Jeon Jae Joon’s swear swords in “The Glory” English and Japanese dubbed versions draw attention

As Netflix’s hit series “The Glory” continues to garner attention, viewers are now discussing the dubbed versions of the drama in different languages.

“The Glory” is a Netflix series that tells the story of a woman whose soul is shattered after suffering from merciless school violence in her childhood, as well as her meticulously planned and desperate revenge. 

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On March 10th, “The Glory” released Part 2 (Episodes 9 to 16) and took the number one spot in Netflix’s global ranking within just three days of release. This is an overwhelming achievement, considering that a K-drama outperformed both English-speaking and non-English-speaking TV shows and movies.

After the broadcast, the Korean version actors’ captivating performances became a hot topic. Meanwhile, the dubbed versions for various countries are also receiving attention for the voice over of major scenes.

In particular, fans of “The Glory” are discussing how well the dubbed actors captured the original Korean actors’ performances, how they portrayed a unique voice acting charm, and how they brought the key scenes to life.

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One of the scenes that has garnered attention is when Jeon Jae Joon (played by Park Sung Hoon) drives to Ye Sol’s school while cursing and driving recklessly. As the scene was already highlighted in the Korean version for its natural acting and peculiar empathy, there was curiosity about how voice actors in other countries managed to portray it. People were also curious about how the Korean-specific swear words were translated into English and Japanese.

At the same time, in the scene where Choi Hye Jeong (played by Cha Joo Young) screams after Son Myeong Oh (played by Kim Gun Woo) confessing to her, the sound in the Japanese dubbed version elicited laughter.

Furthermore, in the scene where Moon Dong Eun (played by Song Hye Kyo) visits Lee Sa Ra (played by Kim Hieora) and warns her about how God is angry, the American version’s voice actor’s charming voice received praise for offering a different charm from the original.

In this way, even after its conclusion, “The Glory” continues to gain popularity worldwide, with the fervent support of viewers immersed in the lingering feelings of the drama. 

Source: Daum

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