“The Glory” Villainous Teacher Is Unrecognizable in Phone Camera Video
No longer portraying a villain in “The Glory”, this actor surprises with his real-life appearance.
“The Glory” has been making waves on social media lately, making not only the lead actors but also supporting actors more well-known. Along with the school violence perpetrators, another villainous character that drew the audience’s attention is teacher Cho, portrayed by Heo Dong Won.
What made the character of teacher Cho so memorable was his distinctive appearance. In “The Glory”, Heo Dong Won had a bob haircut with bangs covering his forehead. Cho continuously caused Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo) to have a hard time at school with his disturbing comments and even got caught taking pictures of female students wearing skirts.
Recently, a video capturing a real-life moment of Heo Dong Won surfaced online, and it surprised many fans of “The Glory.” The actor’s new short and clean haircut made him almost unrecognizable compared to his appearance in the drama.
Netizens commented on the video, expressing their admiration for the actor’s transformation:
- “I was more scared of teacher Cho than the bullies in the drama.”
- “He looks so different after the haircut.”
- “His hair was so creepy in the drama, and now he looks so different with the new haircut.”
- “Teacher Cho looks pretty handsome, to be honest.”
- “All of the actors of ‘The Glory’ act so well, and in real life, they seem like entirely different people.”
Heo Dong Won, who is now 42 years old, has played supporting roles in various famous Korean dramas, such as “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” “The King,” and “Sell Your Haunted House.” He has showcased his versatility in portraying different characters, from good to evil.