The movie was released on March 14 “I want to thank you, mom. Never change. You’ll always be the same” was posted on Netflix’s official YouTube channel. The video includes a scene where Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo) vomits his anger before taking his first revenge on Jung Mi Hee (Park Ji Ah).
In “The Glory”, Moon Dong Eun submitted a letter of resignation and wrote that she was bullied by Park Yeon Jin’s gang as the reason for dropping out of school. However, Jung Mi Hee, who is Dong Eun’s mother, received money from Park Yeon Jin’s family and changed the reason. For Moon Dong Eun, her own mother is also an abuser in her life, as is Park Yeon Jin’s gang.
In the video, Jung Mi Hee sets fire to the house. However, it was all according to Moon Dong Eun’s plan, which recorded everything as evidence. “I want to thank you, mom. Never change. You’ll always be the same” Moon Dong Eun then said.
This particular scene proved the acting prowess of both Song Hye Kyo and Park Ji Ah, leaving netizens deeply impressed. They also left admiring comments, such as: “Both of them are crazy”, “This part was really scary”, “Honestly, I thought Moon Dong Eun would throw her mother into the fire”, “I never knew Song Hye Kyo was so good at acting”, “Song Hye Behavior Kyo was crazy while laughing and crying” AND “They have an acting game.”
Meanwhile, actress Park Ji Ah, who played Moon Dong Eun’s (Song Hye Kyo) mother in The Glory, is an actress with 22 years of experience. She has appeared in various movies and dramas such as Doctors, Epitaph, Cleaning Up, and Blind River.