The Glory Part 2 Ending Explained: The Glory is a South Korean revenge drama series on Netflix that was written by Kim Eun-sook.
The main character, Moon Dong-eun, is a high school student who, during the course of the novel, is subjected to vicious bullying at the hands of her classmates.
Even contacting the teachers and police is useless because the tormentors’ families are affluent, while Dong-eun comes from a moderate family.
When her own mother betrays her in return for money, Dong-eun leaves school and spends several years only thinking about getting revenge on people who either tortured her or attempted to cover the cruelty that she suffered. She later earns a teaching credential and starts working with Park Yeon- jin’s daughter, in her homeroom.
When she does finally make her presence known, the people who bullied her in the past recognize that the time for their reckoning has come, despite their superiority complexes and hubris.
The main themes of “The Glory” are school violence and retaliation. The narrative also heavily emphasizes class warfare. Everything you might possibly want to know about how part 2 of ‘The Glory’ comes to an end is given here.
The Glory Part 2 Ending Explained
When we first encountered Moon Dong-Eun, she had a stony expression on her face and was covering up her ugly scars with makeup. To exact revenge on the bullies from her high school, Lee Sa-Ra, Son Myeong-O, Hye-Jeong, Park Yeon-Jin, and Jeon Jae-Jun, she was out there.
Dong-Eun wouldn’t have had to wait so long and look for a companion to exact her revenge if these individuals weren’t powerful and wealthy.
We saw in the first part of The Glory how Dong-Eun grew close to Joo Yeo-Jeong, a doctor and the future owner of Joo General Hospital.
He gave her Go lessons so she could defeat Do-Yeong, promised to be her executioner, and eventually fell in love with Dong-Eun. Do-Yeong is a multimillionaire business tycoon and Yeon- Jin’s husband.
Dong-Eun wants Do-Yeong to assist her in her search, but getting in touch with him isn’t going to be simple. She intrudes into every area of Yeon- Jin’s life daughter’s by taking a teaching position at her school.
Do-Yeong discovers various things about his depraved wife as the series goes on. She isn’t simply a bully; she cheated on him with Jae-Jun, another person on Dong- Eun’s list of victims, and her high school sweetheart.
Do-Yeong and Jae-Jun slowly come to the realization that Ye-Sol is, in fact, Jae- Jun’s daughter and that Yeon-Jin has been intentionally concealing this information from both of them.
Yeo-Jeong is attempting to inject color into Dong- Eun’s monochromatic life in the meantime. But the death of So-He is just beyond the threshold, and of course, Dong- Eun’s vengeance is waiting for her there as well.
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Who Killed Myeong-O?
Myeong-O was murdered by Park Yeon-Jin in order to stop Park Yeon-Jin from disclosing the truth about Yoon So-Hee’s death.
Son Myeong-O finally calls Yeon-Jin to the same location she always engages in her promiscuous affairs at — Siesta’s changing room — after attempting to entice everyone to demand any amount of money.
Myeong-O starts recording Yeon- jin’s conversation on his phone after threatening her with the discovery of her cheating that he will begin, but Yeon-Jin is not the least bit frightened by this extortion attempt.
Nevertheless, Yeon-Jin ultimately takes one of the alcohol bottles and repeatedly hits Myeong-O in the forehead with it until Myeong-O falls to the ground and begins slowly loses consciousness in his own pool of blood.
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Does Dong-Eun Finally Get Her Revenge?
Now that we’ve reached the most exciting section of the series, the conclusion, things get pretty hectic.
Do- Yeong’s mother has recently learned that Ye-Sol’s father is named Jae-Jun, and as a result, she has been chasing Yeon-Jin while brandishing a stick. Dong-Eun exposed Yeon-Jin to the world and wrote about Sa- Ra’s drug abuse. Yeon-Jin has used Kang Heyon-Nam, her former maid, to defeat her enemies.
De-Yeong has also left Yeon-Jin. She is alone in a prison cell while her friends pay for their transgressions as well. Yeon-Jin is now withering alone, away from money, fame, and her so-called friends, after Dong-Eun incurred her revenge. Yeo-Jeong isn’t forgotten, even if she has exacted her revenge.
Kang Yeong-Cheon also receives compensation for the murder of his father. The Glory has evolved even though its main theme has always been Dong- Eun’s retribution. Not only does Dong-Eun get her retribution, but she also has a companion who will stick by her side no matter what.
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