The Glory Season 3 Release Date, Cast, plot, Trailer, and More
Is the sword dance truly finished?
Moon Dong-eun, like everyone else who was pulled into Netflix’s brilliantly seductive K-drama, seeks vengeance. After all, whether you agree with how everything turns out in the end, it’s just payback.
Part One took its time delivering on that retribution, but Part Two finally brought us some of the vengeance we’d been seeking against Yeon-jin and all the other culprits who made Dong-life eun’s a living nightmare.
Is this, however, the end of Kim Eun-international sook’s success? Will Netflix capitalize on The Glory’s success with a new season, spinoff, or prequel? Join us here at Digital Spy as we play the waiting game to see if Dong-sword eun’s dance is indeed over.
The Glory season 3 Release Date
The first two sections (or “seasons”) of The Glory were released within three months of each other since they were shot in one continuous block. But, with no confirmation of a third installment/season, viewers may have to wait a while before The Glory comes to Netflix.
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And that’s presuming a third season is being considered at all.
The Glory Season 3 Cast
Without giving too much away, it’s absolutely feasible that any of the key cast members might return for a third season through flashbacks, even if their character has already died. Thus, with that in mind, here are some of the main players who could return in a possible third season or spinoff:
- Song Hye-kyo (Dong-eun)
- Lim Ji-yeon (Yeon-jin)
- Kim Hieora (Sa-ra)
- Jung Sung-il (Do-yeong)
- Cha Joo-young (Hye-jeong)
- Lee Do-hyun (Ju Yeo-jeong)
- Park Sung-hoon (Jeon Jae-jun)
- Kang Hyeon-nam (Yeom Hye-ran)
As intense as filming The Glory must be, we wouldn’t be surprised if Song Hye-kyo ended up reprising her role as Moon Dong-eun in some form, no matter how minor:
“With The Glory, I started to find acting fun again,” Song Hye-kyo told Elle Korea ahead of part two (via NME). “I was ecstatic in bed at the end of the day after completing a particularly challenging scene. I wanted to go back to work the next day and I couldn’t wait to be Moon Dong-eun again.”
The Glory Season 3 Plot
Oh boy. There was a lot that happened in The Glory’s second chapter. If you thought season one’s buildup was a little slow, wait until you see the last eight episodes. Are you all right? Because we aren’t fine.
Now that Part 2 is over, the question is whether we’ll get a third season, and perhaps more importantly, do we even need a third season? Should the story conclude here and now?
Director Ahn Gil Ho informed viewers at a global GV event ahead of season two that episode 16, part two’s conclusion, is “the most intriguing” episode of them all (as reported by KBIZoom), guaranteeing fans a perfect ending.
That certainly seems decisive, but considering The Glory’s massive international success, we believe a spinoff or perhaps a prequel series could be in the works one day. For example, there’s still a lot we don’t know about Moon Dong-life eun’s at school before the attack, however, it might be a little masochistic to go back to that time now.
Unfortunately, there is no official word on any of us yet, but if Dong-eun has taught us anything, it is patience.
The Glory Season 3 Trailer
The Glory hasn’t been renewed beyond part two, therefore no fresh footage is on the way. As more information about the show’s future is released, you’ll be able to find it right here. And if not, what? Please don’t plan any retaliation against us just yet.
Parts one and two of The Glory are now accessible on Netflix.
You can enjoy the part 2 trailer here.