Descendants of the Sun was a runaway hit when it was released in Korea and in Asia earlier this year. This top-tier Koreanvela revolves around the relationship of Yo-Sijin, a South Korean Special Forces unit captain, and Kang Mo-yeon, a doctor, and how their love goes through unique and unexpected situations brought about their careers.
Now, you can relive the experience with Descendants of the Sun Photo Essay, a photo book that collates all the exciting and heart-breaking moments of the series. It’s a must-have for every fan, but if you still need convincing, here are a few reasons why you should get one, stat:
1. It has 331 glossy pages of beautiful images.
Have you been pausing your DVD player just to stare at Joong Ki? Worry no more as you’ll have more than enough photos of him to fawn over.
2. It features behind-the-scenes action.
Descendants of the Sun is a gut-wrenching drama about choosing love in the midst of war and disaster, and it features many intense scenes in different locations. The book gives you a sneak peak of how Joong Ki, Hye Kyo, Goo, and Ji Won immersed in their characters to deliver a convincing storyline.
3. It gives fans loads of extra treats.
Who doesn’t love freebies? Every copy of Descendants of the Sun Photo Essay comes with sticker sheets and signed photo cards of your favorite characters.
4. It’s easy on the pocket.
You can grab a copy for only P495, and it’s definitely worth every peso.
Descendants of the Sun Photo Essay is released through Kimchi Press, an imprint of Summit Books, and is now out in bookstores, newsstands, supermarkets, and convenience stores.