My Annoying Brother is a 2016 South Korean comedy drama film starring Jo Jung-suk, Do Kyung-soo and Park Shin-hye. It was released in South Korea by CJ Entertainment.
My Annoying Brother Plot Explained
Doo-Sik (Cho Jung-Seok) is in jail for fraud. Doo-Young (Do Kyung-Soo), his younger stepbrother, is a promising judo athlete until an injury during a competitive match causes him to lose his eyesight. Doo-Sik appears before the parole board and advocates for his release on the basis of his stepbrother’s loss of vision. Doo-Sik is granted permission to go home on the condition that he takes care of Doo-Young for one year.
Doo-Young is a lonely old man who resides alone in his family’s mansion. His parents are both deceased. Doo-Young has withdrawn from the world since losing his eyesight. Soo-Hyun (Park Shin-Hye), his former judo coach, is the one who continues to keep contact with him. After 15 years, Doo-Sik shows up at home unexpectedly, and the two brothers attempt to reconcile.
My Annoying Brother Profile
Movie: My Annoying Brother (English title) / Brother (literal title)
Revised romanization: Hyeong
Director: Kwon Soo-Kyung
Writer: Yoo Young-A
Producer: Choi Sun-Hee, Lee Yong-Nam
Cinematographer: Ki Se-Hoon
Release Date: November 24, 2016
Runtime: 110 min.
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Brothers / Blindness
Distributor: CJ Entertainment
Country: South Korea
My Annoying Brother Cast & Crew Members
Kim Gang-Hyun – Dae-Chang
Ji Dae-Han – National Team Coach
Lim Chul-Hyung – man bumps into Doo-Young at clothing store
Lee Do-Yeon – woman kissing Doo-Young at club
Son San – parole examinant
Shim Hoon-Ki – parole examinant
Jung Jae-Jin – supermarket owner
Ku Hye-Ryeong – employee of welfare section
Lee Sang-Hoon – employee of welfare section
Jung Doo-Kyum – doctor
Lee Yeon-Soo – Doo-Sik’s stepmother
Kwon Bum-Taek – janitor
Kang Doo – foreign car dealer
Lee Myung-Ha – hospital female employee
Yoo Si-A – young lover
Jung Ji-Hoon – Ko Doo-Young (child)