|Also known as||Suspicious Brothers |
|Genre|| Drama |
|Written by||Moon Young-nam|
|Directed by||Jin Hyung-wook|
|Starring|| Ahn Nae-sang |
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|No. of episodes||70|
|Production location(s)||South Korea|
|Running time||Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 (KST)|
|Original network||Korean Broadcasting System|
|Picture format||480i SDTV|
|Audio format|| Dolby Digital |
DTS Digital Sound
Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
|Original release||October 17, 2009 –|
June 13, 2010
|Preceded by||My Too Perfect Sons|
|Followed by||All About Marriage|
Three Brothers (Korean : 수상한 삼형제; RR : Sesanghan Samhyeongje) is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Ahn Nae-sang, Oh Dae-gyu, Lee Joon-hyuk, Park In-hwan, Do Ji-won, Kim Hee-jung and Oh Ji-eun. It aired on KBS2 from October 17, 2009 to June 13, 2010 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 70 episodes.
One of the highest-rated Korean dramas in the year it aired, it topped the TV viewership ratings chart throughout its run, reaching 40%.Because of its high ratings, the originally scheduled 50 episodes was extended by 20 more. The family drama revolves around a retired police officer and his three very different sons—one is bankrupt, one is a successful businessman, and one is a police officer who marries an ex-convict's daughter.
Kim Soon-kyung is a retired police officer and father of three sons, Geon-kang, Hyun-chal and Yi-sang.
Eldest son Geon-kang has experienced many trials and failures in life, including bankruptcy and divorce. He later gets remarried to his wife Chung-nan.
Middle son Hyun-chal is a successful businessman, the envy of the town and pride of his father. His wife Woo-mi often sacrifices her happiness for the benefit of their family.
Youngest son Yi-sang followed in his father's footsteps by becoming a police officer. But father and the son often clash, especially when Yi-sang marries Eo-young. Eo-young is the daughter of his father's deadly foe, an ex-convict Soon-kyung investigated and eventually arrested a long time ago.
|2009||Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama||Ahn Nae-sang||Nominated|
|Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama||Do Ji-won||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actor||Go Se-won||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Lee Bo-hee||Nominated|
|Best New Actress||Oh Ji-eun||Nominated|
|Best Couple Award||Lee Joon-hyuk and Oh Ji-eun||Nominated|
|2010||Excellence Award, Actor in a Daily Drama||Park In-hwan||Nominated|
|Excellence Award, Actress in a Daily Drama||Do Ji-won||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Lee Bo-hee||Won|
|Best New Actress||Oh Ji-eun||Won|
|2009-10-17||1||24.3 (1st)||24.3 (1st)|
|2009-10-18||2||28.2 (1st)||28.3 (1st)|
|2009-10-24||3||19.3 (1st)||19.4 (1st)|
|2009-10-25||4||25.6 (1st)||25.2 (1st)|
|2009-10-31||5||24.0 (1st)||24.9 (1st)|
|2009-11-01||6||27.6 (1st)||27.0 (1st)|
|2009-11-07||7||24.1 (1st)||23.4 (1st)|
|2009-11-08||8||30.6 (1st)||30.1 (1st)|
|2009-11-14||9||24.1 (1st)||24.0 (1st)|
|2009-11-15||10||28.4 (1st)||28.2 (1st)|
|2009-11-21||11||25.6 (1st)||25.2 (1st)|
|2009-11-22||12||32.5 (1st)||33.0 (1st)|
|2009-11-28||13||27.9 (1st)||28.3 (1st)|
|2009-11-29||14||32.6 (1st)||32.8 (1st)|
|2009-12-05||15||20.0 (2nd)||19.7 (2nd)|
|2009-12-06||16||32.4 (1st)||32.2 (1st)|
|2009-12-12||17||27.5 (1st)||27.3 (1st)|
|2009-12-13||18||32.6 (1st)||32.6 (1st)|
|2009-12-19||19||27.9 (1st)||27.8 (1st)|
|2009-12-20||20||34.2 (1st)||33.4 (1st)|
|2009-12-26||21||29.2 (1st)||28.6 (1st)|
|2009-12-27||22||34.2 (1st)||33.6 (1st)|
|2010-01-02||23||31.4 (1st)||31.2 (1st)|
|2010-01-03||24||38.5 (1st)||37.9 (1st)|
|2010-01-09||25||33.1 (1st)||32.8 (1st)|
|2010-01-10||26||37.9 (1st)||37.6 (1st)|
|2010-01-16||27||32.8 (1st)||32.9 (1st)|
|2010-01-17||28||40.2 (1st)||40.4 (1st)|
|2010-01-23||29||33.4 (1st)||33.1 (1st)|
|2010-01-24||30||39.7 (1st)||40.1 (1st)|
|2010-01-30||31||34.6 (1st)||34.6 (1st)|
|2010-01-31||32||41.7 (1st)||41.9 (1st)|
|2010-02-06||33||34.6 (1st)||34.7 (1st)|
|2010-02-07||34||41.7 (1st)||41.5 (1st)|
|2010-02-13||35||27.8 (1st)||27.1 (1st)|
|2010-02-14||36||21.1 (1st)||20.4 (1st)|
|2010-02-20||37||32.4 (1st)||31.8 (1st)|
|2010-02-21||38||38.1 (1st)||38.2 (1st)|
|2010-02-27||39||31.1 (1st)||30.7 (1st)|
|2010-02-28||40||37.5 (1st)||38.0 (1st)|
|2010-03-06||41||33.8 (1st)||33.0 (1st)|
|2010-03-07||42||39.9 (1st)||39.9 (1st)|
|2010-03-13||43||31.5 (1st)||30.6 (1st)|
|2010-03-14||44||39.9 (1st)||39.5 (1st)|
|2010-03-20||45||35.0 (1st)||34.4 (1st)|
|2010-03-21||46||39.5 (1st)||38.6 (1st)|
|2010-03-27||47||33.4 (1st)||33.1 (1st)|
|2010-03-28||48||40.5 (1st)||40.2 (1st)|
|2010-04-03||49||33.6 (1st)||32.7 (1st)|
|2010-04-04||50||37.0 (1st)||37.6 (1st)|
|2010-04-10||51||36.4 (1st)||36.2 (1st)|
|2010-04-11||52||42.5 (1st)||42.5 (1st)|
|2010-04-17||53||34.8 (1st)||35.1 (1st)|
|2010-04-18||54||41.6 (1st)||41.4 (1st)|
|2010-04-24||55||35.2 (1st)||35.2 (1st)|
|2010-04-25||56||40.3 (1st)||40.0 (1st)|
|2010-05-01||57||33.6 (1st)||32.9 (1st)|
|2010-05-02||58||42.0 (1st)||42.4 (1st)|
|2010-05-08||59||28.7 (1st)||28.1 (1st)|
|2010-05-09||60||42.0 (1st)||42.1 (1st)|
|2010-05-15||61-62||33.5 (1st)||33.6 (1st)|
|2010-05-22||63||36.4 (1st)||36.1 (1st)|
|2010-05-23||64||43.8 (1st)||43.8 (1st)|
|2010-05-29||65||33.9 (1st)||33.3 (1st)|
|2010-05-30||66||34.7 (1st)||35.7 (1st)|
|2010-06-05||67||35.6 (1st)||36.1 (1st)|
|2010-06-06||68||41.4 (1st)||41.5 (1st)|
|2010-06-12||69||20.5 (5th)||20.4 (5th)|
|2010-06-13||70||39.8 (1st)||40.4 (1st)|
Source: TNS Media Korea
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