Snowdrop (설강화) (Seolganghawa) is a South Korean television series that airs on JTBC last June 2021.

The main and official cast of Snowdrop Korean Drama includes.

Genre

Satire, Melodrama, Dark Comedy

Brief Plot

Snowdrop setting is during the 1987 Democracy movement, a mass protest movement to force the then-current authoritarian government to hold fair elections in South Korea. The main character Im Soo-ho was discovered dripping in blood by Kim Jisoo (no confirmed character name yet), a reason to hide him in her dorm room at her university. Later in the line, it is revealed that he hides a secret that is yet to uncover yet. Against the backdrop of government overthrow, the two develop a romantic relationship as the story unfolds.

Filming

The filming was stopped temporarily last November 2020 after a report came out that the supporting actor had close contact with someone who is COVID-19 positive.

The Controversy

It says that a real-life prominent figure (Chun Young Cho), during Student Protest way back in 1987 in South Korea is similar to Jisoo’s character, who is “Young Cho”. After this apparent issue, JTBC released an official statement that they will change Jisoo’s character name in Snowdrop, even though it is not connected to the said prominent figure. They will change it just because it is been pointed that there are some similarities with it.

The upcoming Korean Drama is scheduled to air in the second half of 2021, faced criticism the last few days after the plot circulated online. There are a lot of people that are raising concerns about a historical fast being distorted as it was said that the setting of it is during the pro-democracy movement. In addition to that, the leading man is a double agent, doing infiltration in the movement and being a team leader in the Intelligence service at the same time.

JTBC already responded to the criticisms saying not to speculate and believe in the false information circulating online especially that the drama series is not started yet. They also emphasized that they won’t deal with the pro-democracy movement and clarifies that the leads of the show do not participate in the said movement.

They also added that the setting of the show is in the 1987 presidential election and not the pro-democracy movement. The company humbly asked the people to stop misleading the public with false information.

OST

BLACKPINK Jisoo will sing the first OST of the Korean TV series

*As of update April 5, 2020. We will update this thoroughly

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By neilufet

Nathaniel is an entrepreneur, investor, social media manager of more than 8 businesses. In his spare time, he likes watching movies on Netflix and learning different things for self-improvement

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