Release date8 October 2004 (2004-10-08) Initial releaseOctober 8, 2004 (South Korea) CastShin Ha-kyun (Kim Seong-hyeon), Won Bin (Kim Jong-hyeon), Tae-wook Kim (Tight pants), Kim Hae-sook (their mother) Similar moviesWon Bin and Shin Ha-kyun appear in My Brother and Guns & Talks
My Brother is a 2004 South Korean film written and directed by Ahn Gwon-tae.
Kim Jong-hyeon, a tough high school student who excels at fighting, has trouble getting along with his older brother Seong-hyeon, a studious type with a cleft palate. They were born within a year of each other, and attend the same classes at the same school, though Jong-hyeon largely ignores Seong-hyeon. Jong-hyeon also harbors some resentment towards his single mother, who seems to prefer the elder son. The conflict between them increase when both brothers fall for the same girl.
Won Bin as Kim Jong-hyeon
Shin Ha-kyun as Kim Seong-hyeon
Kim Hae-sook as their mother
Lee Bo-young as Jo Mi-ryeong
Jung Ho-bin as Young-chun
Kim Tae-wook as Tight pants
Cho Jin-woong as Du-sik
Kim Jong-man as Danchugu
The film was released in South Korea on 8 October 2004 and topped the box office for two weeks. It was the sixth best-selling South Korean film of 2004 with 2,479,585 admissions.