A Year of Remarkable Achievements for Song Hye Kyo
2023 has proven to be a landmark year for South Korean actress Song Hye Kyo, marking significant triumphs in various spheres, from cinema and fashion to maintaining her age-defying beauty. At over 40, the star of “The Glory” continues to captivate audiences with her enduring allure and has been shining brightly at numerous events. Recently, she has once again garnered extensive praise from media and fans alike, securing her position as a top actress in the Asian entertainment industry.
The Glory of “The Glory” at the Asian Academy Creative Awards
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The Asian Academy Creative Awards (AACA) 2023, held in Singapore on December 7th, spotlighted the achievements of “The Glory.” The Korean drama, featuring Song Hye Kyo in a lead role, clinched the award for the Best Long Drama Series. Meanwhile, Lim Ji Yeon, her co-star in “The Glory,” received accolades as the Best Supporting Actress. These recognitions further cement the show’s critical acclaim and popularity.
The Glory: A Tale of Revenge and Resilience
Penned by renowned South Korean screenwriter Kim Eun Sook and produced by Netflix, “The Glory” delves into the life of Moon Dong Eun, portrayed by Song Hye Kyo. Moon Dong Eun, once a victim of brutal school violence, embarks on a quest for revenge against her bullies, becoming the homeroom teacher of her main tormentor’s daughter. Lim Ji Yeon plays Park Yeon Jin, the primary antagonist in Moon Dong Eun’s story.
Widespread Acclaim and Global Recognition
Both seasons of “The Glory,” released between late 2022 and early 2023, caused a stir upon their debut. The series quickly topped Netflix’s global charts for the most-watched Non-English TV Show, achieving this feat just days after the release of its second season. Previously, the drama and its cast had already swept numerous prestigious awards in South Korea, including Best TV Drama at the Baeksang Arts Awards and individual accolades for both Song Hye Kyo and Lim Ji Yeon.
Song Hye Kyo’s Resounding Comeback
Song Hye Kyo’s return with “The Glory” has been widely lauded by audiences, with many fans suggesting that her string of prestigious awards might prompt her to publicly reveal the identity of her much-rumored fiancé by the end of 2023. This speculation adds an intriguing personal dimension to her professional success, making her one of the most talked-about figures in the entertainment industry as the year draws to a close.