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When "Descendants of the Sun" starts airing on February 24, all Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki need to do after this iswait for the ratings. That issince the drama used to be shot in advance, unlike maximum other k-dramas, which may be filmed a couple of episodes at a time and with reference to air dates. That's a first for KBS, the network which produced the drama.
Filming the drama in advance approachit should premiere in Korea and China at the similar time, with Chinese audience tuning in to the net video platform iQiyi. Censorship necessities in China make it trickyto turn dramas which are filmed in the traditional way.
The anticipation is prime equally the drama is Song Joong Ki's comeback role after serving his two year neededarmy duty. He has now notseemedat the small-scale screen since his role in the 2012 drama "Nice Guy." It regarded a herbal step to take on the role of an army man, Captain Yoo Shi Jin when he becamebrand new out of the military.
"Having lately been a soldier, I presumedit may besimple to play this character, yet Yoo became out to be more complex than I might expected," stated Song Joong Ki at the February 22nd press convention for the drama.
Since he did get the script whilst serving his excursion of duty, he had time to boost up his workout routine, in order that he could glance his best.
"I'm not the sort of actor who is understood for his physique," he said. "But I had toappearance good."
The melodrama is determined in the fictitious country referred to as Wooreukeu, a rustic ravaged through war.
Song Hye Kyo plays Kang Mo Yeon, a physician with a humanitarian organization. Kang Mo Yeon and Yoo Shi Jin first meet in Korea and alternatively in Wooreukeu, where they every have a mission. And where they're going to fall in love.
Being in a position to movie in advance did be offering Song Hye Kyo time to seek recommendation fromthe solid and workforce on such subjects as characters' motivations. But that was not necessarily at all times a just right thing for the actress, ultimatenoticed on the small screen in the 2013 drama "That Iciness The Wind Blows."
"Sometimes there has been too much time to think and that confusing things," said Song Hye Kyo at the clicking conference.
According to Song Joong Ki, the melodrama gives a love story, plus a number of action and dramatic moments lightened by some comedian ones.
"We wanted helicopters, wars and earthquakes to make two folks fall in love," he said.
Are you taking a lookahead to this drama?