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Here’s Where You Can Watch Blackpink Jisoo’s Drama, Snowdrop
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Here’s Where You Can Watch Blackpink Jisoo’s Drama, Snowdrop

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Blackpink Jisoo and Jung Hae In’s drama, “Snowdrop,” is not going to be released in Netflix

Last Oct 14, Korean cable channel, JTBC released a 29 second teaser of Snowdrop, a new K-Drama starring Blackpink’s Jisoo and Deserter Pursuit‘s star Jung Hae In. Snowdrop is set in 1987 South Korea, a pivotal year in the country’s history when which protestors faced an authoritarian government “to hold democratic elections and later enforce constitutional reforms during the June 29 Declaration.

Snowdrop official poster from Twitter.

The drama follows the complicated love story of Su-ho (Jung Hae In), a graduate student from a prestigious university, and Young-ro (Jisoo), a cheerful English literature student at Hosu Women’s University. Their story becomes entangled with the mass protests during the tumultuous time in the nation’s history after Su-ho gets involved in a violent street protest and Young-ro helps him hide from authorities.

Judging from the premise itself and the line from the teaser many fans already made fan theories regarding the short teaser saying that the drama will probably have a sad ending. The line in question goes, “I’m sorry. It’s because of me,” Jung Hae In said in the voiceover. The teaser also ends with Jisoo’s voice-over saying, “I miss you. I wish I could see you just once.” The drama which is directed by Jo Hyun-tak and written by Yoo Hyun-mi, is set to air on Dec. 3 on Disney Plus. Ahead of its upcoming launch in South Korea, Disney+ has revealed plans for its forthcoming expansion into Asia-Pacific content ahead of its upcoming launch in South Korea. The streaming platform will introduce several upcoming titles including Snowdrop.

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