The Glory is a South Korean streaming television series directed by Ahn Gil-ho and written by Kim Eun-sook.
The ensemble cast also includes Song Hye-Kyo, Lee Do-Hyun, Lim Ji-Yeon, Yeom Hye-ran, Park Sung-hoon, and Jung Sung-il.
Part 1 was released on Netflix on December 30, 2022, and Part 2 is set to arrive on March 10, 2023.
The Glory Part 1 Ending Explained
Jae-Joon, it turns out, has been around a bit and was also having a secret relationship with Hye-Jeong, which Dong-eun discovers evidence of as well.
Meanwhile, she employs her Go knowledge to entice Do-Yeong so that she can be seen with him in public. She found a willing executioner in Yeo-Jeong, a man who was also out for vengeance after his father was murdered by a serial killer patient.
The stakes are raised following the death of another of the gang’s victims, So-he, whose parents refused to drop the case. Yeon-jin is willing to kill to keep this secret hidden, and it appears – with a pair of green heels as a visual motif – that she kills Myeong-oh in order to do so, using her contacts and privilege to cover up the murder and force So-family he’s to finally drop the case.
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But, after receiving the pictures of him and Dong-eun as a threat, Do-Yeong starts poking around and discovers evidence of his wife’s affair with Jae-Joon, Ye-parentage, sol’s, and Dong-connection sun’s as her teacher.
This eventually brings him face-to-face with Dong-eun, who is heavily reliant on him to carry out the next stage of her plan. It’s unclear what form that will take, but it will almost certainly involve completely annihilating Yeon-jin.
The phrase “Revenge is a dish best served cold” is an apt description for this latest K-pop drama, which revolves around a woman’s determination to seek vengeance from those who abused her years ago. And we’re not talking about regular high school bullies who play practical jokes on their classmates or embarrass them in public.
These are devils in disguise. Moon Dong-Eun (Song Hye-Kyo) witnesses their terror firsthand as she is scalded with a hot curling iron, mercilessly punched, and kicked in the stomach by a gang of rich spoiled brats who delight in torturing someone just for kicks.
But they have no idea that their victim is slowly gaining strength from their abuse, and that one day they will all pay for what they have done.
The conviction of the character seeking vengeance is crucial in any revenge drama. We can assure you that there is no shortage of that here, but if you’re looking for a quick fix, you may be disappointed. Moon’s grand plan for retribution is lengthy, patient, and burns slowly.
As a result, the screenplay is layered and paced out over eight episodes of the first season, leaving a lot to look forward to for Part 2 in March of next year. However, the intensity of the execution and the unfolding of Moon’s master plan will keep you hooked.