'Welcome to my hell': Netflix releases teaser trailer for 'The Glory' Part 2

‘Welcome to my hell’: Netflix releases teaser trailer for ‘The Glory’ Part 2

Moon Dong-eun’s revenge has just begun in The Glory Part 2.

Netflix has dropped the teaser trailer for Part 2 of The Glory, offering a sneak peek into Moon Dong-eun’s (Song Hye-kyo) continued revenge.

The teaser trailer shows the protagonist’s main bully, Park Yeon-jin (Lim Ji-yeon), receiving incriminating evidence from her high school victim. She shamelessly retaliates, “Forgiveness? Who should forgive who? I’ve done nothing wrong, Dong-eun.”

A scorned Dong-eun, who has set in motion her lifelong revenge in The Glory¬†Part 1, replies, “Nothing wrong? Really? What should I do with you?”

The trailer then proceeds to glimpses of the protagonist’s high school bullies suffering to various extents.

The main character and her own allies, however, aren’t spared from harm. Dong-eun herself is shown bleeding from her cheek.

Most revealing of all is the character posters that Netflix has released, corresponding to earlier fan theories about which characters are Dong-eun’s allies or enemies in her quest for revenge.

The most relevant of which is Yeon-jin’s husband, Ha Do-yeong (Jung Sung-il), who ended The Glory Part 1 on a cliffhanger.

Audiences have been asking whose side will he join, his Go partner, Dong-eun, or his adulterous (to say the least) wife, Yeon-jin?

His newest character poster could be the most telling hint yet.

The Glory revolves around a woman who suffered childhood violence and now dedicates her life to executing a series of vengeful acts against her bullies and their accomplices. The Netflix show’s second season is set to air on March 10.¬†

This article ‘Welcome to my hell’: Netflix releases teaser trailer for ‘The Glory’ Part 2 was originally published in PhilSTAR L!fe

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