Ever wondered which Netflix sibling you may have in common with? Let this little list help you on the way to discovering it.
The sibling bond is a strange one. You know you would donate a kidney to your sibling if they were dying, yet they can also drive us up the wall. Love them or hate them, when push comes to shove, you know your siblings are some of the few people in the world who will stay by your side no matter what.
In reflection of the unique bond we have with our siblings, here are some of our favourite siblings on Netflix. Find out who you relate to the most below:
One Who Sacrifices A Lot – It’s Okay to Not Be Okay
In the K-Drama, It’s Okay To Not Be Okay, Gang-Tae is the doting younger brother who willingly takes on the responsibility of caring for his older brother Sang-Tae who is autistic. Taking on the role of being his brother’s keeper, Gang-Tae goes above and beyond, to care for Sang-Tae even when it comes at a personal cost to himself. We all love a sibling like this.
One Who Lives Under The Other One’s Shadow – The Kissing Booth
It’s absolutely frustrating to live your whole life being compared to your sibling which is why we completely understand why Lee holds a grudge against Noah and wants to keep Elle all to himself for most of the first movie. We’ve all been there at some point and felt like we’d never step out of our siblings shadow though chances are, if you never felt that way, then it might just be you.
One Who Parents The Other Siblings – The Willoughbys
We all have that one sibling (usually the oldest) who always wants to be in charge and acts like they’re the parent and in The Willoughbys, that sibling is Jane. From hatching plans to help her siblings escape to making sure they do what’s right – like apologising, Jane has got a pretty good grip on taking care of her siblings. As much as we might find them bossy, we know we need them around to help us navigate the ups and downs of life.
One With Too Many Siblings – The Umbrella Academy
Do you know what it’s like to have a sibling watching what you do at every turn? And have you ever felt frustrated about having them invade your personal space all while having to share everything? Well, the Hargreeves siblings can relate. Whether it’s sharing their father’s attention, trying to figure out boundaries as adult siblings, or even just trying to avoid an annoying sibling, they’ve seen it all and they get it.
One With The Protective Sibling – Wira
Most of us have a protective sibling. They’re the ones who will actually fight anyone who tries to mess with you and is always ready to be your defender just like Hassan does for his sister Zain in Wira. But don’t count Zain out as the damsel in distress just yet, because she proves she’s pretty kickass too. They’re a sibling duo that’s not to be messed with!