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FACTS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT K-DRAMA SERIES ON NETFLIX 'THE GLORY'

The drama series, first released on December 30, 2022, received a warm welcome from the audience and made it into the Netflix Top 10 list in 19 countries in just three days.

09.01.2023
BY JEMMA UTOMO
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Bullying is a problem that needs attention from many people. This issue can happen to anyone and anywhere; it can even happen to the people around us. The number of films that raise the issue of bullying proves that many people are starting to realize that this is a severe problem. The reason is that not a few victims of bullying experience difficult times even after the victim received treatment many years ago.

This bullying issue is shown clearly in the popular Netflix series, The Glory. The drama series, first released on December 30, 2022, received a warm welcome from the audience and made it into the Netflix Top 10 list in 19 countries in just three days.

The Glory, played by well-known actors such as Song Hye-Kyo, Lee Do Hyun, Lim Ji-Yeon, and many more, is a neat presentation regarding the revenge of a bullying victim. The character of this drama planned her revenge for years like a genius and horrible.

Not just bringing the nightmare for perpetrators of bullying; there are interesting facts about The Glory.


Brilliant Story Ideas

The movie generally describes the victims of bullying in dramas as people who are always kind and unable to do anything or try to be successful in seeking justice through legal law. In that case, The Glory is just the opposite.

The Glory explores the life of Song Hye-Kyo as Moon Dong-eun, who was the victim of horrible bullying at school and decided to take revenge on everyone who hurt her in a way that can be said to be genius and very scary.

 

 

Contains Bullying Scenes Taken from the Real Life

The Glory showed a cruel act of bullying in the first episode and drew a lot of comments from the audience.

The scene in question is when a group of bullies, Park Yeon Jin, Jeon Jae Joon, Lee Sara, Choi He Jeong, and Son Myung Oh, summon Moon Don Eun to the gym and burn her arms with a hair clamp. The scene is shown very clearly in this series.

The scene is said to have been taken by a true story in 2006. A student at a junior high school in the Cheongju area with the initial K bullied another student with the initial J in the same way, even worse.


Inspired by Her Daughter’s Question

This film, with a theme that raises the issue of bullying, actually departs from a surprising question that the writer of The Glory, Kim Eun Sook, received from her daughter in high school.

Reporting from Soompi, her daughter's question at the time was, “Would you be more hurt if I beat someone to death, or was beaten to death?”

That's why she then created this project while conducting various research to determine the mental condition of survivors of school bullying.

One of the things that caught her attention was that the survivors did not demand material compensation but instead asked for a sincere apology from the perpetrators. Because when violence occurs, the victim loses invisible things, such as dignity and self-esteem.

 

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