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Song Joong-ki, Yoo Ah-in and Park Yoo-chun, the 'Sungkyunkwan descendants'

2016/03/03 Source

All the actors from "Sungkyunkwan Scandal" are standing on the stop. Song Joong-ki, Yoo Ah-in and Park Yoo-chun are opening new doors to success one by one.

The three of them made success at different times of their career, and with Song Joong-ki's hot popularity at the moment with "Descendants of the Sun", the three musketeers have been put in the spotlight.

Song Joong-ki is back with "Descendants of the Sun" as a tough man despite his usual soft image.

He expresses his love to Song Hye-kyo and is playing all the time. The third episode of the drama rated 23.4%. This is the fastest any miniseries broke through 20%.

Yoo Ah-in is currently on a roll with "Six Flying Dragons". The more the drama heads for the end, Yoo Ah-in's character of Lee Bang-won is becoming more dimensional and the viewing percentage has gone up to as much as 17%, Yoo Ah-in started off with "Sungkyunkwan Scandal" and further starred in "Fashion King", "Jang Ok-jeong" and more. Last year alone he had the best time of his life with the movies "Veteran" and "The Throne".

Park Yoo-chun succeeded faster as an actor. He starred in the dramas "Miss. Ripley", "The Rooftop Prince", "Missing You", "Three Days" and more.

The three of them are in a friendly competition right now but Yoo Ah-in is enlisting in the military this year and Park Yoo-chun is out in August.

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