GenreDrama, Romance ScreenplayKim Hyeon-Seok WriterHyun-seok Kim LanguageKorean
Release dateFebruary 5, 2015 (2015-02-05) Initial releaseFebruary 5, 2015 (South Korea) CastJung Woo (Oh Geun-tae (20s)), Kim Yun-Seok (Oh Geun-tae (40s)), Han Hyo-joo (Min Ja-young (20s)), Kim Hee-ae (Min Ja-young (40s)), Jin Goo (Lee Jang-hee (20s)), Jang Hyun-sung (Lee Jang-hee (40s)) Similar moviesMy Sister, the Pig Lady, Sunshine Love, He's on Duty, The Treacherous, You've Got Mail, The Ugly Truth
TaglineOne muse who inspired their music and the only man she loved
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C'est si bon (Hangul: 쎄시봉; RR: Ssesibong) is a 2015 South Korean musical drama film written and directed by Kim Hyun-seok. It was released on February 5, 2015.
C'est si bon (French for "It's so good") was a legendary, real-life acoustic music lounge in the 1970s located in Mugyo-dong, Seoul. It was very popular with Koreans in their twenties and thirties, who went there to listen to live music performed by some of the most talented young musicians of the era. Among them was the folk music duo Twin Folio composed of Yoon Hyung-joo and Song Chang-sik; this film depicts the band's beginnings while including a fictional third member, Oh Geun-tae.
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In the late 1960s, C'est si bon was the music lounge every unknown acoustic band dreamed of playing, and where Korea's leading folk musicians were born. It is where Geun-tae, a naïve country boy, meets musical prodigies and rivals Hyung-joo and Chang-sik. Together they form a band and name themselves after the iconic venue — the C'est si bon Trio. As the three young musicians bicker over their music, beautiful socialite Ja-young enters the picture and becomes their muse, launching a series of moving love songs. Ja-young falls for the pure-hearted Geun-tae, but they part ways when she accepts a once-in-lifetime shot at an acting career. 20 years later in the 1990s, Geun-tae and Ja-young meet again.
C'est si bon was released in South Korea on February 5, 2015. It topped the box office on its opening weekend, with 642,000 admissions and ₩5.14 billion (US$4.63 million) gross over four days, but it quickly dropped down the chart in the following weeks, eventually grossing a lackluster ₩13,556,519,358 (US$11.5 million) from 1,715,370 admissions (halfway its break-even point of 3 million admissions).