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The minute-long clip introduced a new change in airing time slots for the free-to-air cable network, moving its current Friday-Saturday 11pm KST slot of dramas over to Saturday-Sunday at 10:30pm KST from September onwards.
In the announcement clip, JTBC outlined the dramas that would be affected by this change in consecutive order. This includes the long-awaited Snowdrop, which is set to feature BLACKPINK’s Jisoo as its lead actress opposite Jung Hae-in (Tune In For Love, One Spring Night).
According to the video announcement, Snowdrop is et to air as JTBC’s final Saturday-Sunday drama of the year. The clip also gave viewers a first glimpse at the series, showcasing scenes of Jisoo and Jung’s characters slow-dancing together. Further details regarding Snowdrop have yet to be announced by JTBC.
Other dramas affected by the new time slot change include the highly-anticipated Lost, starring Ryu Jun-yeol and Jeon Do-yeon. The series is scheduled to premiere on September 4.
Meanwhile, crime-comedy-action drama Koo Kyung Yi (romanised title), starring veteran actress Lee Young-ae (Sympathy For Lady Vengeance, ID: Gangnam Beauty), is set to premiere this October.
In other K-drama news, actress Han So-hee recently shared the difficulties she faced while preparing for her character in the currently-airing Nevertheless. “It took me a while to become one with Yoo Na-bi,” she admitted.