Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo
Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo in Hon Kong to promote their record breaking series " Descendants of the Sun". Viu Tv Official

Popular South Korean celebrities like Lee Min-ho, Song Hye Kyo, Song Joong Ki, Park Bo Gum, Gong Yoo and others seem to be in trouble as the new reports claim that these A-list Asian stars might be affected by the new move of China to prohibit the local travel agencies from selling tour packages to South Korea.

According to YONHAP News Agency, the travel agencies in China have been instructed to prohibit travel packages heading towards South Korea, after the Seoul's plan to deploy a US-led missile system. The fans of South Korean celebrities like Lee Min-ho, Song Joong Ki,Park Bo Gum ,Song Hye Kyo, and Gong Yoo are worried as they might not be allowed to enter the country if the situations exacerbate.

YONHAP News Agency reported, "The experts said Seoul should take firm action against China's such retaliatory measures and come up with long-term plans to reduce its dependency on China in terms of trade."

The news outlet also mentioned that Lee Min-ho, Song Joong Ki, Park Bo Gum, Song Hye Kyo, and Gong Yoo are among the largest trading partner of China for years and the current scenario of the two countries can affect each other's economy.

The publication further added, "The finance ministry said it is building up countermeasures to cope with the damages that South Korea companies suffer from in China."

Well, fans of Lee Min-ho, Song Joong Ki, Song Hye Kyo, Park Bo Gum and Gong Yoo are being hopeful that the entertainment industry won't be affected by the current misunderstanding of the two countries.

In other news, the popular K-drama stars namely Lee Min-ho, Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo have the possibility to work together in a new TV series, according to the recent reports. The reports about the possible project together sparked after Lee Min Ho and the Song Hye Kyo won actor and actress of the year, respectively in the recently-concluded Soompi Awards 2017.