Descendentes do Sol (2016) poster
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Alguns relacionamentos estão destinados a acontecer, apesar dos desafios do tempo e do lugar. Yoo Si Jin, líder da Unidade de Forças Especiais, conhece a cirurgiã Kang Mo Yeon na emergência do hospital depois que Si Jin e seu segundo no comando, Seo Dae Young, perseguiram um ladrão no dia de folga deles. Si Jin imediatamente se sente atraído por Mo Yeon, e ele a convida para sair. Mas Si Jin constantemente é chamado para missões militares durante seus encontros com ela, e ambos percebem que têm pontos de vista conflituantes sobre a vida humana (ele matará para proteger seu país, e ela precisa salvar vidas a todo custo), e por isso decidem terminar esse relacionamento que mal havia começado. Dae Young também tenta romper seu relacionamento com a médica do exército Yoon Myeong Ju porquê o pai dela, o General Yoon, acredita que Si Jin seria o marido ideal para sua filha. Si Jin e Dae Young são designados para uma missão em um país fictício chamado Urk, despedaçado pela guerra, para ajudar a ONU na manutenção da paz na região. Por sua vez, Mo Yeon, depois de repetidamente não ser escolhida para ser promovida devido à sua falta de conexões, desiste de fazer cirurgias, deixando de lado seus princípios, e se torna uma médica famosa na TV, passando a cuidar da ala VIP do hospital. Mas quando ela recusa o assédio sexual do presidente do conselho do hospital, Mo Yeon é escolhida para liderar a equipe médica que é enviada para Urk. Lá, Mo Yeon tem um reencontro inesperado com Si Jin. (Fonte: Viki) Editar Tradução

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  • País: South Korea
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 16
  • Exibido: Fev 24, 2016 - Abr 14, 2016
  • Exibido em: Quarta, Quinta
  • Original Network: KBS2
  • Duração: 60 min.
  • Pontuação: 8.6 (scored by 98,450 usuários)
  • Classificado: #339
  • Popularidade: #4
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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Abr 20, 2023
16 of 16 episódios vistos
Completados 0
No geral 8.0
História 7.0
Acting/Cast 9.0
Musical 6.5
Voltar a ver 3.5

Finalmente percebi o hype todo da altura

Primeiro de tudo, foi uma má decisão ter apanhado a boleia da KBS para ver os episódios. Devido a isso, demorei 2 meses para terminar.

Notas sobre isto:

- O Onew passou o tempo todo a chorar, distraiu-me bastante durante os episódios;
- Deu-me ainda mais vontade de visitar a Grécia, ngl;
- Não conhecia o trabalho de ator/atriz quase nenhum, good experience;
- Red Velvet no último episódio, hilarious!;
- Não conhecia o David McInnis, papel excelente, fez-me odiá-lo imenso;
- Muitas das vezes dei comigo a comparar isto com Crash Landing on You, mas não vamos desrespeitar masterpieces!

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Abr 17, 2016
16 of 16 episódios vistos
Completados 35
No geral 6.5
História 4.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Musical 6.5
Voltar a ver 5.0
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When I think of Descendants of the Sun, the first thing that comes to mind is cheese! This show is extra cheesy, and honestly I love cheese! Unfortunately, I am also kinda lactose intolerant, so after eating a certain amount of cheese I am left with regrets, and a stomach ache. That's exactly how I felt after watching the last episode. *Cue the rage of a thousand fans*

I think the biggest problem I had with this show is that it tried to mix in three genres without a coherent plot to bring it all together. It's part rom-com, part military drama, and part hospital sitcom. The love story is probably what makes most people excited about the show, the military scenes are a cool action bonus, and the hospital sitcom keeps things from getting too heavy and depressing. Unfortunately, because the script is so weak, I was too disconnected to keep caring about the show, and it started to become very boring. I kept watching for one reason only Song Joong Ki.

Song Joong Ki is oddly cast in a lot of ways. He has a super baby face, and boyish charm, but still managed to be a believable bad@ss soldier. I would easily rate his character/acting 10. Not only did I develop a 16 episode crush on him, but I really cared about his assignments. The show would have been a million times more enjoyable for me if they just let his story be the center, or rather, the bromance between Shi Jin, and Dae Yeong. Their relationship was my favorite part of the show. Their characters didn't have much depth individually, but their bromance was solid.

There is also great chemistry between Song Joong Ki, and Song Hye Kyo, but not much to their overall story. Every moment with them is exactly the same - they flirt, they separate, she gets mad, he's extra charming, they flirt again. Early on, I really started to dislike Dr. Kang Mo Yeon, which made it hard to sympathize with her anger at him. Eventually I started to like her a little more, but no matter how cute their flirty scenes, or how strangely amusing their brink of death dating was, their story is still repetitive, which gets old quick.

The 2nd leads also had a romance, that had a few more obstacles thrown their way (parents, distance, almost dying), but was just as repetitive - fight, confess, spontaneous affection, fight. It's like each story just filled in the same blanks for each episode. It was actually the older minor characters who had the most interesting love story. I thought Seo Jeong Yeon and Lee Seung Jun were really cute, and deserve an honorable mention.

The supporting cast was pretty good. Some were much better than others, and some were almost completely useless (the head of the hospital... that ditzy doctor... ugh). I had to bring the acting down to an 8 because of that, but the cast is really the only good thing this show has going for it.

What was the point of this drama? At first it seemed like a way to show how hard it can be to date a soldier, but because the show didn't take itself seriously, it was hard for me to take that too seriously, even with that emotionally manipulative 15th episode. The conflicts at the hospital were ridiculous, and mostly filler. The best episodes took place when the medical staff went overseas to Urk, but once that was over, the show seemed to have no clue what to do. Did they run out of travel budget, so they decided to just wing it for the last episodes? Even in Urk, the plot was super predictable, and totally unrealistic, but it was still very entertaining (yummy Cheese!!!). When they returned, my feelings about the show went downhill, and I was no longer excited about watching the next episode. Then suddenly things got very serious out of nowhere, only to end with the silliest (and worst) last episode I've ever seen in any drama (yes THE worst!). I wonder if episode 15 was the original ending, and then it was changed last minute to avoid a backlash. That's the only thing I can think of as an explanation for why it was so bad.

The music? meh. The scenery? epic. The english spoken? decent. The shirtless men running? Daebak.

Would I rewatch? Not unless someone makes an edited version of only scenes with Song Joong Ki.

Overall It's like they rolled a kdrama dice and just threw stuff in at random to get people hooked, then they just focused on all the ways they can successfully incorporate product placement. Maybe that was the real point, to see how many ads they could sneak into a drama.

Even though there were moments I really enjoyed, I can't recommend this drama, especially after sitting through that ending. I wish they cut it down to 10 episodes, removing all the unnecessary fluff, and sneaky ads (subway, hyundai, make up, coffee, snacks, hiking equipments, travel apps... umm... except for the self driving car, because that scene was actually cool ) then maybe it would be a drama worthy of all the hype.

Or maybe you can treat my review like lactaid. Now that you know what to expect, maybe you can better digest all the cheese this show has to offer.

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  • Drama: Descendentes do Sol
  • País: Coreia do Sul
  • Episódios: 16
  • Exibido: Fev 24, 2016 - Abr 14, 2016
  • Exibido On: Quarta, Quinta
  • Original Network: KBS2
  • Duração: 60 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 15+ - 15 anos ou mais


  • Pontuação: 8.6 (avaliado por 98,450 usuários)
  • Classificado: #339
  • Popularidade: #4
  • Fãs: 187,876

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