JTBC's Saturday-Sunday drama "Snowdrop," which is set to premiere on December 18, presented character posters of Jung Hae-in and Ji-soo.
The poster containing two characters against a black background consists of two types. Beyond the broken glass, Jung Hae-in as Lim Soo-ho and Jisoo as Eun Young-ro, the two's intense expressions, and atmosphere attract attention.
The poster of Lim Soo-ho's character consists of Jung Hae-in's agonizing eyes with his head down and an intense copy of "A man aiming for fate toward her, Lim Soo-ho." The internal conflict and sadness felt between the given fate and inevitable love were expressed by Jung Hae-in's lonely and heavy atmosphere and the sharpness of the broken piece of glass. Expectations are high for Lim Soo-ho, a mysterious character to be created by actor Jung Hae-in, who has shown stable acting as well as a visual that captivates women's hearts.
Eun Young-ro's character poster catches the eye with Jisoo's sad eyes looking forward. The sharpness of glass fragments overlaps with Jisoo's appearance, which seems to retain faith in love and innocence, adding to the anxiety. The main copy of "The Woman Aiming at Love for Him, Eun Young-ro" amplifies curiosity about what will happen to the two main characters.
The production team of Snowdrop said, "Jung Hae-in and Ji-soo, the two actors, created a perfect expression and atmosphere in a short moment at the poster shooting site, creating a high synchronization with the character," adding, "Please watch how Lim Soo-ho and Eun Young-ro interact and choose."
Snowdrop is a work that tells the story of the desperate love of a prestigious college student who jumped into a women's dormitory in 1987 against the backdrop of Seoul and a female college student Youngro who hid and treated him in a crisis. The reunion of writer Yoo Hyun-mi and director Cho Hyun-tak of "SKY Castle" has become a hot topic.
"Snowdrop" will premiere at 10:30 p.m. on December 18.