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[Spoiler] 'Descendants of the Sun' Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo's romantic CPR: Does this count as their second kiss?

2016/03/09 | 9959 views | Permalink | Source

'Descendants of the Sun' Song Joong-ki saved Song Hye-kyo and then gave her CPR.

On the 5th episode of KBS 2TV's Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Descendants of the Sun', Yoo Si-jin (Song Joong-ki) saved Kang Mo-yeon (Song Hye-kyo), who was hanging off a cliff.

As the car was hanging off the edge of a cliff, Yoo Si-jin decided to fall down along with the car into the ocean as there were no other options. Yoo Si-jin dragged Kang Mo-yeon out of the ocean and performed CPR to resuscitate her.

When Kang Mo-yeon could recover from unconsciousness, she called Yoo Si-jin, 'nutjob' and yelled, "I'm not a soldier. I was scared to death". Yoo Si-jin jokingly said, "Can I let you go out alone from now on? I told you go alone and you're found hanging off a cliff?"

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