Kim Hieora’s Drug Addict Portrayal in ‘The Glory’ Leaves Overseas Audiences Astonished

Kim Hieora, who played the role of Lee Sara in the Netflix original series “The Glory” Part 2, which was unveiled on the 10th, is attracting attention not only in Korea but also among overseas fans with her charm that goes beyond the previous part.

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In Part 1 of “The Glory,” Kim Hieora played the role of the alcoholic and drug-addicted painter Lee Sara, showing fresh charm by perfectly portraying the character’s unfocused gaze, disorganized speech, and sluggish gestures, attracting great attention from the public.

In part 2, Kim Hieora’s acting transformation was once again surprising viewers. If her curious appearance in Part 1 aroused curiosity, in Part 2, she completely exploded her acting potential and captured the audience with her intense performance.


Earlier, she received rave reviews from viewers for her perfect portrayal of a motherly North Korean defector in the popular drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo Young-woo.”

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Following the release of Part 2, “The Glory” ranked third in the global rankings in just one day and took the top spot in 26 countries, including Japan, Hong Kong, and Thailand. The overseas reaction to Kim Hieora is also noteworthy, as she has received heated attention since the release of Part 1.

Kim Hieora impresses audiences by skillfully portraying various characters across different genres. She works hard and we look forward to seeing her acting in future projects.


Meanwhile, “The Glory” Part 2 was released worldwide on the 10th.

Source: Nate

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