“The Glory” writer Kim Eun Sook deals with the topic of school violence… “As a mother with high school student children”

The second poster and teaser trailer for “The Glory” have been released.

Netflix’s series “The Glory“, which is scheduled to be released on Dec 30th, tells the story of a woman who puts an elaborate revenge scheme in motion to make the perpetrators pay for their crimes years after surviving horrific abuse in high school.

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The second poster attracts attention with the appearance of Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo) staring somewhere with the devil’s morning glory in front of a flower tree. The harmony of divine visuals contrasting with the cruel word “Let’s slowly dry up and die together” leaves a strong aftertaste. Dong Eun’s deep anger is unveiled through the teaser trailer. Dong Eun’s dark inner side and her silent steps on the carefully designed path of revenge stimulate curiosity about the series.

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Seeing that victims of school violence want sincere apology rather than realistic compensation, writer Kim Eun Sook expressed her intention in the title “The Glory“, “Victims lose human honor and glory at the moment of violence. What they want is to get them back.” Writer Kim Eun Sook, who thought she should deal with the topic of school violence as a mother with high school student children, went on to say, “The most hurtful word for victims is ‘So you didn’t do anything wrong?’ I worked with the mindset of making viewers understand ‘Yes, there’s nothing wrong’ as a mission.

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Director Ahn Gil Ho signaled great synergy with writer Kim Eun Sook, “The script’s emotional lines were clear and it was like a well-organized literary work, so the biggest focus was to deliver it well without missing it. I tried to capture it realistically rather than looking cool.” Song Hye Kyo praised the filming set led by director Ahn Gil Ho, “Thanks to the director’s thorough preparation, the atmosphere could enrich the acting.

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Source: Daum

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