The highly-anticipated second part of the Korean drama, The Glory, finally aired on Friday (10/3) to much fanfare. With its revenge-themed storyline and a script by Kim Eun Sook, the drama has taken the world by storm, topping Netflix rankings in several countries.
According to Netflix Indonesia, The Glory had already amassed a whopping 123 million hours of watch time by Wednesday (15/3). This impressive figure has helped the drama secure the top spot for non-English TV content in a staggering 79 countries, a feat that speaks volumes about the show’s global appeal.
One of the reasons behind the success of The Glory is the satisfying ending that director Ahn Gil Ho has crafted for the story. In particular, audiences have praised the ending of the revenge plot of Moon Dong Eun, played by the talented Song Hye Kyo. The climax of the series sees the bullying characters get their just desserts, a development that resonated strongly with viewers.
Besides the excellent storytelling, the performances of the cast in the second part of the drama have also garnered high praise from viewers. The show’s cast members, led by Song Hye Kyo, have delivered solid acting performances that have contributed to the show’s appeal and success.
In the second part of The Glory, the story picks up where it left off, with Moon Dong Eun continuing her quest for revenge against the people who bullied her in high school. Among the characters targeted by Moon Dong Eun’s vengeance are Park Yeo Jin (Lim Ji Yeon), Jeon Jae Jun (Park Sung Hoon), Lee Sa Ra (Kim Hieora), Choi Hye Jeong (Cha Joo Young), and Son Myeong O (Kim Gun Woo).
Assisting Moon Dong Eun in her mission of retribution are Kang Hyeon Nam (Yum Hye Ran) and Joo Yeo Jeong (Lee Do Hyun). The dynamic between the characters and the intricate plotting have kept audiences glued to their screens, eagerly anticipating each new episode.