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Watch: Lee Ha Na and Im Joo Hwan are older siblings continually embroiled in family drama in the chaotic trailer for “Three Bold Siblings”

Im Joo Hwan and Lee Ha Na accurately portray their older siblings’ lives in the new trailer for “Three Bold Siblings”!

Upcoming weekend KBS2 “Three Bold Siblings” is a romance drama starring Im Joo Hwan as Lee Sang Joon, a top actor who is the eldest son of his family. When an unexpected accident occurs while filming, she meets Kim Tae Joo (Lee Ha Na), her first primary school love who is also the eldest of her siblings and grew up sacrificing everything for her family.

The new trailer highlights the hardships of being the oldest sibling fighting for family and love. The clip starts with Lee Sang Joon telling Kim Tae Joo, “I loved you. When I was 13 and when I was 24. “

The romantic vibes only last a second as Kim Tae Joo has to think about more realistic things like working and paying off a loan. Her little sister Kim So Rim (Kim So Eun) leads a much more carefree life, living in her own happy bubble. Their little brother Kim Geon Woo (Lee Yoo Jin) is a sweet doctor who is loved by his patients.

Kim Tae Joo causes drama at her home when she asks Kim So Rim’s sister to leave the house and tells her parents that she has quit her job at the hospital.

Lee Sang Joon faces his own problems at work and at home when his extended family decides to move in. Later, Kim So Rim and her mother Yoo Jung Sook (Lee Kyung Jin) run into Lee Sang Joon’s younger sister, Lee Sang Min (Moon). Ye Won) and their mother Jang Se Ran (Jang Mi Hee) at the grocery store. The duos look shocked to see each other, sparking interest in discovering the relationship between the two families.

Watch the chaotic trailer below!

The premiere of “Three Bold Siblings” is on September 24, and you can watch the next teaser here!

In the meantime, watch Lee Ha Na in “King of High School” with the credits below:

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