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The snowdrop of Jisoo (BLACKPINK) continues to be banned by Knet.

Although it only aired episode 1 last night, Snowdrop received mixed opinions. The culmination was that a Korean audience even filed a lawsuit against the Blue House on December 19. with the content “Request to stop broadcasting Snowdrop.” As of noon on December 19, nearly 80,000 people have signed a petition asking the Blue House to stop broadcasting (the number is continuously increasing). The Blue House will directly answer the question if it receives the consent of more than 200,000 people.
Accordingly, the author of the article said, “The drama caused a lot of controversies when it revealed the democratization movement by publishing a summary of the content before its broadcast, and more than 200,000 people agreed with the idea. At the time, the producer confirmed that no male or female protagonist was participating in or leading the democratization movement. However, in last night’s episode 1 of Snowdrop. , the female lead misunderstood the male lead as a protester, while his identity was a spy.”
The author points out that this is a destructive depiction of the democratization movement. In the campaign for democratization, it is not appropriate to have victims of torture or torture without grounds. In addition, it is entirely inappropriate for Snowdrop to use the song “Pine Green Pine” as the background music in the scene where the supporting actor Lee Kang Moo (Jang Seung Jo), an employee of the Ministry of National Security, is chasing the male lead. Because this is a song used in the student movement in the democratization campaign to emphasize the suffering and victory of those who carry out the democratization movement, using this song as background music for a spy character is unacceptable.
The author continued to share: “I think the drama should not be broadcast anymore because it can be viewed in countries around the world through OTT service and it may cause a wrong historical view of The democratization movement in many foreigners is therefore advised to stop broadcasting Snowdrop and at this time, as the influence of Korean culture is gradually growing, I would like the broadcasting industry to reconsider this. this.”
Before that, Snowdrop was also opposed by the audience to broadcast by applying to the Blue House. And of course, both jTBC and the Blue House have also stated that “This is not a drama that disparages the democratization movement or glorifies spies and the NIS.” However, contrary to the reaction of Korean netizens, international audiences constantly praised the film’s setting, the superb acting of Jisoo (BLACKPINK), and the cast in “Snowdrop.”

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