Love may be in the air. “Descendants of the Sun” stars Song Joong-Ki and Song Hye-Kyo were spotted in Bali, Indonesia at the same time, igniting rumors of a blossoming romance. The news came to light when the Chinese news outlet SINA reported that fans saw Song Joong-Ki and Song Hye-Kyo in Bali, Indonesia at the same time. The former stayed from June 7th to 13th, while the latter stayed from June 4th to the 14th.

The publication claimed that the on-screen couple enjoyed time together at the Nusa Dua. However, there are no photos presented to prove the claim.

Due to this, the actor was once again asked about the actress. In a statement obtained by All Kpop, his former management agency -- Blossom Entertainment -- said that he went on a trip to Bali, Indonesia with his friends before promotions for his upcoming film “The Battleship Island” began.

“He just went on a personal vacation,” Blossom Entertainment added. “He did not know of Song Hye Kyo's plans."

Why everyone thinks the 'Descendants of the Sun' stars are dating

The pair took the roles of Captain Yoo Si-Jin (a.k.a. Big Boss) and Doctor Kang Mo-Yeon (a.k.a. Beauty) in the pan-Asian hit drama “Descendants of the Sun.” Due to their undeniable on-screen chemistry, the duo has continually been linked to dating rumors.

The dating rumors started when fans spotted both the actor and the actress wearing matching bracelets. It intensified when they were spotted having dinner together in New York City in April of 2016. Also, there is the fact that gossip of this sort gets fans excited.

At the time, “That Winter, the Wind Blows” actress said she extended her stay in New York City for a vacation and had other personal activities.

Suddenly, she was contacted by the "A Werewolf Boy" star, who had also traveled to the city.

Future projects

Song Hye-Kyo has not selected her next project yet. Song Joong-Ki, on the other hand, is set to appear in “The Battleship Island.” In “The Battleship Island,” he plays Park Moo-Young, a Korean independence army member who sneaks onto the island to save an important anti-Japanese fighter.

There, he helps the prisoners on the island escape it.

“The Battleship Island” recounts Koreans' desperate attempt to escape coal mines on Japan's Hashima Island, where they were forced to work during World War II. The film also stars Hwang Jung-Min, So Ji-Sub, Lee Jung-Hyun and Kim Su-An. Check out the first official full-length trailer from the film below: