Netflix’s “The Glory” director Ahn Gil Ho has been accused of allegedly bullying in school.
Daily Ahn first reported allegations of school violence against director Ahn Gil Ho, the director of “The Glory,” which circulated rapidly online.
According to the media, A, who recently shared an article titled “’ The Glory’ director was a past school violence perpetrator,” on an online community where A summarized the situation at the time when director Ahn Gil Ho committed school violence in 1996 and explained the background of the revelation.
Check out the contents of the article written by A below:
A is currently living in the United States. A said through the media, “If Ahn Gil Ho denies it, his friend who was called out with him will also testify. If he denies it and responds legally, I will also actively respond. What we want is the ‘implementation of justice.’ Isn’t this why people can’t do it? It’s so disgraceful.”
If A’s claim is true, the aftermath is expected to be severe. In response, Studio Dragon declined to comment, saying, “We are checking the facts.”
The problem is that “The Glory” Part 2 was released at 5 p.m. on March 10. “The Glory,” which is evaluated evenly for its content-to-work quality, is on the verge of being newly revaluated due to allegations of abuse of school violence by the director. What conclusion will this revelation reach?