“The Glory” Song Hye Kyo, behind-the-scenes cuts full of burns

Netflix’s “The Glory” Part 1 is gaining high attention after taking off its veil.

The Glory” is a drama about a former victim of school violence who seeks revenge on her bullies after taking up a job as a homeroom teacher at the elementary school of the bully’s child.

According to “Netflix TOP 10 website” on Jan 4th, “The Glory” recorded 25.41 million viewing hours in just 3 days after its release, ranking third in the Netflix Global TOP 10 TV (non-English) category.

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In the Netflix Global TOP 10 TV (non-English) category, it was listed in the TOP 10 list of 19 countries, including Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kuwait, Singapore, Morocco and Hong Kong.

Foreign media outlets said, “In her nuanced portrayal of Moon Dong Eun, Song Hye Kyo delivers a fractured fixated character, so hell-bent on destroying her tormenters that she derives little happiness from her own existence (Forbes)”, “The show’s seductive mise-en-scene and writer Kim Eun Sook’s elegant writing, demonstrated in Moon Dong Eun’s lyrical voice-over, are just the icing on the cake (South China Morning Post)”…

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Appreciating such interest, “The Glory” revealed unreleased still cuts and behind-the-scenes still cuts.

The unreleased still cuts containing the series’ narrative and the behind-the-scenes stills cuts, which convey the set’s full-of-concentration atmosphere, are leaving lingering feelings.

“The Glory” Part 1 is available on Netflix.

Source: Daum

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