The Glory Cha Joo-young kneeling in front of Song Hye-kyo is your god Considerate
“The Glory” Cha Joo-young expressed gratitude to her senior Song Hye-kyo.
On the morning of the 15th, an interview with actor Cha Joo-young of Netflix’s “The Glory” was held at a cafe in Sogyeok-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul.
Netflix’s original series “The Glory” (written by Kim Eun-sook, directed by Ahn Gil-ho) tells the story of a woman Moon Dong-eun (played by Song Hye-kyo), who has broken her soul by violence in her childhood, who carefully prepared her whole life and falls into the whirlwind. Part 2 opened on the 10th, three months after Part 1 in December last year, and is enjoying global popularity.
In the drama, Cha Joo-young acted as Choi Hye-jung, who was tired of vanity, in a group of school violence perpetrators. She is a stewardess who takes care of her appearance by performing face to chest plastic surgery and uses it to raise her status, and she has a crush on Jeon Jae-joon (Park Sung-hoon), and is jealous of Park Yeon-jin (Lim Ji-yeon) and Isara (Kim Hee-ra). In Part 2, the unprecedented chest exposure was embroiled in rumors of CG and paradox, drawing attention.
Cha Joo-young, who debuted with tvN’s “Cheese in the Trap” in 2016, recently studied abroad in the U.S., unlike Choi Hye-jung’s image in “The Glory,” and attended Utah State University at prestigious U.S. University. She transferred to Utah University and graduated from Utah State University. He is fluent in four languages, including English and Japanese.
According to Flix Patrol, a global OTT platform viewing ranking aggregation site on the 14th (local time), ‘The Glory’ Part 2 ranked first in the Netflix TV show category. It topped the list for the first time in three days and has been maintaining its global No. 1 ranking for two days. On top of that, according to Netflix’s official site “Netflix Top 10,” Part 2 of “The Glory” recorded 124.46 million hours in the viewing time tally last week (March 6-12), ranking first in both English-speaking and non-English-speaking TV categories. “The Glory” Part 2 was released on the 10th, which is a huge figure considering that it was counted for only three days. Considering that the top spot in the English-speaking TV category is 75.81 million hours for the U.S. drama “You” Season 4, Part 2, and the second place in the non-English-speaking world is 39.08 million hours for the Spanish drama “Wrong Side of the Tracks,” it proves that “The Glory” is very popular.
If the chest exposure scene drew attention in Part 2, the temple backyard fire scene with Song He-kyo drew attention in Part 1. In particular, in this scene, a sarcastic comment saying, “Stewardess Hye-jung~” became popular toward Hye-jung, who kneels down and begs for forgiveness.
Cha Joo-young said, “I’m grateful to Song Hye-kyo,” adding, “The actors got along well when filming. At that time, my sister seemed to be considerate, saying, “This is your god.” Song Hye-kyo was considerate so that she could take it as she prepared. I prepared it in my own way, but I trusted it and did it. “When I did it all, I did it according to the script,” he recalled at that time.
“I think Song Hye-kyo, who played Moon Dong-eun, would have been lonely on the spot,” he said. “The actors were on good terms, but we couldn’t just mess around on the spot because we had our own roles to do.” In the field, everyone acted as a professional and an actor-to-actor. In that respect, I think everyone must have been lonely,” he replied.
Hye-jung, who said she only has her body, faces a terrible end by Sarah. In response to the response that it was the most harrowing ending, Cha Joo-young said, “When I think of Hye-jung, I think so, too. The only thing Hyejeong has is her appearance. He said, “He lost his weapon,” adding, “I think he’s a friend who can think that he’d rather live like this if he thinks about it in extreme terms.” But I think I’ll find a way to survive for a while. I think I’m going to try to speak out somehow. I hope you will wake up and live a little better. I want you to know the danger of sechi-tongue,” he added.
Meanwhile, “The Glory” Part 2 was released worldwide on Netflix on the 10th.