Gear up, Kdrama fans! Disney+ to release the highly-anticipated Korean drama MOVING in the first quarter of 2023. Here are the compelling reasons to watch the Korean drama MOVING starring the rising star Goo Yoon Jung.
Watch Korean Drama MOVING on Disney+
1. Korean Drama with a 50 Billion Budget
Disney+ will release a fantasy drama, Moving, with a high production budget of 50 billion KRW (44.9 million USD) in the first quarter of this year. The fantasy drama will have 20 episodes in total.
2. Based on Popular Webtoon MOVING
The upcoming Disney+ Korean drama Moving is based on the webtoon of the same name created by Kang Full, who also wrote the script. The fantasy drama centers on three high school students and their parents who have supernatural powers. The parents have secrets and pains from the past; thus, they try to protect their children from dark forces who want to take advantage of their extraordinary talents.
Once, they were used and dragged by the government and could never break free. However, they do not give in quickly and work hard to ensure that the younger generation does not repeat their mistakes. Meanwhile, the children who discover their unique abilities also try to hide their gifts from others.
3. Directed by Kingdom Season 2 Director
Director Park In Jae directed the Korean drama Moving. His previous works Kingdom Season 2 in 2020, The Mayor in 2017, and Moby Dick in 2011, also involved people in power.
4. Cinematographer of Famous Korean Movies
Meanwhile, Lee Hyungdeok of Train to Busan and Peninsula also worked as the cinematographer in the upcoming series.
5. A Star-studded Korean Drama with A-List Prominent Actors
The Korean drama Moving is starring by A-list Korean drama actors. The main cast includes Jo In Sung, Han Hyo Joo, Ryu Seung Ryong, Go Yoon Jung, Kim Do Hoon, and Lee Jung Ha. Meanwhile, the supporting cast includes Cha Tae Hyun, Kim Shin Rok, Kim Sung Kyun, Kim Hee Won, Moon Sung Keun, Park Hee Soon, Ryoo Seung Bum, and more.
6. Korean Drama MOVING Cast and Roles
Actor Jo In Sung plays the role of Kim Doo Shik, a NIS agent who can fly; while actress Han Hyo Joo plays the role of Jo In Sung’s wife, Lee Mi Hyun, who has superhuman senses. Rookie actor Lee Jung Ha plays the role of Kim Bong Seok. He is the son of Kim Doo Shik and Lee Mi Hyun, who can fly.
Veteran actor Ryu Seung Ryong plays the role of Jang Joo Won. Meanwhile, rookie actress Go Yoon Jung plays the role of Jang Hee Soo, Jang Joo Won’s daughter, who has extraordinary athletic power. In addition, both cannot feel pain and recover quickly from wounds. Meanwhile, Kim Do Hoon plays the role of Lee Kang Hoon, the class leader with extraordinary strength and speed like his parents.
Cha Tae Hyun plays the character of Jeon Gye Do; he has the ability to produce electricity. Kim Sung Kyun plays the role of a fast and powerful agent, Lee Jae Man.
Kim Hee Won plays Choi Il Hwan, a teacher with supernatural powers. Ryoo Seung Bum plays the character of Frank, a mysterious man who keeps track of and pursues people with superpowers.
Moon Sung Keun plays the character of Min Yong Jun, a mysterious character with a powerful ability. Kim Shin Rok plays the role of Yeo Woon Gyu, the mastermind within the vast forces hiding behind the veil.
7. Jo In Sung Grand Comeback on Small Screen
The action fantasy Kdrama, Moving, will be Jo In Sung’s comeback drama on the small screen after his romantic drama with Gong Hyo Jin in It’s Okay, That’s Love in 2014.
8. Rising Star Go Yoon Jung Next Korean Drama
After Alchemy of Souls 2 ended, Go Yoon Jung’s fans will no need to wait too long for her upcoming drama, Moving. If in the Alchemy of Souls 2, she played the powerful shadow assassin Naksu; in her new drama, she plays Jang Hee Soo, who has a remarkable ability in athletic and recovers immediately from any injury. In addition, there is a possibility that there will be an action scene where Jang Hee Soo fights 17 bullies, just like in the webtoon. Are you curious to see her fantastic acting skills again?
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