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These Epic Face-swaps of “Descendants of the Sun” Will Make You Cry

If you thought recent Korean drama “Descendants of the Sun” was tear-jerking, wait till you see this series of hilarious face-swaps

By Pamela Chow

If there’s one thing we are thankful to South Korean drama “Descendants of the Sun” for, it’s bestowing us with the glorious sight of actor Song Joong Ki, post-army service.

(Photo: koalasplayground.com)

Ironically, he dives right back into army gear for this drama. (Photo: kdramastars.com)

And if we could be thankful for two things, this series of face-swaps is a close second.

Recently posted to a Running Man fan page on Facebook, the images depict poignant and romantic scenes of Song Joong Ki and his co-star, Song Hye Kyo.

Except Song Hye Kyo is no longer in the picture – literally.

(Photo: facebook.com)

Fans of Korean variety series “Running Man” will know this face belongs to actor Lee Kwang Soo. Song was a member of “Running Man” until its 47th episode, when he had to leave to serve in the army.

(Photo: facebook.com)

Thanks to Lee’s comical face – or, as I like to call it, the “resting clown face” – the face-swap is a tummy-clenching and tear-inducing hit, drawing thousands of likes within hours.

Some commenters have even declared that they would like to watch a series starring these two friends, renamed “Descendants of the Moon”.

And with this, we leave you with the cream of the crop(ped) photos:

(Photo: facebook.com)

I can’t speak for everyone, but I’m now more tempted than ever to catch the series.

Catch “Descendants of the Sun” on Viu and on KBS World (StarHub TV Channel 815).