“Snowdrop” To Air The Next 3 Episodes For 3 Consecutive Days
Following the controversy over alleged historical distortion, JTBC’s “Snowdrop” decided to create a special broadcast schedule to ease viewers’ concerns.
In hopes of resolving misunderstandings originating from the beginning of the drama, JTBC will air episodes 3, 4, and 5 on December 24, 25, and 26, respectively, at 10:30 p.m. KST.
On December 23, JTBC released the following statement:
The controversy continues for JTBC’s “Snowdrop.” Due to the nature of the drama, all narratives cannot be released at once, so it seems that a misunderstanding has arisen from the initial development. In response, JTBC decided to specially air episodes ahead of schedule to ease viewers’ concerns.
Episodes 3 to 5 of “Snowdrop,” which will air for three days from December 24 to December 26, will reveal the background story of Su Ho (played by Jung Hae In), a North Korean spy dispatched to South Korea, coming to Korea and the unfair power situation, which will explain the probability of the initial setting. In the drama, it will turn out that the Agency for National Security Planning is the organization that brings the spies to South Korea, and the leaders of North Korea and South Korea will collude for power and money. In addition, [the episodes will contain] stories of young people who get caught up in their secret operations.
JTBC respects various views and opinions about our content. In order to hear the opinions of viewers, we are listening to diverse voices by opening the portal site’s real-time chat window and the official viewers’ message board. This special schedule was also decided in order to address viewers’ concerns. We will continue to listen to your opinions and do our best to create good content.