It’s kinda ironic that after all that hullabaloo around jTBC Sat-Sun drama Snowdrop it will likely end with a whimper and a sigh. No one protesting and not much people watching left. It’s okay though, the ardent fans can still cheer on their Jisoo and the casual fans hopefully get a satisfying ending for those who like the story. I’ve only ever enjoyed the parts with Jung Hae In and moreso his scenes with Jisoo. It’s unfortunate that he’s such a himbo in real life because he remains a really really good young actor, all that potential in Pretty Noona Buys Me Food (Something in the Rain) was realized in One Spring Night and now has evolved and expanded in different types of roles in both D.P. and Snowdrop. The gentle young man lover has become the tortured soulful warrior type and he’s able to hit the same emotional soft beats even as he’s delivering the physicality needed for these characters. Of course, him and his black t-shirt accentuating those newly acquired biceps is eye candy I’m not going to say no to lol. Ultimately he’s the best thing in this mediocre story which ended up being a hostage one-scene staged in a women’s dorm that thinks it’s delivering more when it’s just wandering in circles.