Will It Snow for Christmas?

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Will It Snow for Christmas?
Will It Snow For Christmas?.jpg
Promotional poster for Will It Snow for Christmas?
Also known as Will It Snow on Christmas?
Written by Lee Kyung-hee
Directed by Choi Moon-suk
Starring Go Soo
Han Ye-seul
Song Jong-ho
Sunwoo Sun
Country of origin South Korea
No. of episodes 16
Production
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST)
Production company(s) SidusHQ
Release
Original network Seoul Broadcasting System
Picture format 1080i HDTV
Original release December 2, 2009 (2009-12-02) – January 28, 2010 (2010-01-28)
Chronology
Preceded by You're Beautiful
Followed by OB & GY
External links
Website

Will It Snow for Christmas? (Hangul크리스마스에 눈이 올까요?; RRKeuriseumaseue Nuni Olkkayo?) is a South Korean television melodrama series starring Go Soo, Han Ye-seul, Song Jong-ho, Sunwoo Sun, and Jo Min-su.[1][2][3] It aired on SBS from December 2, 2009 to January 28, 2010 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.[4][5]

Cast[edit]

  • Go Soo as Cha Kang-jin
  • Han Ye-seul as Han Ji-wan
  • Song Jong-ho as Park Tae-joon
  • Sunwoo Sun as Lee Woo-jung
  • Jo Min-su as Cha Chun-hee (Kang-jin's mother)
  • Chun Ho-jin as Han Joon-soo
  • Kim Do-yeon as Seo Young-sook
  • Song Joong-ki as Han Ji-yong (Ji-wan's older brother)
  • Kim Ki-bang as Cha Bu-san (Kang-jin's younger brother)
    • Seo Jae-wook as teenage Bu-san
  • Seok Jin-yi as Lee Jin-kyung
    • Yang So-young as teenage Jin-kyung
  • Kim Kwang-min as Seo Jae-hyun
  • Kim Joon-hyung as Kyung-soo
  • Min Ji-young as Miss Sun
  • Kim In-tae as Noh Gyo-soo
  • Kim Hyung-bum as Kim Jung-pil
  • Yeo Min-joo as Song Yoon-joo
  • Do Ji-han as Park Jong-suk
  • Baek Seung-hyeon
  • Kim Kwang-kyu as Kang-jin's homeroom teacher

Reception[edit]

According to TNS Media Korea, episodes one and two achieved a rating of 8.6% and 7.7% nationwide and ranked second against its rivals Iris on KBS and Hero on MBC.[6] The ratings of the rerun for episodes one and two, however, were recorded to be 8.7% and 11.4% nationwide, surpassing its original broadcast.[7]

Date Episode Nationwide Seoul Area
2009-12-02 1 8.6% (21st) 9.0% (20th)
2009-12-03 2 7.7% (24th) (<8.7%)
2009-12-09 3 7.2% (27th) (<8.2%)
2009-12-10 4 7.8% (19th) 7.5% (20th)
2009-12-16 5 9.9% (16th) 10.3% (14th)
2009-12-17 6 9.4% (16th) 9.5% (15th)
2009-12-23 7 16.4% (5th) 16.7% (4th)
2009-12-24 8 15.6% (4th) 16.0% (4th)
2010-01-06 9 14.5% (8th) 14.5% (7th)
2010-01-07 10 12.7% (10th) 12.5% (11th)
2010-01-13 11 10.8% (15th) 10.1% (16th)
2010-01-14 12 11.5% (12th) 11.8% (11th)
2010-01-20 13 9.7% (18th) 9.8% (16th)
2010-01-21 14 10.7% (12th) 10.1% (13th)
2010-01-27 15 9.1% (19th) 8.9% (19th)
2010-01-28 16 10.9% (11th) 10.8% (11th)
Average 10.8% -

Source: TNS Media Korea

International broadcast[edit]

  • In Thailand it first aired on Modernine TV in 2011.[8]
  • In Vietnam it aired on VTV2 in December 27, 2013.

References[edit]

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