South Korean historical drama Snowdrop’s rating fluctuates. Still, it solidified its place as the most-watched series/show on Disney+. The drama ranks first in four Asian countries.
The website Flix Patrol monitors the charts and streaming rates in real-time. According to the data, Snowdrop ranked first in Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. Its rank is stable in Taiwan, where it secured the first spot in the last six days. The drama ranked first in South Korea and Singapore for two days, January 3 to 4. In Hong Kong, the drama spent three days on the charts, from January 3 to 5, before falling into the fourth spot.
The data shows that Snowdrop’s ratings aren’t as bad as depicted. Despite the controversy on historical distortion, the drama is quite solid. People continue to watch it.
Lately, the historical distortion accusation ignited after a production staff’s remarks. People continue to petition and find ways to have the show canceled. But JTBC has made its decision, and the court ruled in favor of them. Viewers can relax as the show will continue production and streaming on Disney+.
Snowdrop is a historical-romantic drama set in 1987, a historic year in South Korea. Graduate student Lim Soo-ho was found in a bloody and beaten state by female university student Young-ro. She rescued him by hiding him from the government in her dorm room.
In the midst of political turbulence, a love story unfolds.