Kim Ji-won Director: Lee Eung-bok and Baek Sang-hoon Screenwriter: Kim Eun-sook and Kim Won-seok Total Episodes: 16+3 Genre: Romance | Melodrama | Action | Comedy Audio Tracks: Korean, Mandarin Subtitle: English, Chinese Rated: PG13 Studio: KBS Release Date: 22/06/2016 Production Year: 2015 Running Time: Approx. 1,140min (16+3 Episodes) No. of Disc: 5
Format: NTSC Dvd: Dvd 9 Dual Layer Video: Mpeg 2 Audio: Dolby Digital AC3 Audio Channels: 2 Format: NTSC Region code: All Countries Special Features: Interactive Menus, Scene Selections Release Date: 22/06/16 Number of discs: 5 DVD Number of episodes: 16+3 Episodes
Descendants of the Sun Synopsis
Yoo Si-jin (Song Joong-ki), the captain of a South Korean Special Forces unit meets Dr. Kang Mo-yeon (Song Hye-kyo) in the hospital’s emergency room for the first time and falls in love with her.
Si-jin and Mo-yeon begin to date, but due to their jobs, their dates don’t go well. Si-jin, as a soldier, kills to protect lives and Mo-yeon, as a doctor, tries to save all lives. They decided to say goodbyes as they cannot overcome their job differences.
Si-jin takes an order to lead his soldiers on a peacekeeping mission to the fictional country of Uruk. By chance, Mo-yeon is assigned to lead a medical team in Urk. They meet and fall in love again. Through their encounters in Urk, such as an earthquake and an epidemic, their love for each other grows stronger.
Back in Korea, the two of them continue their dates until Si-jin and Dae-young (Jin Goo) are sent on an operation when they disappear and are assumed to be dead. Months pass and Mo-yeon mourns his death, deciding to commemorate his passing with a volunteer trip to Albania. This is where Si-jin eventually finds her after he and Dae-young are rescued from captivity by “a friend from afar”, a soldier from North Korea whom Si-jin had earlier helped save the life of. Si-jin and Mo-yeon are happily reunited.