“Snowdrop” is a South Korean show directed by “Jo Hyun-Tak” which made its the hitch in the show business by creating controversies on the name of distortion of a sensitive historical period but has made a deep place in the heart of the Rom-com viewers getting an IMDB rating of 8.9. The storyline of the show is getting equal applauses as the acting skills of the lead characters “Lim-Soo-ho (Jung Hae-in) and Eun Young-ro (Jisoo).”
The setup of the show is shown in 1987 when the female lead, who is a disciple in a female university, falls in love with the male lead, who is a graduate student having a quite mysterious and charismatic personality after he jumps up in the dormitory of her university covered up with blood. She helps him hide where the love birds’ romance takes upon. The series which is worth watching is written by “Yoo Hyun-mi”.
Where to Watch Snowdrop
The series of Snowdrop that has created hype among the watchers is available at JTBC, which is a television network in South Korea. Now the good news related to the show for the worldwide lovers of Korean shows is that the show is also being aired on Disney+ in some specific countries i.e.
- South Korea
- Hong Kong
In case of any more country additions in the future, we will let you know in the coming time.
Release Date of Your Favourite Show
The season 1 of the series started Premiering on December 18, 2021, every Saturday and Sunday. The 1st season consists of 16 episodes, and now the 12th episode will be premiered on Saturday, January 22, 2022, followed by the 13th episode on the next day.
The episode timing will be 10:30 PM KST on JTBC and from 12:10 AM KST at Disney Plus on selected regions. The previous episodes of the show are around 1.5 hours long, and we can expect the same timings for the upcoming episode.
Recap of Episode 11 of the Rom-com Korean drama Snowdrop
Now, As the love deepens between “Lim-Soo-ho (Jung Hae-in)” who is a spy from North Korea and “Eun Young-ro (Jisoo)” who comes out as the ANSP’s leader daughter, a beautiful kiss is exchanged between them. In this episode, our Male lead realizes how all this time the governing bodies of North Korea have been using him and gets to know that his own father, “Lim Ji Rok (Jeon Moo Song),” has left him he becomes distressed.
So with all this happening around, Kand Moo and Soo hoo make a plan to record the confession Of Nam Tae II’s for sending it to the media to help them stop the party in power from winning the current elections. Now, as Soo hoo starts finding a tape to record the confession, among them, there is one where Young Re has made a very beautiful confession, and he hears it, which leaves him both in excitement and confusion together.
Another Spy from North Korea brings it to Soo hoo’s attention that the ruling party over there had abandoned him a very long time ago, leaving the male lead in shock. With love, the female lead makes some coffee for our Soo hoo and tells him that it will help wipe out all the bad memories for him.
She adds into a conversation that how miserable she was when he had abandoned her, but as he is here now, she has forgotten all the bad memories. This is an intense scene where the Soo hoo looks at her with a lot of love, kisses her and says, “Erase this too”.
Prediction for Episode 12 of Snowdrop
As the series goes on, it becomes more and more interesting for the watchers with every episode. We can expect more love scenes and deepened love story between the two leads. We can watch the how Soo hoo deals with the abandonment and takes his revenge for it. The story has its own way of giving twists and turns to its watchers, and that’s what the people appreciate about the show even more.
The characters’ lives can turn upside down the next one if the audio recording is successfully taped and sent to the media as decided. But to know for sure what lies ahead, we have to wait for the next episode and enjoy the rush of surprise.
Cast Members of the Series
The main cast members of the series that have made the audience fall in love with their acting skills are Jung Hae In (Im Soo Ho/Lim Tae San), Kim Ji Soo (Eun Young Ro), Jang Seung Jo (Lee Kang Moo), Yoo In Na (Kang Cheong Ya), Yoon Se Ah (Pi Seung Hee), Kim Hey Yoon (Kye Boon Ok), Jung Eugene (Jang Han Na).