7 Onscreen Siblings Whose Chaotic Relationships Put The Drama In K-Drama
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7 Onscreen Siblings Whose Chaotic Relationships Put The Drama In K-Drama

Weve seen a myriad of families in K-dramas, and have watched their interactions and all the ups and downs. There are so many different bonds to explore, but sometimes a particular dynamic in a relationship is just a little more interesting on screen. Super loving parents are swell, but the bickering ones are more fun; seeing the grandchild get frustrated with a grandparents lack of knowledge about current fads can produce plenty of laughs.

But the most fun K-drama family dynamic is probably the one between siblings. While cute, adoring siblings who want to do everything for their sibling is really sweet, its not nearly as exciting as watching a sister fight with her brother, princes committing all sorts of atrocities against one another to get the throne, or sitting on the edge of our seats waiting for that sibling to finally snap and put the troublesome one in their place.

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There are so many things to love about these types of siblings who put the drama in K-drama. So lets check out a few of them!

1. High Kick 3 – Ahn Soo Jung and Ahn Jong Suk

For some glorious reason, the director of this drama decided to have fun with Krystals ability to speak English by having her call Lee Jong Suk stupid every chance she got. While the two siblings love each other, their competitive antics throughout the drama lead to some great scenes and produce plenty of laughs.

Watch a hilarious clip of their sibling dynamic below:

2. Scarlet Heart: Goryeo – the princes

At some point during this drama (starring Lee Joon Gi, IU, and Kang Ha Neul), you have to ask: are any of these brothers going to get a happy ending? I wont tell you the answer, but having one throne and too many princes is a recipe for disaster and produces plenty of dramatic moments for viewers to enjoy.

Watch the trailer for Scarlet Heart: Goryeo below!

3. Heirs – Kim Won and Kim Tan

Heirs starts off with Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) in the United States because his conniving half-brother Kim Won (Choi Jin Hyuk) wants him out of the way (in regards to controlling the family company). When Kim Tan has the gall to return to South Korea, Kim Won is hardly pleased. And thats just the beginning of the drama!

Catch the first episode of Heirs below:

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4. Cheese in the Trap – Baek In Ha and Baek In Ho

Some K-drama siblings are so hectic together that it makes you wonder how they survived to adulthood without throwing one another off a cliff. The Baek siblings (Lee Sung Kyung and Seo Kang Joon) from Cheese in the Trap have this kind of relationship. While they genuinely care about one another, they also manage to cause nothing but chaos whenever theyre in the same room.

Catch the first episode of Cheese in the Trap below:

5. Cinderella and the Four Knights – Kang Ji Woon, Kang Hyun Min, and Kang Seo Woo

Cinderella and the Four Knights is about a girl named Eun Ha Won (Park So Dam) who gets the opportunity to live in a nice house and have her university tuition paid – all she has to do is get three brothers (Lee Jung Shin, Jung Il Woo, and Ahn Jae Hyun), who want absolutely nothing to do with each other, to actually get along for their grandfather. This proves to be a task more difficult than she could have ever thought.

Watch the trailer for Cinderella and the Four Knights below:

6. Triangle – Jang Dong Soo, Jang Dong Chul, and Jang Dong Woo

Three brothers (Im Siwan, Kim Jaejoong, and Lee Beom Soo) get separated at a young age and are forced into different sides of the law – one is a detective, one is a career criminal, and one is set to inherit a shady casino. All three end up in an explosive situation, where theres plenty of betrayal to go around and only a partial idea of their familial connection. Times are hard for these three brothers.

Catch the first episode of Triangle below:

7. High Society – Jang Yoon Ha, Jang Ye Won, and Jang So Hyun

Jang Yoon Ha (UEE) is stuck in a typical K-drama family thats rich and dysfunctional. Not only does her second sister (Yoo So Young) make life twice as hard with all her selfish needs, but the eldest sister (Yoon Ji Hye) will do pretty much anything to take over the family company, including ruin Yoon Has life. The stakes are high and not even blood in this case can be considered a tie that binds.

Catch the first episode of High Society below:

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Hey Soompiers, which K-drama siblings make you question their sibling bonds but are often interesting to watch? Let us know in the comments below!

heytoto currently teaches ELL in Seoul, South Korea and can usually be found sipping a latte and craving a drama with plenty of shenanigans.