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WATCH: Song Hye Kyo narrates harrowing last letter to Park Yeon Jin in 'The Glory Part 2' trailer

By JUSTINE PUNZALAN Published Jan 23, 2023 8:43 pm

Revenge is taking a deadlier form in The Glory Part 2, and Song Hye Kyo has already been giving fans the chills with the new trailer released by Netflix on Jan. 23.

In the clip shared on the streaming platform's YouTube channel, Hye Kyo narrates the harrowing letter her character, Moon Dong-eun, has written for the show's main villain, Park Yeon Jin (Lim Ji Yeon), as she continues to seek revenge against her wicked bully.

It follows the same format as the episodes of Part 1 wherein Dong-eun is reading out a letter addressed to a friend she loathes, stating her motives for her vengeful acts.

As Dong-eun pens the letter in the new teaser, fans are taken back to the events of season 1 and given a glimpse of what's to come in chapter two, which includes Dong-eun crying, Joo Yeo-Jung (Lee Do-hyun) telling the protagonist that he'll be her executioner and a house caught in blazing fire.

The letter Song Hye Kyo reads with Dong-eun's signature eerily calm voice is translated as follows: "To Yeon Jin, who I miss. I thought about this every day, Yeon Jin. Where should I reunite with you? When I see you again, I hope I forget your name and your face. I hope I could not remember you and go 'do I know you,' your feet that led to someone else's pain and those feet which walked along yours, your mouth that laughed at someone else's misery, and all the lips that kissed yours, your shallow eyes and all those eyes met with yours, your hands that mocked and broke others and all the hands that held yours, and your soul that loved all those moments." 

"I plan to go to the end, Yeon Jin," Dong-eun continues. "I hope you still want to see me dance, Yeon Jin. Of course, that dance will be the dance of a beheader. To Yeon Jin, who I dearly wanted to kill, this is my last letter to you."

Released on Dec. 30 of last year, The Glory chronicles how Dong-eun's experiences as a victim of brutal school violence drive her to take revenge against her bullies as the elementary school teacher of her bully's daughter. 

The show's second season was confirmed by Netflix on Jan. 18 and is set to premiere on the streaming platform on March 10.