Jisoo and Jung Hae In’s kiss scene in the 11th episode piques the public’s interest
After the plot twist in the previous episode, when Soo Ho (Jung Hae In) suddenly teamed up with Kang Moo and betrayed Doctor Kang (Yoo In Na), episode 11 of “Snowdrop” begins with the scene where Boon Ok (Kim Hye Yoon) accidentally found out that Soo Ho had betrayed Chung Ya, so she went to report it to Gyeok Chan in anger.
Soo Ho, on the other hand, effectively subdued the hot-tempered teammate and even disclosed to the team the terrible plan of South and North Korea. Accordingly, the main reason Soo Ho decided to join hands with Kang Moo is that the government is just using the lives of spies in exchange for a large sum of money. Boon Ok, on the other hand, wrongly joined Kang Chung Ya‘s side so when she realized that the spies were being suppressed, she took Young Ro (Jisoo) hostage.
As the presidential election day approached, the situation got increasingly heated. And, in order to protect the hostages’ lives, Soo Ho and Kang Moo decide to expose the government’s intentions to everyone. Furthermore, Soo Ho decided to allow the females to stay freely in the dormitory under the supervision of housemother Pi. Soo Ho, on the other hand, overheard Young Ro’s sweet confession that she recorded when they first met.
The most anticipated scene finally took place at the end of episode 11. Young Ro actively invited Soo Ho into their old shelter to drink coffee together. They talked about their family and themselves. They then promise to forget all the bad memories they have of each other. Instead of a confession, Soo Ho kissed Young Ro to end the episode. The most shocking thing was that he continued to give Young Ro a kiss as a very sweet apology.
Snowdrop airs on jTBC every Saturday and Sunday.