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Jung Hae-in and Ji-soo are sentimental in the character poster for “Snowdrop”

Actor Jung Hae-in and BLACKPINK Ji-soo showed their affectionate chemistry.

Jung Hae-in and Ji-soo are sentimental in the character poster for “Snowdrop”

JTBC’s new drama “Snowdrop” (script written by Yoo Hyun-mi, directed by Jo Hyun-tak) released its first character poster on Nov 30th, featuring the main characters Jung Hae-in and Ji-soo.

Lim Su-ho (played by Jung Hae-in) showed a more mature look in the poster. His eyes were impressive as if he were agonizing with his head slightly bowing. His intense expression and atmosphere stood out.

The phrase of “The Man Who Aims For Destiny For That Girl, Lim Su-ho” also drew attention, expressing the inner conflict felt between his given fate and inevitable love.

Jung Hae-in and Ji-soo are sentimental in the character poster for “Snowdrop”

Eun Young-ro (played by Ji-soo) was sentimental in her poster. She looked straight ahead with a sad look while the sharp glass fragments overlapped with her expression of faith in love and innocence, adding to the anxiety.

The phrase in the poster also attracts attention from netizens. “The woman aiming at love towards him, Eun Young-ro” amplified curiosity about what would happen to the two characters.

The production team said, “The two actors created perfect expressions and atmosphere in a short moment at the poster shooting site, creating a high synchronization with their characters.”

“Please wait and see how Lim Su-ho and Eun Young-ro, who are embroiled in a fateful incident, will communicate and what they will choose,” they said.

Jung Hae-in and Ji-soo are sentimental in the character poster for “Snowdrop”

Snowdrop” is a romance drama set in Seoul in 1987. It depicts the desperate love of Su-ho, who jumped into the women’s dormitory full of blood, and a female college student who helped him.

Meanwhile, writer Yoo Hyun-mi and producer Cho Hyun-tak of “SKY Castle” reunited in this project, drawing attention. “Snowdrop” will premiere at 10:30 p.m. on the 18th of next month.

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