A South Korean drama series is coming to Disney+ this week, starring a hugely popular K-Pop singer.
BLACKPINK singer Jisoo stars in “Snowdrop” at Disney+ on Wednesday, February 9. The series had already launched on Disney+ South Korea last year and will be available in the United States and Canada this week.
The series is written by Yoo Hyun-mi and directed by Jo Hyun-tak. “Snowdrop,” according to media that followed the program closely, is described as a “period drama that explores the forbidden love between a young couple trapped in a time of political turmoil.” The series is set in 1987 and centers on the love story of a North Korean spy and a college student.
“Snowdrop” stars Jisoo, Jung Hae-in, Heo Joon-ho, Jang Seung-jo, Jung Yoo-jin, Yoo In-na, and Yoon Se-ah. Unlike other Disney+ shows, “Snowdrop” won’t be rolling out weekly; all 16 episodes will drop at the same time.
Where can I watch “Snowdrop”?
It’s available on Disney+ ($7.99/month or $79.99/year).
There’s also a Disney+ bundle option available, which includes access to Hulu (with ads) and ESPN+ for just $13.99/month.
What if I’m already a Hulu subscriber and want to add Disney+?
Sign up for Disney+ using the same email associated with your Hulu account, regardless of Hulu account type. You’ll still be charged the full price of your Hulu account each month, but you’ll receive a $5.99 credit for a Disney+ subscription.