Netflix has announced an official release date for Part 2 of its recent revenge K-drama series “The Glory.”
Part 1 premiered on Dec. 30 and has stayed on the platform’s most-watched Top 10 chart with a recorded total global watch time of over 40 million hours.
“The Glory” follows Song Hye-kyo as Moon Dong-eun, a woman with a life mission to get revenge on her vicious childhood bullies.
The hit series is written by screenwriter Kim Eun-sook, best known for writing other series like “Goblin,” “Heirs,” “Secret Garden” and “Descendants of the Sun.”
“If you’ve watched Part 1, you won’t be able to resist Part 2,” teased Kim. “Part 2 is refreshingly satisfying and shockingly intense.”
Director An Gil-ho added, “The fight between Dong-eun and Yeon-jin really takes off and the perpetrators dynamically meet their end. You won’t be able to take your eyes off of the screen. All elements of the story will now come full circle.”
Revealed on Tuesday as part of Netflix’s massive announcement of its Korean titles for next year, Part 2 of “The Glory” will be available to stream on Netflix on Mar. 10.
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