My Annoying Brother is a 2016 Korean comedy series starring Jo Jung-suk, Do Kyung-soo, and Park Shin-hye. The film was released in Korea by CJ Entertainment on November 23, 2016. The film has topped the local box office and reached more than one million views within four days of its release. The film hit 3 million views in mid-December, and was released in Japan on May 19, 2017.
Go Doo-young (Do Kyung-soo) is a very promising national Judo athlete who has lost his sight permanently due to a collision during a competition. His half-brother, Go Doo-shik (Jo Jung-suk), who was in prison, took advantage of this, using the excuse of wanting to take care of his younger brother to get parole sooner. When Doo-shik's mother passed away, his father married a new wife and gave birth to Doo-young. Despite being treated well by the stepmother, but when the neighbors reveal that the stepmother is the midwife who took care of her mother before, Doo-shik cannot accept and runs away. When Doo-young was 18 years old, his parents died in an accident.
Doo-shik comes home from prison while Doo-young is still unstable and accepts the blind misfortune. Doo-young locks herself in a room, but Doo-shik doesn't really care about her brother. Doo-young himself is also annoyed with the appearance of his brother, so he once called the support center. Doo-shik is now afraid of being taken back to prison and behaves better.
Lee Soo-hyun (Park Shin-hye) is Doo-young's coach, she always cares about him and encourages him to continue practicing Judo to participate in the Paralympic, but Doo-young always refuses. While taking care of her brother, Doo-shik and me get closer and closer. Doo-shik helps his brother change his dress, go out to eat, shop. At this moment, Doo-shik discovers he has cancer and has only three months to live. He encouraged and even urged his brother to return to practicing Judo. Doo-shik himself repaired the house, bought food reserves, prepared everything so that by the time he left, no one would take care of his brother.
By the time Doo-young goes to Brazil for competition has come, Doo-shik lied saying that he was going to work in Busan. During his time in Brazil, Doo-young often calls him, despite struggling with the pain, Doo-shik still tries to be normal on the phone. Doo-young takes advantage of the final, but before the finals, he is nervous and scared because he is still haunted by the previous accident. Soo-hyun revealed that his brother is sick, hoping he will do his best. Doo-young knows that it is painful, wants to return to Korea right away but is encouraged by Soo-hyun, he stays to play. At the beginning of the match, he didn't play well, but remembering the memories of his brother gave him strength to perform excellently and to win the gold medal. Meanwhile in Korea, in the hospital, Doo-shik also watches his brother's match through his laptop. At the end of the film, Doo-shik dies, Doo-young lives stronger and more independent.
Jo Jung-suk as Go Doo-shik
Jeon Ha-neul as a young Doo-shik
Do Kyung-soo as Go Doo-young
Jung Ji-hoon as a young Doo-young
Park Shin-hye is Lee Soo-hyun