The answer to the ending of “The Glory 2” lies in “flower”…Writer Kim Eun Sook’s drama formula
While Netflix’s original drama “The Glory” is creating a box office syndrome that shows no sign of slowing down, expectations for season 2 are gradually rising.
“The Glory” is a Netflix series about a woman whose soul was broken by school violence during her childhood, as she carefully prepared her whole life for a revenge plan and the story of those who fall into the vortex. Season 2 will be unveiled on March 10th. With about a month left until the release of season 2, viewers are speculating about where the end of Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo)’s revenge will be and what will happen to the five perpetrators.
Among them, writer Kim Eun Sook’s “Flower” directing in “The Glory” is a hot topic. “Hit maker” Kim Eun Sook, who fascinates viewers with her dense story composition and poetic lines, actually uses a lot of “flowers” in her works to draw endings.
Writer Kim Eun Sook not only uses flowers to add visual beauty to dramas, but also explains the relationship between characters and suggests the ending of the characters. Even before “The Glory”, writer Kim Eun Sook delivered messages to viewers through flowers in various works such as “Guardian: The Lonely and Great God” and “The King: Eternal Monarch”.
The morning glory in “The Glory” is a significant material that you should think about before watching season 2, as it can be seen on character posters.
The flower language of morning glory is “good news”. The good news for Moon Dong Eun is the beginning of her 20-year long awaited revenge.
The angel’s morning glory means Dong Eun and her collaborators. The devil’s morning glory means the perpetrators.
In season 2, Moon Dong Eun, who said she would not have blood on her hands, will get judged by heaven due to what kind of revenge? Will Dong Eun become corrupted like the perpetrators at the end of her desperate revenge?