Drama fans thrilled by the fierce message left by Lim Ji Yeon when “The Glory” Part 2 trailer was released 

The caption actress Lim Ji Yeon wrote after watching “The Glory” Part 2 trailer is drawing keen attention.

The special trailer video of “The Glory” Part 2 titled “Dear Yeon Jin, whom I miss” was unveiled on January 23rd. The video shows Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo) starting her revenge on Park Yeon Jin (Lim Ji Yeon) in earnest.

What shocked drama fans the most were the scenes where a fire started somewhere and Moon Dong Eun collapsed then screamed “Stop laughing like that!”. In addition, we can see a glimpse of Kang Hyun Nam (Yeom Hye Ran) being trapped in a police detention center, Park Yeon Jin’s pale expression, Ha Do Young (Jung Sung Il) getting angry at Park Yeon Jin and a truck collision. 

The trailer ends with Moon Dong Eun’s narration, “Dear Yeon Jin, whom I’ve wanted to kill, this is my last letter to you”, raising viewers’ expectations for the release of Part 2.


On the same day, actress Lim Ji Yeon shared the trailer video on her Instagram account and gave thrills to fans by leaving a short message, saying “Okay, go ahead. Show me what you can do. Fighting!”.

Immersed in “The Glory” even more thanks to Lim Ji Yeon’s challenging words, netizens commented, “I want Yeon Jin to collapse to the floor”, “Wow, I’m getting goosebumps…”, “Let’s wait for Part 2 together. You will slowly wither, Yeon Jin ah”, “Let’s meet on March 10th and do the sword dance properly”, “Yeon Jin ah… I’m very excited right now”, “Come in… to my classroom”, etc.

Meanwhile, actress Lim Ji Yeon plays Park Yeon Jin, who bullied Moon Dong Eun in Netflix’s original series “The Glory”. She is receiving favorable reviews for her perfect transformation into a villain character.


“The Glory” is about the revenge plan carefully prepared by a woman, whose soul was broken due to the experience of school violence during her childhood, and those who fall into the whirlwind of that revenge. 

Part 2 of “The Glory” will be released on March 10th.

Source: wikitree

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