The newly released sneak peeks are raising expectations for “The Glory” Part 2 after the release date was confirmed.
With Netflix’s original series “The Glory” confirming the release date of Part 2, its newly released still cuts are raising questions. Vengeful Song Hye Kyo‘s tears, Lee Do Hyun‘s cold eyes, and Park Sung Hoon‘s bloody face in the photos are raising expectations for “The Glory” Part 2.
“The Glory,” which tells the revenge story of a woman whose soul was broken by school violence in her childhood, has confirmed the release date of its part 2 on March 10. In addition, eight still cuts, which might be spoilers about the upcoming story, were released.
First of all, Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo) is seen looking somewhere with tears in her eyes, attracting attention. She stood in front of Yeongsan Funeral Hall, raising questions about whose funeral it is. Joo Yeo Jung (Lee Do Hyun) appeared with a cool expression and a dark smile on his face. Attention is also focused on the conversation between him and Ha Do Young (Jeong Sung Il) as Joo Yeo Jung claimed to be a sword-dancing executioner to help Moon Dong Eun’s revenge plan.
The appearance of the shaman’s house of Part 1 is also receiving great attention. The shaman house, which seemed to be related to the family of Park Yeon Jin (Lim Ji Yeon) at the time, raised curiosity as it might be connecting young women and middle-aged men. Attention is drawn to what Park Yeon Jin, who is talking on the phone with a serious look, and Ha Do Young, who entered the shaman’s house, found out.
The scene of Kang Hyun Nam (played by Yeom Hye Ran) crying and hugging her daughter with a wounded face raises questions. Earlier, she asked Moon Dong Eun to kill her husband, who abuses her with domestic violence. Viewers wonder if they finally achieved their wishes or if they can live a new happy life together.
Finally, the appearance of Park Jae Joon (Park Sung Hoon) in front of the police station with a bloody face raises questions about whether he is in danger.
More than 20 days have passed since “The Glory” was released, but interest in the work are still scorchingly hot. The cumulative viewing time around the world easily surpassed 100 million hours, and within two weeks of its release, “The Glory” topped the Netflix Global TOP10 TV Show Non-English category.
Interest in “The Glory” is expected to continue in March. The question is whether Part 2 will be able to meet viewers’ high expectations accumulated from Part 1.