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"Descendants of the Sun" Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo hold dinner for team

2016/03/29 | 3864 views | Permalink | Source

Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo held a dinner for the "Descendants of the Sun" team.

The two offered to buy dinner for the team and crew who did a great job as they had never had the chance to have dinner together in the 6 months they've spent together making the drama.

According to sources, the dinner is going to happen in a restaurant in Seoul on April 1st. The whole list of people attending isn't complete yet and it's possible not everyone might be able to be there.

The 30% rating drama has brought about good reactions which made the dinner happen. The team is thankful for Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo for arranging this dinner even though it's been months since they finished making the drama.

Meanwhile, the ninth episode of "Descendants of the Sun" is scheduled to broadcast on March 30.

Source : newsen.com/news_view....

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