The Glory Jung Sung Il and Song Hye Kyo show off their chemistry
Actor Jung Sung-il captivated viewers with an unusual atmosphere.
The Netflix series “The Glory” was released worldwide on the 30th of last month and is still showing off its overwhelming popularity even now in its second week. And at the center is actor Jung Sung-il, who plays the role of Ha Do-young. Jung Sung-il has created numerous modifiers and nicknames in various online communities, ranking fifth after Song Hye-kyo, Lim Ji-yeon, and Lee Do-hyun in the TV-OTT integration hot topic.
“The Glory” is a story about a woman who was broken to her soul by violence in her childhood, who carefully prepared her whole life for her revenge and those who fell into the vortex. Jung Sung-il perfectly played the role of Ha Ha-young, who faced his wife Yeon-jin (Lim Ji-yeon)’s Pandora’s box due to Dong-eun (Song Hye-kyo), who has been permeated into his daily life since some time ago.
As a result, viewers gave him numerous modifiers and nicknames. Jung Sung-il, who portrayed Doyoung, who had only been solid, shaking and collapsing, creating an atmosphere of seeing the scene of the movie “Hwayangyeonhwa” in every scene he met with Dong-eun (Song Hye-kyo). The perfect modifiers were created for him, “Korean Brewing Wui,” “chaebol poison man,” and “old sexiness.”
Director Ahn Gil-ho, who directed “The Glory,” praised, “I met actor Jung Sung-il for the first time and said, ‘I want you to be an actor like Korea’s brewing committee,’ but I think he will be a really good actor.”
Writer Kim Eun-sook also said, “Life is the person who falls the most, but he expressed it well,” adding, “He expressed it well when it was really cold and nice when he smiled.” Especially, his voice is so good. It sounds like a famous line no matter how you write it. “Thank you in particular,” he said, adding to modifiers such as “one nice XX” and “honey voice.”
Jung Sung-il, who celebrated the beginning of 2023, celebrated the harmony of life. Attention is drawn to his new heyday.
Meanwhile, Part 1 of “The Glory” will be available on Netflix, and Part 2 will be released in March.