BLACKPINK’s Jisoo, Jung Hae In with “Snowdrop” streaming on Disney+ Hotstar; verification date, check date

Recently, Disney+ online streaming site Hotstar announced that the highly anticipated K-drama, snowdrops is ready to stream on the streamer in India, starting in February, Pinkvilla reported. The report suggests that the first episode will be available in India on February 9 and the 16-episode K-drama will release a new episode every week on Disney+ Hotstar. The period drama recently aired its final two episodes on January 30 on South Korean channel JTBC.

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Created by writer Yoo Hyun Mi and directed by Jo Hyun Tak, snowdrops takes place in Seoul in 1987, South Korea. The new K-drama depicts a love story of Su Ho, played by prestigious college student Jung Hae In, who suddenly rushes into a female college dorm covered in blood one day.

BLACKPINK member Jisoo plays Young Ro, a female college student who hides it and takes care of his injuries while facing danger under close watch. The drama also stars Yoo In Na, Jang Seung Jo, Yoon Se Ah, Kim Hye Yoon, and Jung Yoo Jin. snowdrops originally created on December 18.

Yoo Hyun Mi and director Jo Hyun Tak are the powerhouse duo who also released the 2018 thriller drama, sky castle under their credits. snowdrops was among the top five most-watched titles in the majority of APAC markets on the streamer for the first five consecutive weeks since its premiere.

Speaking about the drama, director Jo Hyun Taj described it as a “heartwarming fictional melodrama” that revolves around a young couple in love who, as the story unfolds, find themselves enduring pain. unbearable that one rarely encounters in life.

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