Ciné de Chef

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Ciné de Chef
The main entrance of Ciné de Chef in Apgujeong-dong
Restaurant information
Established 3 May 2007
Current owner(s) CJ CGV
City Seoul
Country South Korea

Ciné de Chef is a combined luxury movie theatre and gourmet restaurant, located in Apgujeong, southern Seoul. It is operated by CJ CGV, South Korea's largest multiplex movie theatre chain, and opened on 3 May 2007, drawing over 2000 viewers in its first few months.[1][2]

The theatre seats just thirty people in deluxe chairs costing ₩8 million each, and is equipped with 11.1 channel speakers which surround the entire theatre, including the floor and ceiling. In the restaurant, Le Cordon Bleu-certified chefs serve modern Asian cuisine. Other services provided by Ciné de Chef include valet parking, a private elevator, an escort service and English-speaking staff. Tickets cost in the region of ₩60,000–100,000.[3][4]


  1. ^ "Movie Chain to Open Luxury Theater in Seoul". KBS Global, 1 May 2007. Retrieved on 28 October 2008.
  2. ^ "Luxury cinema gains popularity among high-income moviegoers". Yonhap News Agency, 17 June 2007. Retrieved on 28 October 2008.
  3. ^ Lee Hyo-won. "Alternative Cinema". The Korea Times, 24 January 2008. Retrieved on 28 October 2008.
  4. ^ Jeong Hyeon-ji. "Cinema, gourmet food at Cine de Chef". HanCinema, 24 May 2007; originally published by the Korea Herald. Retrieved on 28 October 2008.

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