Song Hye Kyo’s “The Glory” Tops In 10 Countries On Netflix Within 2 Days Of Release+ Enters Worldwide Netflix TV Show Category

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Netflix’s original “The Glory,” starring Song Hye Kyo has topped in 10 countries around the world within two days of its release.

According to the content ranking and charts site FlixPatrol on January 2, “The Glory” ranked 5th in the worldwide Netflix TV show category as of January 1.

“The Glory,” which depicts a brutal revenge plotted by a victim of school violence, made a smooth start by ranking in the top 10 on the global charts a day after Part 1 (consisting of 8 episodes) was released on December 30.

In particular, “The Glory” soared to the top 10 in 71 countries on January 1, a day after it charted in the top 10 in 40 countries around the world on December 31.

In Korea, the “Reborn Rich,” starring Song Joong Ki was pushed back in the rankings since “The Glory” stole the top spot in the region. In addition, it ranked first in 10 regions, including Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Venezuela.

It ranks second in Japan, Hong Kong, the Maldives, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates, and fourth in Bangladesh, Kuwait, and Sri Lanka. In North America, including the U.S. and Canada, the charts also soared from ninth to sixth and fifth, respectively.

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2 comments

  1. Whoaah. Congratulations to our beautifuk and hard-working SHK. We will never stop supporting and loving you❤️.. Congratukations too to the whole cast, staffs and of course, to the great writer and
    The director of this new trend of dark and sweeet revenge.

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