The first part of glory is Song Hye KyoDon’s revenge. In the promo for the second part of the series, the grim Dong-eun writes a letter to her bullies, especially to Yeon-jin, the girl who tortured her physically and mentally at school. She swears to hell for her—and as she writes the words, one can see flashes of what’s to come, including the house on fire, Dong-eun crying, and Lee Do-hyun’s Joo Yeo-jung promising to be her executioner. The trailer is full of explosive tension, hinting at the ensuing madness.
The second part of the series will be available on Netflix on March 10.
In the first installment of the revenge drama, we see the backstory of Song Hye-kyo’s Dong-eun, a middle-class girl who is brutally tortured by her rich classmates. She drops out of school and spends the next few years slowly starting to plan her revenge and become the head teacher of Yeon-jin’s daughter who bullied her. As the series progresses, she finds solace in Lee Do-hyun, who promises to help her in this bloody quest for revenge.
Song Hye Kyo previously spoke to Elle about her role in Glory: “Dong-eun expresses her emotions in many dynamic scenes. I’m excited to express emotions that I’ve never had before.” [portrayed through acting] forward. I was so happy lying in my room after filming a difficult scene. ’ When asked how she wanted her character Moon Dong-eun to look, she replied, ‘I wanted her to look tired and weak. A determined vengeful might get fat, but I think that if the perpetrator is being beaten by a weaker person, it’s the kind of person whose appearance makes them think “what’s so scary about that person?” At first I planned not to change clothes often, but because the character’s job is to stand in front of children as a teacher, I had to dress neatly. “