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From an eight-year-old child to a grandmother… Baduk Festival enjoyed by all

Go appears as an allegory in Netflix’s drama ‘The Glory’, which deals with school violence. The main character, Moon Dong-eun (Song Hye-kyo), who was ruined both physically and mentally by violence in high school, learns to play Go to get revenge on her assailant, Park Yeon-jin (Lim Ji-yeon). Because Yeonjin’s husband, Ha Do-yeong (Jeong Seong-il), was a Go fanatic.스포츠토토

In the last scene of Season 1, Episode 4, Dong-eun monologues while playing Go with Do-yeong at Ki-won with a bet of 20,000 won per hand. “I learned to play baduk quickly, Yeonjin-ah. The purpose was clear, and it was beautiful to win if the opponent took away the house they built with care.”

In the meantime, Dong-eun’s revenge unfolds like a game of Go. Then, as in a monologue, they reveal their desires in silence, enchant, enchant, and strip each other naked. In Dong-eun’s revenge, there is only the world of good and evil. So the life of Dong-eun, who has only enemies or allies, seems to resemble Go, where only black and white exist.

‘The Glory’ has revitalized Go, which had withered away. Until the 1970s, baduk was a national game, but now it has been pushed aside by computer games.

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