of Korean horror “Hansel and Gretel”. But although having dark tones, this film steps along to comedy shenanigans cadence than anything else.

All four main actors are perfect in their roles; a male gay queen cake maker who loves Jin Hyuk since school days, the irrational ‘girl rejected’ cake shop owner Jin Hyuk who as Jin Hyuk running after him than women, a cake chomping ex-boxer champ who is the shops apprentice and eats most of the cakes, and a deadpan body guard fella from Jin Hyuk’s past who is the quiet slow thinking type. The four’s perfect timing and camaraderie is excellent.

No doubt a film that requires an open mind set, but considering this is not a “No Regrets” type point maker, anyone can naturally enjoy the camp comedy and drama here like most other movies. But this isn’t any other movie though, as “Antique’s” finesse and quality firmly entrenches this into a sure fire Korean classic. Could even reap some awards, too.

Excellent 2 disk too with loads of extras worth seeing even without subtitles.
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March 30, 2009

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Simply Charming Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I found this movie to be a commical, sad, sympathetic, happy, yet if not daring film.

This is a classic tale of Antique Bakery (based off of the Japanese manga), but the Korean actors do an absolute excellent job of interpreting the story.

For those of you who are homophobes and not open minded, this is not the film for you. So don't buy this and then start bashing the film due to your beliefs. Read the description before buying this.

However, for those who are open minded, I really recommend you give this film a spin. It's like a combination of musical, play, and movie acting all in one. Some of the songs are really catchy and get to you like those from Broadway plays. (Not to mention a lot of fanservice ^^.)

I found this to be highly creative and praiseworthy. It's artistic in its presentation and you'll find yourself rewatching the film in order to see if you can interpret the movie in a different light.

This version comes with a lot of extra footage.
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March 17, 2009

Nice movie Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I wonder if I should get this version or wait for the normal version to come out. This seems very attractive, it comes with lots goodie and it's great for collection. I promised myself last year when i saw this movie's preview that I was going to buy this regardless, but I'm little money tight now. The story is classic and the actors are great, some of them are new to movie, but still great acting.
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