'Descendants Of The Sun' Song Joong Ki Fans Upset Over Song-Song Couple Marriage; Life-sized Cut Song Joong Ki Thrown Into Trash Sites
"Descendants of the Sun" Song Joong Ki has upset several fans over their Song-Song Couple marriage and wedding announcement. With this, devastated fans decided to throw their life-sized cut Song Joong Ki in numerous Korean apartment trash sites.
"Descendants Of The Sun" Song-Song Couple Marriage
"Descendants Of The Sun" Song-Song Couple have grown closer throughout the filming of the drama. From the simple sunbae-hoobae relationship, they have become actual lovers. Song Joong Ki proposed to Song Hye Kyo last winter in Japan and got Song Hye Kyo's positive response. Their wedding ceremony is now set for October 2017.
What Song Joong Ki Loves About Song Hye Kyo
"Descendants of the Sun" Song Hye Kyo is thoughtful and quite calm. She has also caught the hearts of numerous fans.
When Song Joong Ki was asked what made him fall in love to the award-winning actress, the Korean actor revealed that Song Hye Kyo has a positive influence on him. He added that he receives a lot of good energy when he is with Song Hye Kyo, Korea Portal reports. This shows that the "Descendants of the Sun" Song-Song couple are perfect for each other.
Song Joong Ki Fans Upset
It's confirmed that the "Descendants of the Sun" Song-Song couple will tie the knot this year. After Song Joong Ki confirmed his wedding news with Song Hye Kyo, a lot of people have expressed their congratulations and excitement over their marriage. Some netizens even revealed how romantic and cute they are together. However, several fans got devastated and upset.
Life-sized Cut Song Joong Ki Thrown In Trash Sites
The fans of the "Descendants of the Sun" Song Joong Ki have loved the actor very much to the point that they have bought his life-size cut image to their homes. They have also taken images with Song Joong Ki's life-size cut image and posted it proudly on social media. However, due to the great upset over the Song-Song Couple marriage, this once treasured collectible is now put into Korean apartment trash sites and deserted streets in bulk, Koreaboo reports.