Snowdrop: Jung Hae In and BLACKPINK Starrer’s Broadcast Date Revealed

Snowdrop is a Korean drama series starring Jung Hae-in, Jisoo, Yoo In-na, Jang Seung-jo, Kim Hye-yoon, Yoon Se-ah, and Jung Yoo-jin in pivotal roles. The series is written by Yoo Hyun-mi and the background score is given by Kim Tae-Seong.

Recently, the poster of Snowdrop was released featuring Jung Hae In and Jisoo. The poster displays refreshing chemistry among the two actors. We can witness the two characters expressing their feelings to one another in the teaser. They carry a look in those eyes that seems a lot like love. The series is all set to be released on JTBC at 10:30 pm on December 18, 2021.

The poster has a very beautiful scene in which the two characters have a dimly visible white flower-draped between them, making the heart of the viewers almost skip a beat. Both Suho and Young Ro complement each other beautifully on screen.

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Checkout the teaser poster of Snowdrop below:

Snowdrop's teaser poster
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Snowdrop is a drama that revolves around the love story that runs against the times of Suho who is a respected university student who suddenly jumped into a dormitory at a women’s university in Seoul in 1987, where he met Young Ro who is a female college student. She helped and healed him in the middle of surveillance and crisis.

The series displays a young love that somehow leads up to a strange tension between the two. It combines the two worlds of love and destiny making it interesting for the viewers. Also having a Blackpink member in the series has helped it garner a lot of attention from the viewers as well. Snowdrop will be premiered for the first time at 10:30 pm on Saturday, December 18. It will also be streaming on Disney+.

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