This “The Glory” actress graduated from a top university, fluent in 5 languages, and started acting against her parents’ will

Despite playing a supporting role, this actress gained massive attention in “The Glory” and impressed netizens with her impressive background.

The Glory” starring Cha Joo-young is a Netflix series in which a former victim of school violence seeks revenge on her bullies after taking up a job as a homeroom teacher at the elementary school of the bully’s child.


It is known that she will try to transform into a strong character that has never been seen before in “The Glory”, raising expectations.

Cha Joo-young, who debuted in tvN’s drama “Cheese in the Trap” in 2016, often received offers to debut as a celebrity because of her pretty appearance from childhood, but she attended a prestigious university her parents wanted and graduated from it. However, she could not erase her dream of acting.

Cha Joo-Young

Knowing that her parents, who had high expectations for Cha Joo-young, who graduated from the prestigious Utah University in the U.S., would object, she started appearing in “Cheese in the Trap” then told her parents. However, she had to face strong opposition as her parents told her, “We’ll pay the penalty, so stop it.”

Cha Joo-young

Cha Joo-young earnestly asked her parents to give her time until she turned 30. Before she turned 30, she built her career by appearing in “The Gentlemen of Wolgyesu Tailor Shop”, “Jugglers”, “Wok of Love” and was recognized for her acting skills.

Cha Joo-Young

Above all, her father was said to support his daughter’s choice as he called Cha Joo-young by her characters’ names. Afterwards, Cha Joo-young appeared in “The Spies Who Loved Me” and “Chimera”. Recently, she made her name known by playing “Grim Reaper” Han Ji-hyun, Cho Tae-sub (Lee Geung-young)’s secretary, in “Again My Life”.

Cha Joo-young

In Watcha’s original series “Alice, the Ultimate Weapon”, she showed a wide acting spectrum by playing Yang Yang, CEO Jang (Yang Hyun-min)’s assistant.

Source: daum

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