Jo Jung Suk and DO’s first ever movie together, “Hyung” has topped the Korean box office after its first week of release. “Hyung” is a comedy and drama film starring Jo Jung-suk, Do Kyung-soo, and Park Shin-hye. It was released in South Korea by CJ Entertainment on November 23, 2016. The film was among the top films that were released in the same week and it hit more than 1 million views within 4 days from its release.
The movie attracted 80,618 moviegoers in a single day on the 6th. The total amount of attractions then adds up to 2,321,467, making ‘Hyung’ #1 at the box office as stated by the Korean Film Council on December 7. There were many bromance scenes during the movie as it was about the two being brothers. Allkpop has reported that the two shared many scenes together that required great chemistry. “Hyung” depicts the bromantic story of Doo Young (played by EXO DO), a Judo athlete and is the younger brother, and Doo Shik, the coy older brother who just got released from prison. Many funny, shocking and dramatic scenes ensued after the meeting of the two estranged brothers. DO and Jo Jung Suk has also sung the OST of the movie. They sang “Don’t Worry” for the movie “Hyung”. Meanwhile, the movie “Hyung” is followed by “Missing” starring Gong Hyo Jin and Uhm Ji Won with a total of 849,692 viewer attractions so far. This movie is definitely a must watch as Jo Jung Suk and DO overflows with chemistry as brothers. Also, Park Shin Hye is in the movie too! The movie might be shown worldwide too as both stars are hallyu start especially DO because he is a member of the most famous boy group EXO. Watch the teaser below! Also, listen to the OST!