Title: My Brother
Director: Ahn Gwon-Tae
The time is the late 1990s. The place: a high school. Two brothers, despite being a year apart in age, are in the same class. The younger brother, Jong-hyeon (Won Bin) is a good-looking, class-A fighter. The older brother, Seong-hyeon (Shin Ha-gyun) is unbelievably tender and gentle, a class-A student.
They’ve been fighting, nearly non-stop for 17 years. Trouble began when their mother (Kim Hae-suk) favored Seong-hyeon over his younger brother. The conflict again began when both brothers fell for the same girl, the most beautiful girl in the neighborhood, Mi-ryeong (Lee Bo-yeong).
When the long-simmering emotions finally explode and a huge fight breaks out, Seong-hyeon tells his younger brother something he had never been able to say before: “Jong-hyeon, would you call me hyeong just once? I’ve never heard it before from you...”
“Hyeong” the word that younger Korea brothers call their older brothers. And yet Jong-hyeon has never said it to his brother.
An older brother who feels sorry for his younger brother... Jealous over his rivalry for the same girl, embarrassed over the unequal treatments he received from his mother, but Seong-hyeon still longs for a close relationship with his younger brother.
But still Jong-hyun never calls his older brother hyeong...
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