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Song Hye-kyo, happy at group dinner meeting with 'Descendants of the Sun' cast

2016/04/20 | 5796 views | Permalink | Source

Song Hye-kyo had a dinner meeting with the members of 'Descendants of the Sun'.

On April 20th, Song Hye-kyo posted a group photo she took along with Lee Seung-joon, Seo Jung-yeon, Park Hwan-hee, Hyun Jyu-ni, Onew, and Kim Min-suk. The heartwarming vibe among the team members is impressive.

Song Hye-kyo pouted her lips and showed a v sign with her fingers while smiling brightly. She is bonding with her fellow actors, while everybody put their bodys so close to each other. She also added the witty comment on the image, "Medical team! Min-seok, which team do you belong to".

Kim Min-suk also responded to the comment, "Happy time with our medial team, although I'm not a member of medical team. I'm a bat of Sun, a golden bat".

Meanwhile, KBS 2TV's Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Descendants of the Sun' closed its curtain on April 14th. The final episode recorded its personal best, 38.8% according to Nielsen Korea.

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