“Snowdrop” released new still cuts: Kang-moo and housemother Pi kneeled down in front of Su-ho (Jung Hae-in) and Chung-ya (Yoo In-na), did they fail to escape?

The still cuts showing Lee Kang-moo (Jang Seung-jo) and Pi Seung-hee (Yoon Se-ah) kneeling in front of Im Su-ho (Jung Hae-in) and Kang Chung-ya (Yoo In-na) have been unveiled.

The 10th episode of JTBC’s Saturday-Sunday drama “Snowdrop” (written by Yoo Hyun-mi/ directed by Jo Hyun-tak/ created by Drama House Studio, JTBC Studio) to be aired on January 15th, will show the scene when Lee Kang-moo and Pi Seung-hee, who led the dormitory escape, be beaten up by the spies, who were dispatched to South Korea, Im Su-ho and Kang Chung-ya. The viewers’ attention is focused on what will happen to Lee Kang-moo and Pi Seung-hee, who are kneeling down in front of Su-ho, who is standing with a gun and showing a serious face.

In the 9th episode aired last week, Kang-moo and housemother Pi tried to escape from the dormitory with the students. In order to prevent the students from escaping, Chung-ya pressed the button to explode a bomb inside the dormitory.

Snowdrop still cuts

The still cuts released on January 15th revealed the scene of Su-ho and Chung-ya interrogating Kang-moo and housemother Pi. While Su-ho is holding weapons and looking down at Kang-moo and Pi Seung-hee, Chung-ya puts a cold expression on her face. While kneeling down, Kang-moo still expressed his strong feelings through the eyes, and housemother Pi still showed her elegant look, raising interest in what kind of conversations the four people will have.

In particular, recognizing that the hostage crisis was being used as a presidential campaign to maintain South Korea’s regime, Kang-moo persuaded Su-ho but got caught while escaping. Therefore, this has signaled a change in the relationship between the two.

Snowdrop still cuts

In episode 10 of “Snowdrop”, which will air on January 15th, the stories of Han-na (Jung Yoo-jin), who was instructed by Kang-moo, starting to find evidence of the secrets surrounding the hostage crisis, and Chung-ya, who cannot tolerate the suspicions about Suho, doubting the will of her party, will be revealed.

JTBC’s Saturday-Sunday drama “Snowdrop” is drawing keen attention as the audiences are waiting to see what will happen to the students, who attempted to escape after the explosion in their dormitory, and the southern agent, who tried to stop the case. The new episodes will be broadcast every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 P.M.


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