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Song Joong-ki hooked viewers of “Descendants of the Sun” with “arrow lines”

  • Name : korea
  • Date : 2016-03-16 10:33:03


Song Joong-ki as Yoo Shi-jin hooked fans hearts and minds for KBS2’s soap opera “Descendants of the Sun”.

His fascinating lines from the soap opera make viewers very happy. What viewers called an “an arrow line” is a line which sticks like an arrow in many fans’ hearts.


In the episode 5, it was sketched that the relationship between Kang Mo-yeon(Song Hye-kyo) and Yoo Shi-jin became awkward after the first kiss.


Shi-jin was about to tell Mo-yeon about their first kiss, but she said she was trying to avoid talking with him.

In his respond, Shi-jin said “I’m fine if you avoid or are upset by me, but I want you to think that it was not a terrible accident because I got up my nerve after thinking about it 1000 times.”


Following that Shi-jin said “Wait a minute for me, I’m on my way there, I will find you” when Mo-yeon asked him to save her from the car accident at the edge of a cliff.



In the last scene of episode 5, he said to Mo-yeon, “Do I apologize or confess that I kissed you?” before he went back to Korea when his service was complete. It implied they said good-bye again.


Not only viewers were hooked, the staffs of “Descendants of the Sun” were also hooked by Song Joong-ki.




“Descendants of the Sun” released behind-the-scene cuts of Song Joong-ki.


In the photos, Song Joong-ki showed his charisma performing as Yoo Shi-jin.


A rep announced that actor Song Joong-ki was very passionate about shooting the soap opera and also caring for colleagues. Based on the atmosphere of the shoot with Song Joong-ki, the rep realized that why Song Joong-ki got much love from people.  

Meanwhile, ‘Song-Song couple’ reunited in episode 6 when Shi-jin volunteers again to rebuild Uruk after it suffered a severe earthquake.


Episode 7 of “Descendants of the Sun” will be broadcast on March 16 at 10:00 p.m. KST!'s Blare Kim and Emily Yoo contributed to this report from Seoul. 



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