The real villains of “The Glory,” according to viewers
It’s not Park Yeon Jin or Jeon Jae Joon! The worst villains from Netflix hit series The Glory, according to some viewers, might surprise you.
On March 12, an article about the Korean online community caught the attention of netizens entitled “‘The Glory’ characters that drive you insane beyond the screen. »
The author wrote there: “The real villains of ‘The Glory’ are not Jeon Jae Joon (Park Sung Hoon), Park Yeon Jin (Lim Ji Yeon) and Lee Sa Ra (Kim Hieora), but rather Jung Mi Hee (Park Ji Ah) and Kang Young Chun (Lee Moo Saeng). Please reduce your acting skills.”
In The Glory, Park Ji plays Ah Jung Mi Hee, the mother of Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo). She received money in compensation from the bullies who hurt her daughter and sided with them by abandoning her daughter.
Later, Jung Mi Hee goes to the school where Moon Dong Eun teaches after listening to what Park Yeon Jin told her. She causes trouble and ends up being committed to a psychiatric hospital. With her orange hair and red lipstick, she annoys viewers with her ominous expressions and mocking laughter.
Elsewhere, The Glory stars Lee Moo Saeng as Kang Young Chun, main character Joo Yeo Jeong’s (Lee Do Hyun) enemy. He was caught red-handed after killing Joo Yeo Jeong’s father during a hospital operation and sentenced to death. Even after his sentencing, he continues to send letters to Joo Yeo Jeong with no regrets, which only infuriates viewers.
Internet users who saw the post left comments such as: “I agree”, “These are people who really crossed the line” and “I was madder at them than the school bully”.
The Glory tells the story of a woman broken to the point where she has lost her soul due to child abuse and the whirlwind of people becoming involved in her meticulous plan for revenge. The series is divided into two parts, “Part 1” and “Part 2”.
In “Part 1”, Moon Dong Eun completes her revenge plan after enduring years of pain and suffering, revealing herself to the guilty with the help of those who have agreed to assist her. In Part 2, Moon Dong Eun takes revenge on those who wronged her.
“Part 2” was released on Netflix on March 10th.