Disney has announced that “Snowdrop,” a South Korean television series starring Jung Hae-in, Jisoo, Yoo In-na, Jang Seung-jo, Yoon Se-ah, Kim Hye-yoon, and Jung Yoo-jin, will premiere on Disney+ in Canada on Wednesday, February 9th with two episodes and additional episodes dropping each week for a total of 16 episodes.
In Australia and New Zealand, “Snowdrop” officially debuted on Disney+ beginning December 15, 2021. “Snowdrop” will also release all episodes in the US on Feb. 9th. A release date for the UK has not been announced yet.
“Snowdrop” takes place in 1987, a pivotal year in South Korean history that included the June 1987 Democracy Movement, a mass protest movement with the purpose of forcing the dictatorship in South Korea to hold fair elections, and the resulting December 1987 democratic elections, which led to the end of the authoritarian Fifth Republic of Korea and the establishment of the democratic Sixth Republic of Korea.
The series is set in November and December 1987. Lim Soo-ho (Jung Hae-in) plays a graduate student who is discovered covered in blood by Eun Young-ro (Jisoo), a female university student and hides him from the government in her dorm room at her women’s university. However, it is revealed that Soo-ho is not who he appears to be. Against the backdrop of political upheaval, the pair’s story unfolds and the two develop a romantic relationship.
You can watch a trailer for “Snowdrop” below:
For the full list of everything coming to Canada this February, click here.
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