South Korea’s Ministry of Justice recently criticized a false fact mentioned in The Glory Season 2 Episode 10. The Ministry immediately issued an official press release to revise the false fact in The Glory Season 2 with renewed detail and clarification. So, what happened, and which fact was false in The Glory Season 2 Episode 10? Check out the following extensive report and discussion.
*THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS PARTS OF SPOILER FROM THE GLORY SEASON 2 EPISODE 10.*
South Korea’s Ministry of Justice Criticized a False Fact in THE GLORY Season 2 Episode 10
“The higher you climb, the stronger the winds,”—this quote perfectly describes the current state of The Glory Korean drama.
Indeed, The Glory Korean drama received massive commendation and love from general viewers worldwide. The tragic story of Moon Dong Eun and her vow to avenge the school bullying perpetrators from her past has gained viewers’ sympathy, even more with the impressive acting of all the cast members.
However, all the glory and praise hailed for The Glory Korean drama means no escape from criticisms and controversies. Previously, criticisms were pouring against the Korean drama for the sudden and unnecessary nudity in Episode 13. Then, viewers also questioned the necessity of the love story between the two main character and the absurd kiss scene in Episode 16.
On top of that, The Glory Korean drama took a massive hit after its director Ahn Gil Ho was proven to be a school violence perpetrator in his past.
Still, the Netflix series stands tall at #1 of the platform’s Top 10 TV Shows Worldwide, according to FlixPatrol on March 17 local time.
Today, another controversy was raised against The Glory Season 2 after the Korean drama received criticism for informing a false fact.
Wikitree reported on March 17 that South Korea’s Ministry of Justice called out a false fact from The Glory Season 2 Episode 10 and issued a press release to revise the information.
A False Fact in THE GLORY Season 2 Episode 10 – Which One?
In The Glory Season 2 Episode 10, Moon Dong Eun’s mother, Jung Mi Hee, successfully found her daughter with a slight nudge from Park Yeon Jin.
After that, Jung Mi Hee threatened her daughter. She claimed that no matter how far Moon Dong Eun ran, she would never escape her mother because her mother could always use the government’s service to find her.
Not only that, but during a previous scene in the same episode, Jung Mi Hee claimed she had successfully found Moon Dong Eun’s apartment in Semyeong City after looking up her address through the county office.
“Blood is thicker than water, you know.
Go hide again if you’d like. I’ll find you again.
I would just go to the county office and issue a document, and I will find out where you are.”Jung Mi Hee.
Ministry of Justice’s Press Release Regarding the False Fact
Wikitree reported that South Korea’s Ministry of Justice criticized Jung Mi Hee’s line in The Glory Season 2. They even issued a press release, calling out that the statement did not accord with reality.
According to the Ministry, South Korea’s law gives domestic violence victims the right to issue a restriction against blood-relative perpetrators. The victims can cover their records to prevent the perpetrators from finding them, even when the perpetrates are their own family or blood relatives.
“We have applied a revision to the ‘Family Relations Registration Act’ in December 2021. This revision restricts the issuance of family relation certificates by perpetrators upon requests of the domestic violence victims and has been in effect since January 2022.”South Korea’s Ministry of Justice.
Further in the report, the Ministry explained that victims could designate a spouse or lineal blood relative and apply to the heads of the neighborhood office to both restrict the issuance of family relationship certificates and obscure their records against these immediate-family offenders.
If the victims made such applications to the office, the reported immediate blood relatives or spouse would not be able to view, obtain, and issue the family relationship certificate of the domestic violence victims.
“If a couple separates due to domestic violence, perpetrator spouse A will not be able to apply and receive the family relationship certificate from victim spouse B.”South Korea’s Ministry of Justice.
Preventing Scene from THE GLORY Season 2 Episode 10 from Happening
Finally, South Korea’s Ministry of Justice hoped that this law would be able to protect domestic violence victims. That way, they can prevent such a scene from The Glory Season 2 Episode 10 from happening and protect the victims from the offenders.
“With the amendment passage to the ‘Family Relations Registration Act’, we expect to protect the personal information of domestic violence victims more thoroughly and effectively.
As a result, domestic violence victims will be protected from potential additional crimes by the domestic violence perpetrators.”South Korea’s Ministry of Justice.
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