The Glory Season 1 Part 2: When will it premier and what to expect from Netflix series?

The Glory Season 1 Part 2 to release sooner than expected on Netflix; “Welcome to my hell” the revenge story resumes.

The fans have already binge watched all the episodes for the season 1 of The Glory and now are anticipating the release of new episodes. The series is about a high school girl who sets on a mission to take her revenge. After being a victim of horrific abuse in high school, it is time for the perpetrators to pay for their crimes. The part one of season one premiered on December 30, 2022, and since then fans have been waiting for second part of the same season.

When will The Glory Season 1 Part 2 release on Netflix?

The good news have officially arrived! The Glory Season 1 Part 2 will hit the streaming giant on Friday, March 10, 2023. It have the same time slot as other shows and movies, which is 12.00 am PT/3.00 am ET.

Given the performance by the part one of first season, it is surprise that the series is returning much before than expected. As per the latest updates, it has been ranked ninth globally in Netflix’ TV shows category.

What storyline to expect from The Glory Season 1 Part 2?

The series revolves around Dong-eun and her quest for revenge. Dong is a reserved teenager who come from a poor background. At school, she is relentlessly bullied by kids with wealth and connection so good that they would never have to face the consequences of their actions. Even Dong’s mother would rather accept bribe than to hold anyone at the school accountable. Even though, she has now left her abusive life behind, she still has to live with the scars and vows to make each of her bullies pay.

Which all cast members will return for The Glory season 1 part 2?

The main cast members are expected to return with their characters. They include Song Hye-kyo as Moon Dong-eun, Jung ji-so as teenaged Moon Dong-eun, Lee Do-hyun as Joo Yeo-jeong, Jung Sung-il as Ha Do-yeong, Lim Ji-yeon as Park Yeon-jin, Shin Ye-eun as Teenaged Park Yeon-jin, Kim Hieora as Lee Sa-ra, Yeom Hye-ran as Kang Hyeon-nam, Park Sung-hoon as Jeon Jae-jun, Cha Joo-young as Choi Hye-jeong, and Kim Gun-woo as Son Myeong-o.