“Merciless hope and nothing but ruins Song Hye-kyo will create the perfect misery.”
Finally! The good news has arrived, and the countdown has officially begun as “The Glory Part 2″ is confirmed and scheduled for release next month on Friday, March 10, 2023, on Netflix. It will have the same time slot as other shows and movies on the streaming service, which is 12:00 a.m. (PT) or 3:00 a.m. (ET) for Netflix users around the globe.
To be fair, it is not a surprise that the series is returning sooner than we anticipated, as it ranked ninth globally in Netflix’s TV shows category, ending last year with a bang for the streaming platform! The show didn’t stop breaking records there, as on its third day, it reached fifth place on the list of the most watched shows on Netflix worldwide.
The series debuted at number three on Netflix’s Weekly Global Top 10 in the non-English TV show category for the week of December 26–January 1, with 25.41 million hours viewed, and subsequently ranked number one on the same list in the following week, January 2–8, accumulating 82.48 million viewing hours.
Moreover, the official Twitter handle of Netflix also shared a new poster of The Glory Part 2, quoting, “Welcome To My Hell. The Glory Part 2 premieres March 10.” The poster shows the light and dark sides of the series and has been hinting at the faith of these characters, with the theme following 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.
"Welcome To My Hell"
The Glory Part 2 premieres March 10 pic.twitter.com/dfjLSvU0XU
— Netflix (@netflix) February 23, 2023
In addition to this, a brand new trailer (below) of the second chapter, simply titled, “The Glory Part 2,” was released a few hours ago which showcases, “Years after surviving horrific abuse in high school, a woman puts an elaborate revenge scheme in motion to make the perpetrators pay for their crimes.” The next part will continue to explore Dong-eun who is a meek and reserved teenager who lives in poverty with her mother and has no friends.
At school, she’s relentlessly bullied – both physically and mentally – by a group of privileged kids whose wealth and connections enable them to never see the consequences of their actions. Even her mother would rather accept bribery than hold anyone at her school accountable. Though Dong-eun eventually escapes the brutal abuse, she still lives with the scars – and vows to make each of her bullies pay for what they did.
If you recall, the finale episode of Part 1 ended on a massive cliffhanger which will be uncovered in the new episodes to reach a satisfactory conclusion. In the episode, Dong-eun orders Hye-jeong to notify the police about Myeong’s disappearance. oh’s Jae-Joon teases Do-yeong about paternity. Sol’s Dong-eun tells Jae-Joon that if he wants to claim Ye-sol, he should turn to her rather than Yeon-jin.
Do-yeong finds out from Hye-jeong that Yeon-jin bullied Dong-eun and others. Yeo-jeong and Do-yeong play Go before reporting to Dong-eun. Do-yeong inquires about Jin’s Yeon-relationship with Dong-eun, but she advises him to disregard it. Jae-Joon requests that Yeon-jin divorce Do-yeong in order for him to marry her and claim Ye-sol, but Yeon-jin responds that she still loves Do-yeong.
Yeon-jin switches to Dong-mae’s after finding little to press Dong-eun with. Yeo-jeong inquires about an unknown woman on her wall, to which Dong-eun responds that it is her mother. Sang-im pays a visit to Yeong-cheon in prison, who confesses to sending letters to Yeo-jeong in order to torment him.
Dong-eun informs Hyeon-nam that she intends to send Hyeon-daughter nam’s abroad for her safety before proceeding with her plans. She invites Hyeon-nam to join her if she so desires. Do-yeong is curious about Dong-si Eun’s side of the story.Yeon-jin enters Dong-apartment eun’s and sees her wall of photographs before confronting Do-yeong. Yeo-jeong discovers that So-body hee’s is missing from the mortuary.
Before binge-watching the new part, we recommend that you click here to learn more about how and what happened in Part One’s final episode. On the other hand, the main cast members who will return include Song Hye-kyo as Moon Dong-eun, Jung Ji-so as Teenaged Moon Dong-eun, Lee Do-hyun as Joo Yeo-jeong, Lim Ji-yeon as Park Yeon-jin, Shin Ye-eun as Teenaged Park Yeon-jin, Yeom Hye-ran as Kang Hyeon-nam, Park Sung-hoon as Jeon Jae-jun, Jung Sung-il as Ha Do-yeong, Kim Hieora as Lee Sa-ra, Cha Joo-young as Choi Hye-jeong, and Kim Gun-woo as Son Myeong-o.
When The Glory Part 2 draws close to its release date, the episodes will be available exclusively on Netflix, with other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. The video quality and the number of screens you can use to stream Netflix simultaneously depend on the package you choose. The basic membership starts at $9.99/month, and the standard membership starts at $15.49/month. You can stream movies and TV shows at no additional cost with any of their services.
Take a look at the new official trailer of The Glory Part 2 below:
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