‘The Glory’ Part 2 Will be Released This March: Here’s What to Expect
Retaliation stories often make for the most horrific thrillers, and a new Netflix K-drama is bringing the suspense to television. The Glory, directed by Ahn Gil-ho and written by Guardian: The Great and Lonely God author Kim Eun-sook, chronicles a woman's decades-long quest to get retribution on the high school bullies who left her with severe physical and psychological scars. Years later, Dong-eun (Song) takes on the role of homeroom teacher for the daughter of bully ringleader Yeo-jin and launches her methodical strategy to piece together each of the bullies' lives (Im Ji-yeon).
What to Expect on The Glory Part 2
According to Netflix, part two will debut on March 10, 2023. So, you won't have to wait too long for that satisfying conclusion. Even though the pictures in the tweet don't reveal much, they do show one thing we were hoping for: a bleeding Jae-jun. The other scenes are more enigmatic: Dong-eun is looking stern and troubled (when is she not, really? ), Yeon-jin is on the phone in the snow while wearing a cute pink coat, and interestingly, her love interest and Go teacher Yeo-jeong is playing with Yeon-supremely jin's intelligent husband Jung Sung-il.
This implies that Yeo-jeong will finally play a direct role in Dong-plot eun's as opposed to idly watching and acting like a good doctor while appearing lovesick.