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Snowdrop gets sadder in Episode 6: BLACKPINK’s Jisoo risks her life and gets held at gunpoint by Jung Hae In

Soo Ho’s way of repaying Young Ro’s help seems to be getting more outrageous in episode 6 of Snowdrop.

After getting suddenly attacked in the previous episode, Soo Ho (Jung Hae In) manages to escape and survive in episode 6 of Snowdrop by returning to the university dorm. Moreover, fortunately, after the fierce battle in episode 5, the older brother of Young Ro (Jisoo) is still alive and only injured.

After acting cold many times, Soo Ho bandages Young Ro's wound when he sees her injured hand
After acting cold many times, Soo Ho bandages Young Ro's wound when he sees her injured hand
After acting cold many times, Soo Ho bandages Young Ro’s wound when he sees her injured hand

Episode 6 of Snowdrop gets more dramatic when Soo Ho shoots his ally to warn him not to go over the limit. Besides, Nam Tae II (Park Sung Woong) asks Kang Chung Ya (Yoo In Na) to pretend to treat the dorm students but actually instigates her to kill Soo Ho’s comrades. 

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Episode 6 of Snowdrop continues as Soo Ho keeps his promise and decides to release some of the schoolgirls.  However, Boon Ok (Kim Hye Yoon) objects because she feels it is unfair that only female students from rich families will be released. Therefore, Young Ro also decides to stay in the dormitory.  When Chung Ya enters the dormitory for treatment, she runs into Soo Ho.  And their reactions suggest that there is a high probability that the two are acquaintances.  Maybe Chung Ya holds a very important role, maybe this doctor is a spy.

As Soo Ho tends to randomly select female students to release, the others are once again disgruntled and rioted.  At this point, Young Ro feels guilty that she is the cause of the incident. Thus, she gets mad at Soo Ho.  She reveals herself as the daughter of the Director of the Ministry of Security, who is Soo Ho’s rival as well as asking him to arrest only her and release the others. Episode 6 of Snowdrop ends with Soo Ho’s triumphant smile. It seems he has achieved his main goal of grasping the rival’s weak points.

Snowdrop airs every Saturday, Sunday on JTBC.

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