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"Descendants of the Sun" Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo, behind-the-scenes cut

2016/04/14 | 11606 views | Permalink | Source

The "Descendants of the Sun" crew had an ending party.

Behind-the-scene cuts of the KBS 2TV drama "Descendants of the Sun" were released.

The drama ended with Daniel and Ye-hwa's wedding and pictures of the reception came up online. An earthquake hit on the day of the wedding so the ending seemed somewhat comical.

Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo of course stand out and everyone else is all dressed up and looking fancy. Jin Goo is smelling the scent of the bouquet in his hand and Kim Ji-won looks radiant in her white outfit. Lee Seung-joon and Seo Jung-yeon are also dressed to impress.

The following picture is of the entire crew at the ending. Song Joong-ki is wearing a suit and Song Hye-hyo is holding up a V with one hand and her other hand is in Song Joong-ki's arms. The staff and crew members are also in the picture.

Meanwhile, "Descendants of the Sun" ended on the 14th with a record breaking 38.8%.

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