Actor Jung Hae-in on Shooting Snowdrop, “I Was Very Hard On Myself”

South Korean actor Jung Hae-in, known for his role in the 2018 drama Something in the Rain, before being a lead actor rose to fame doing supporting characters in television series While You Were Sleeping and Prison Playbook. The 33-year-old actor is now seen in Snowdrop alongside Blackpink‘s lead singer Jisoo. The actor gave his best the black comedy series ‘Snowdrop’. He not only just underwent rigorous physical training but also cut down on his sleeping hours.

Talking about the intensity of his role and the preparation it took, Jung Hae-in said, “I got a tan. I learned all different kinds of martial arts and regional dialects. But most of all, I worked out a lot.” Commenting on his sleep cycle during the course of filming, he said, “If I had four hours to sleep, I’d divide it in half so I’d sleep for two hours and hit the gym for the remaining two before I headed out to the set. I was very hard on myself.”

The show also stars Blackpink band member Jisoo, Yoo In-na, Jang Seung-jo, Kim Hye-yoon and Jung Yoo-jin, taking the viewers on an emotional rollercoaster that is full of excitement, action, and romance. Snowdrop takes place in 1987, an important year in South Korean history that was considered to be one of the most difficult times. Against the backdrop of the then political unrest, a young couple is introduced and their relationship is established.

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The 16-episode series explores the forbidden love between a South Korean girl (Jisoo) and a North Korean spy (Jung Hae-in) during the June 1987 Democracy Movement in South Korea. The drama, written by Yoo Hyun-mi and directed by Jo Hyun-tak, will soon be streaming on Disney+ Hotstar in Hindi as well.

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