My Little Brother
My Little Brother (Korean: 그래, 가족; RR: Geurae, Gajok, lit. "Yes, Family") is a 2017 South Korean film and the directorial debut of Ma Dae-yun. It is the first South Korean film to be distributed by The Walt Disney Company.
|My Little Brother|
Theatrical release poster
|Revised Romanization||Geurae, Gajok|
|Directed by||Ma Dae-yun|
|Produced by||Lee Sang-jin|
|Written by||Jung Mi-jin|
Chung Woo Film
|Distributed by||Walt Disney Company|
A random brother has popped into our family. No days were peaceful for the three unpredictable families: an unemployed biggest brother, a penniless second sister and a pretty but talent-less younger sister, but suddenly, a boy who calls himself as a new youngest brother, appears. They all thought living together would be a hell of a mess but as the youngest brother becomes a key to the exclusive news that will shake the nation, their amazing adventure awaits! 
- Kil, Sonia (26 January 2017). "Disney Picks Up 'Yes, Family' for Korea Release". Retrieved 12 February 2017.
- "Walt Disney Enters Korean Film Distribution Market". Retrieved 12 February 2017.
- Brother, My Little. "Film Directory". KoBiz. Retrieved 21 June 2019.
- My Little Brother at HanCinema
- My Little Brother at the Korean Movie Database
- My Little Brother at Naver Movies (in Korean)
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