The South Korean actor Park Sung Hoon recently gave an interview to Bazaar Magazine, during which he discussed the most challenging aspect of his character in The Glory, which can be found streaming on Netflix.
He portrays the role of Jeon Jae Jun in the drama.
The antagonist of the program is based on his character, who was a rich kid who picked on other rich kids in high school and eventually grew up to inherit his family’s golf course.
When it came time to filming, he shared that one of the more challenging situations to capture on camera was the one in which it was the height of summer yet the scene they were required to film was set in the winter.
“I believe it was quite hard when I had to swear when I’m not used to it,” he said, referring to the experience of having to curse for his character even though he isn’t accustomed to doing so outside of the filming environment. He was playing a role that required him to do so.
The Glory, Netflix’s most recent successful Korean drama, has finally returned for Season 1, Part 2. The vengeance melodrama, written by Descendants of the Sun author Kim Eun-sook, depicts a victim of severe school bullying who devotes her life to her meticulous plans to ruin her attackers’ lives two decades after they destroyed her life.
The 16-episode k-drama boasts a compelling, brutal plot that is propelled by an all-star cast, headlined by Hallyu star Song Hye-kyo and including your new favorite Korean actors. The following section details the cast of The Glory.
Jae-jun, one of Dong-fellow eun’s bullies, inherited his father’s expensive golf club and now owns a shop. He is just as conceited and vicious as he was when he was a youngster, but he has a weakness: his affair with Yeon-jin.
Park Sung-hoon made his acting debut in 2006 with the found footage horror film Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum, for which he is well known. In addition, he has been in the 2018 film High Society and the dramas Jealousy Incarnate, Into the Ring, and Psychopath Diary.