The Glory Part 2: The Wait for Revenge is Over

The wait for Moon Dong-eun’s (played by Song Hye-kyo) long-anticipated revenge has been a trying one for fans of “The Glory.” If you reached episode eight of season one, you might have felt frustrated as the sweet taste of revenge still eluded you. But fear not, the wait is almost over!

The next eight episodes will feature the crushing of Yeon-jin (played by Lim Ji-yeon) and her vicious gang. The finale will be served piping hot with a satisfying dose of retribution. Get ready to see the net close in on the villainous friendship group in the highly-anticipated second installment of “The Glory.”

When is The Glory part 2 on?

The anticipation is finally over! Netflix has officially announced the highly-anticipated second part of the show will be hitting screens on March 10, 2023. Get ready to say goodbye to the cliffhanger and welcome some much-needed resolution.

The recent tweet from Netflix teased fans with a sneak peek of what’s to come. Although the images don’t reveal much, they give a hint of the thrilling journey ahead. The pictures show a blood-stained Jae-jun, a phone-wielding Yeon-jin bundled up in a stunning pink coat amidst the snow, a determined Dong-eun with her signature intense expression, and a surprising development – Yeo-jeong, Dong-eun’s love interest, settling down for a game with Yeon-jin’s wealthy husband, Jung Sung-il.

These images hint that Yeo-jeong will finally play a more active role in Dong-eun’s plan, rather than being limited to the background as a love-struck and virtuous medic. The teaser trailer promises even more exciting details, so stay tuned!

Who are the casts?

The same talented actors are back to bring the same captivating characters to life as their story remains far from over.

These stars include:

  • Song Hye-kyo as Dong-eun
  • Lim Ji-yeon as Yeon-jin
  • Kim Hieora as Sa-ra
  • Jung Sung-il as Do-yeong
  • Cha Joo-young as Hye-jeong
  • Lee Do-hyun as Ju Yeo-jeong
  • Park Sung-hoon as Jeon Jae-jun

If we’re to see the absence of Kang Hyeon-nam, played by Yeom Hye-ran, fans are ready to stage a revolt. This transformation from domestic abuse victim to cunning detective is a fan-favorite and must be preserved at all costs. They want to see her sit at the dinner table and enjoy a warm meal with her daughter once again.

Although Myeong-oh, the rough-and-tough dealer played by Kim Gun-woo, is no longer among the living, that doesn’t mean he won’t make an appearance in flashbacks. The mystery of who took his life still remains unsolved.

What about the plot?

Dong-eun’s mission is set to unfold, with a few obstacles and contemplations on the cost of retribution along the way. Through an intricate web of flashbacks, we’re aware of Dong-eun’s ultimate goal – to make her tormentors pay for their cruelty. She wants them to endure the same agony she suffered and death is too easy for them.

Myeong-oh was the first to fall into Dong-eun’s trap. She manipulated him into betraying his arrogant boss, Jae-jun, stealing DNA samples to prove that he’s the father of Yeon-jin’s daughter and not her husband, Do-young. However, Myeong-oh’s death was not caused by Dong-eun, and we’ll have to wait until the end to find out who the culprit is.

Next in line is Hye-jeong, who agreed to work for Dong-eun to avoid her wrath. But will she be left unscathed? We doubt it. Dong-eun is not known for her mercy, even though Hye-jeong was also a victim of Yeon-jin’s cruelty.

The final showdown is yet to come, as the two worst bullies, Yeon-jin and Jae-jun, will feel the full force of Dong-eun’s vengeance. Her weapon of choice? Ye-sol, their daughter, who is surprisingly kind and sweet, considering her parents’ sadistic nature. Ye-sol is the perfect tool to turn against them.

You can watch the trailer in the link:

Conclusion

The wait for Moon Dong-eun’s (played by Song Hye-kyo) revenge in “The Glory” is finally coming to an end. The next eight episodes will feature the downfall of Yeon-jin (played by Lim Ji-yeon) and her gang, promising a satisfying finale for fans. The highly-anticipated second installment of the show will be hitting screens on March 10, 2023. The same talented cast will be back to bring the captivating characters to life as the story remains far from over. Dong-eun’s mission to make her tormentors pay for their cruelty is set to unfold with obstacles and contemplation on the cost of retribution. The final showdown with Yeon-jin and Jae-jun is yet to come, and Dong-eun’s weapon of choice is their daughter Ye-sol. Get ready for an exciting and thrilling journey!

Frequently asked question

Q. How many episodes will the glory have?

Development. Preparation for the series began in January of 2021. Entirely pre-produced by Hwa&Dam Pictures and its parent company Studio Dragon, it is a Netflix original series. It is said that the series will be produced in two seasons, 8 episodes per season for a total of 16 episodes.

Q. Where can I watch the glory Kdrama?

The Glory, starring Song Hye-kyo (Descendents of the Sun fame), is slated to stream on the entertainment streaming platform Netflix from December 30th, 2022.

Q. Why was Gloria cancelled?

The show was canceled because Sally Struthers blew off an interview with TV Guide. Also, Carroll O’Connor was a producer and lost control of his vision for the show which included plans for Archie and Gloria to appear on each other’s show on occasion. Though the ratings were healthy, the writing was sub-par.

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