Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo
Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo sent a coffee truck on the sets of Park Bo Gum's period drama, Moonlight Drawn by Clouds. Instagram/kyo1122

The love birds of the monster-hit drama, Descendants of the Sun, are showering their adoration on the rising hallyu star of the Korean entertainment industry, Park Bo Gum.

As per reports, the cute-looking couple, Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo, sent a coffee truck to the actor's latest drama Moonlight Drawn by Clouds. The beverage carriage was ordered to celebrate the hard work the actors are putting in for the period drama. The coffee lorry was reportedly dedicated to the lead actor and the directors.

On 16 October, the coffee truck company, Coffee Pong, updated its social media account with Song-Song couple's gift. The caption read: "Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki asked us to send a coffee truck to Park Bo Gum, director Baek Sang Hoon, director of photography Kim Si Hyung, and the staff as they were going to be working hard during an all-night shoot. Three actors who are truly angels right down to their bones!"

In addition, the message on the truck read: "Director Baek Sang Hoon, director of photography Kim Si Hyung, and Park Bo Gum, fighting! From Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki."

Song Joong Ki shares an incredible bond with the 23-year-old. Both of the stars have previously worked together in a commercial and shares the same label. Recently, at the 11th Seoul International Drama Awards, Joong Ki expressed his exuberance over the success of Bo Gum's period drama. He said: "I knew 'Moonlight Drawn By Clouds' would do well, but I didn't know that it would do this well. I'm sincerely thankful, and want to thank everyone for loving Bo Gum."

When asked if the actor would take his bromance to another level by twin casting, Joong Ki shared that he would love fighting with Bo Gum for another girl: "It would be great to play brothers some time, or even two guys that fight over the same girl. Regardless, I would like to work with [Park Bo Gum] in a project," he said.