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‘Snowdrop’ starring BLACKPINK’s Jisoo is out on December 18

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‘Snowdrop’ starring BLACKPINK’s Jisoo is out on December 18

K-DRAMA. Jisoo and Jung Hae-in star in the upcoming series, 'Snowdrop.'

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Jisoo and co-star Jung Hae-in play university students who fall in love amid South Korea's 1987 Democracy Movement

BLACKPINK’s Jisoo is set to make her K-drama leading lady debut with the premiere of the series Snowdrop on December 18.

Korean TV network JTBC announced the premiere date on Instagram, along with a teaser image showing Jisoo staring lovingly at her co-star Jung Hae-in.

Set during the 1987 Democracy Movement in South Korea, the show tells the story of two university students who fall in love as their country goes through a political upheaval.

The show marks Jisoo’s first leading role after a previous cameo appearance in the 2019 series Arthdal Chronicles

Jisoo is the last BLACKPINK member to release a major solo project. In September, Lisa released her debut single album Lalisa, while Rosé dropped her single album R in March. Jennie made her solo debut in November 2018. 

Snowdrop will air in Korea via JTBC, but will stream in certain regions via Disney+. – Rappler.com

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