Snow Flower (TV series)

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Snow Flower
Snow Flower (TV series)-poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known as Snowflakes
Based on Flower in Snow
by Kim Soo-hyun
Written by Park Jin-woo
Directed by Lee Jong-soo
Starring Kim Hee-ae
Go Ara
Lee Jae-ryong
Kim Kibum
Country of origin South Korea
No. of episodes 16
Location(s) South Korea, Japan
Running time 60 minutes
Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 (KST)
Original network Seoul Broadcasting System
Original release November 20, 2006 (2006-11-20) – January 9, 2007 (2007-01-09)
Preceded by Common Single
Followed by The Person I Love
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Snow Flower (Hangul눈꽃; RRNun-ggot) is a 2006 South Korean television series starring Kim Hee-ae, Go Ara, Lee Jae-ryong and Kim Kibum. It aired on SBS from November 20, 2006 to January 9, 2007 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.

A story about a mother who tries to protect her daughter out of love but inflicts pain instead, the drama series was based on the same-titled novel written by Kim Soo-hyun. It was also adapted into the 1992 film Flower in Snow starring Yoon Jeong-hee and Lee Mi-yeon.[1]


When she was young, Yoo Da-mi (Go Ara) was forced to move in with her grandmother. Her father subsequently disappeared from her life, and since then, she'd always believed that he'd died. As time passes, her mother Lee Kang-ae (Kim Hee-ae) becomes one of the country's bestselling authors. Consequently, she never found time to spend with her daughter. One day, Da-mi accidentally intercepts a phone call from her father, Yoo Geon-hee (Lee Jae-ryong), and realizes that her mother has lied to her all these years about her father's whereabouts. Angry, Da-mi rebels by deciding not to go to college, despite having excellent grades in high school. On a whim, she accompanies her friend to an audition, and becomes an actress instead. Coincidentally, the first film Da-mi stars in is based on one of Kang-ae's novels. During one of their heated arguments, Da-mi tells her mother that she's going to Japan to search for her father. Meanwhile, at her side is her boss's stepbrother, Ha Young-chan (Kim Kibum), a family friend who secretly loves Da-mi and keeps helping her even though she's rejected his feelings.[2]


Main characters[edit]

Supporting characters[edit]

  • Kim Sung-joon as Park Dong-woo, Kang-ae's boyfriend
  • Ahn Jae-hwan as Min Ji-seob, Kang-ae's doctor friend
  • Kim Young-ok as Kang-ae's mother and Da-mi's grandmother
  • Kim Bo-yeon as Choi Jung-sun, Kang-ae's business assistant
  • Song Seok-ho as Lee Man-ho, Jung-sun's husband
  • Ji Sung-won as Lee Shin-ae, Jung-sun and Man-ho's eldest daughter
  • Lee Gun-joo as Lee Shin-beom, Jung-sun and Man-ho's son
  • Hayama as Sakae, Geon-hee's Japanese wife
  • Hoshino as Yuka, Geon-hee's Japanese daughter
  • Kim Min-chae as Choi Jung-ja
  • Park Ji-mi as Da-mi's friend
  • Kim Ha-yoon as Oh Hee-jin
  • Yoon Jung-eun as young Da-mi
  • Shin Kwi-shik

International broadcast[edit]

In Thailand aired on Modernine TV beginning July, 29 2008 to October, 1 2008, on Mondays-Wednesdays at 13:05-14:00 [3]


  1. ^ "Drama Snow Flower to Be Shot in September". KBS Global. 16 June 2006. Retrieved 2013-08-22. 
  2. ^ "Drama of the week Snow Flower". Hancinema. 10 November 2011. Retrieved 2013-08-22. 
  3. ^ "Snow Flower - แรงรัก แรงแค้น". blike (in Thai). Retrieved August 13, 2016. 

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