The entirety of jTBC drama Snowdrop‘s existence felt like someone intentionally set out to create a drama that can upset the most amount of people while actually thinking it was doing a work of art. Even to the very end, the story conclusion was as expected to the veteran drama watchers (there was no other ending possible), but for those loyal fans who may have checked it out solely as Blackpink member Jisoo fans or simply those wanting a old school throwback type kept apart by destiny love story the ending likely left them also as upset as others upset about different stuff. Basically people are still upset about Snowdrop, lol, and I’ve snuck in solely to mull over male lead Jung Hae In’s acting growth, nice flex in picking a character wildly different than his softer breakout roles, so I got what made this drama worth watching for me. In the end Jisoo really was not as terrible as some might have worried but she was for sure too green to headline a high profile drama as her first acting role and if she does want an ongoing acting career she will have to pick smarter to accumulate acting experience. Covering Snowdrop was fast out of the gate and then lost steam as the drama settled from controversy magnet to simply a mediocre story that was too big for its britches in what it wanted to accomplish.