Snowdrop is a popular South Korean television series and the first K-Drama on Disney+. For viewers in South Korea, it is broadcasted on television. People who have been eagerly watching the 14 episodes need no introduction to the series. But for others, it is a love story with unique elements added to it due to the complexity of the male protagonist Lim Soo-ho and the time the story is set in.
What Did You Miss Watching On January 30th Show?
The first 14 Episodes of Snowdrop were aired following a schedule to which the viewers in and outside Korea had adjusted themselves. But as the Lunar New Year is celebrated in South Korea this February 1sty, the television shows are having changes in schedule and pattern overall in their country.
According to the sources, that is why JTBC, who airs the television show, has recently announced the change in the schedule for Snowdrop as well. The last two episodes of this season, episodes 15 and 16, expected to be aired through two weeks, were declared to be shown on the same day, January 30th, 2022.
Episode 15 will be aired from 10 pm KST, and episode 16 can be watched on televisions in South Korea from 11:30 pm KST. Together, the two shows from the season finale of Snowdrop season 1.
The viewers usually have many expectations from a season finale of a television series or a show. K-Drama fans watching Snowdrop had been waiting for the final episode with mixed feelings of excitement about a possible closure and sadness about the fact that the series has arrived at its end. But the schedule change has been sudden and has taken the regular audience by surprise, at least those outside the show’s home country.
What’s It About?
The story is set in the last two months of the year 1987. It is a year of great historical importance in South Korea. The year saw a massive protest that ushered in the general democratic and fair election, ending the dictatorial rule the country was under then.
Lim Soo-ho appears as a male graduate student who was discovered badly injured by a female university student named Eun Young-to. She rescued him, nursed him, and hid him in her room at the university. Lim is hiding from the government, and Eun helps him. They indulge in a romantic relationship that is not as simple as it could have been. Lim is not the person he pretends to be, and his layered personal life impacts the life of the female protagonist and the bond they share.
How Does It End?
A K-Drama set in a people of the volatile political scenario in a country is bound to be dark. Especially considering the backgrounds of the two protagonists- one the son of the Head of The United Front Department in North Korea, and the other the daughter of the Chief of South Korea’s National Security Agency, their relationship is likely to end abruptly.
Moreover, their relationship worsened since episode 7 and showed no sign of a happy ending. Death of Eun Young-ro at the end has been something viewers had been predicting since the first few episodes. But to find out what happens, you’ve to watch the final two episodes.
Where To Watch It?
For people in South Korea, it is JTBC. But for others, it’s available on Disney+. Unfortunately, it is available only for viewers from many countries, including Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, Japan, and Australia.
Cast and Crew
Snowdrop is written by Yoo Hyun-mi, directed by Jo Hyun-Tak, and the music is by Kim Tae-Seong. The cast includes Jung Hae-in as Lim Soo-ho, Jisoo as Eun Young-ro, Yoo In-na, Jang Seung-jo, and others. The default language is Korean, though the Disney+ viewers would get English subtitles.
So, if you are a K-Drama fan, do not miss episodes 15 and 16 of Snowdrop and know what happened to the protagonists and their love at the end.
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