The Glory Season 1 Episode 15 Summary


An intense penultimate episode is packed with twists and turns, setting up a dramatic finale.

This synopsis of Netflix K-Drama The Glory Season 1 Episode 15 contains spoilers.

In the penultimate episode of the glory‘s first season becomes a little obvious – Yeon-jin loses it. She has flashbacks triggered by dancing shamans. She hears the voices of dead girls in her head. It’s unlikely that any of this is to blame as Yeon-jin hasn’t shown any guilt so far. Instead, it’s probably stress. Yeon-jin’s marriage falls apart, her acolytes leave her, and she faces a long prison sentence. Even if she manages to wriggle out of it, her public reputation is ruined — and that’s how she’s defined herself for most of her life.

The Glory Season 1 Episode 15 Summary

This is a chapter full of ultimatums. Do-yeong gives his wife one – confess to So-hee’s mother or lose him. She chooses the latter. And Dong-eun gives Yeon-jin’s mother another one. Either give up on Yeon-jin, her own daughter, or be exposed as paying for a murder herself. That problem won’t be resolved anytime soon, but at least for Dong-eun, it’s basically a foregone conclusion that she’ll choose to save herself.

What will happen to Hye Jeong?

Things get even worse for Yeon-jin when Sa-ra posts old videos of her bullying So-hee online. Yeon-jin resigns and holds a press conference in which she pretends to have been So-hee’s best friend and reveals her pregnancy. After somehow managing to garner some sympathy, she’s pretty comfortable with herself, but at this point things start to get pretty crazy. A similar video of Sa-ra having sex with Myeong-o is posted, and in her panic and anger she stabs Hye-jeong in the neck with a pencil.

Hye-jeong survives, but her vocal cords are damaged beyond repair and Jae-jun immediately abandons her (This is a particularly miserable episode, as we’ll see.) Of all of Yeon-jin’s former cronies, Jae-jun is by far the best right now. Granted, one is dead, one has been stabbed in the neck, and the other has been personally and professionally ruined and arrested, but you know what I mean. Things move quickly from here, and Dong-eun and Yeo-jeong think they’re nearing the end of their mission.

When an autopsy is performed on Myeong-o’s body, the DNA under his fingernails matches the DNA found on the lighter at the site of So-hee’s death. So the connection is there for the police, they just have to put two and two together.

Why was Yeo-jeong’s father killed?

Yeo-jeong tries to end his father’s death and revisits his killer in prison, but he gets more than he bargained for when the man explains it to him he killed his father just for mentioning Yeo-jeong. He wanted to make sure he wasn’t eating ramen. His killer thought that Yeo-jeong might arrive when his father was killed. In a way he was right, but the news causes Yeo-jeong great pain.

For what it’s worth, Dong-eun was right about Yeon-jin’s mother. She actually places herself above her daughter, and Dong-eun makes sure Yeon-jin is there to witness this ultimate betrayal. And by the way, the name tag isn’t even admissible as evidence. Dong-eun just wanted her nemesis to feel what she felt, proof that the person who should love you the most hardly loves you, at least not as much as they love themselves.

The penultimate episode ends with a final revelation. When So-hee’s mother is taken to the hospital, Dong-eun learns that Yeo-jeong was her legal guardian before he even met Dong-eun. It seems like he was manipulating her all along.

You can stream Netflix K-Drama The Glory Season 1 Episode 15 exclusively on Netflix.

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