Song Hye Kyo is getting ready for her merciless revenge.
Netflix’s forthcoming series The Glory tells the tale 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.
The new poster shows Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo) sitting in front of a withered flower tree with the devil’s trumpet in her hands. The clear contrast between the phrase “Let’s slowly wilt and die together” and the holiness that she exudes leaves a deep impression. You can also see the anger that’s deeply seated in Dong Eun’s heart in the teaser. The elaborate revenge that she’s schemed, using the hatred that she can’t get rid of and the resentment toward everything, raises curiosity.
Meanwhile, The Glory is the first collaboration of Guardian: The Lonely and Great God writer Kim Eun Sook and Stranger director Ahn Gil Ho. “The victims lose their honor and glory at the moment of violence. What they want is to get those back,” Kim Eun Sook shared. “What hurts them the most is hearing ‘So you didn’t do anything wrong?’ I worked on this project with the mindset that I’ll make people understand ‘Yes, they didn’t do anything wrong.'”
Ahn Gil Ho heralded a great synergy, saying, “The emotional flow of the story was clear, and it felt like it was like a well-crafted literacy, so it was important to deliver this message well.” Song Hye Kyo praised the director, “We got to show a richer performance thanks to his thorough preparation.”
Meanwhile, The Glory will be released on Netflix on December 30th.