Song Hye Kyo and Lee Do Hyun's 'The Glory' Is Making Its Official Premiere On Netflix Before The Year Ends!
According to industry sources, the upcoming Netflix original series "The Glory" starring Song Hye Kyo and Lee Do Hyun will officially air this December.
The Netflix original series will be helmed by "Stranger" director Ahn Gil Ho. Meanwhile, writer Kim Eun Sook who is behind hit K-Dramas like "Mr. Sunshine" and "Goblin" is behind the drama. "The Glory" will be the reunion project of writer Kim Eun Sook ang Song Hye Kyo who previously worked together in the 2016 hit drama "Descendants of the Sun."
The thriller melodrama will be Song Hye Kyo's comeback since the 2021 series "Now, We Are Breaking Up" which she starred alongside Jang Ki Yong, Choi Hee Seo, Kim Joo Heon, Park Hyo Joo, and Yoon Na Moo. Song Hye Kyo who is known for her feminine roles is expected to show a different kind of acting in upcoming thriller drama. Being one of South Korea's premier actresses, Song Hye Kyo is known for her iconic roles in dramas such as "Descendants of the Sun," "Encounter," "Full House," "That Winter, The Wind Blows," "The World That They Live In," and "Autumn Tale" among many other.
Starring alongside Song Hye Kyo for "The Glory" are Lee Do Hyun, Im Ji Yeon, Park Sung Hoon, Yeom Hye Ran, and Jung Sung Il.
"The Glory" is a thriller melodramma centered around the revenge of a woman who was a victim of severe bullying as a student in high school. Song Hye Kyo will give life to the character of Moon Dong Eun who decides to seek vengeance on the people who made her life miserable back in high school.
As of the writing of this article, the exact premiere date of "The Glory" is yet to be announced.