This week, Disney released the final episode of the Korean Drama series, “Moving” on its streaming services around the world, including Hulu in the US, Star+ in Latin America and on Disney+ everywhere else. The show has become the most-watched Korean drama of all time on Disney+ and Hulu after just seven days of release. Across Asia, the show was also more popular than many established franchises, including Marvel and Star Wars, showcasing the true popularity of this series.
The series tells the story of what happened back in the 1990s, South Korea’s National Security Planning Agency established a black ops team of superpowered individuals. Tasked with carrying out classified missions, members of this elite unit used their powers to defend the country and achieve the impossible on a daily basis. Despite their successes, one day, the team suddenly went dark, dispersing across the country, never to be heard from again.
A few decades later, Bongseok, a boy who could float before he could walk, and Huisoo, a girl who survived a horrific car crash unscathed, end up at the same school, quickly becoming close after confiding their secrets in each other and discovering there are more people like them out in the world. But while life seems relatively carefree for the teenagers, a mysterious delivery driver named Frank begins murdering people with powers across Seoul. With danger drawing ever closer, will anyone be able to stop Frank before he uncovers the children’s secrets?
Following the finale being released on Wednesday, THR spoke with the show’s director, Park In-je and asked him, even though the show hasn’t been renewed for a second season, if there are more stories ready to go from Kang Full’s webtoons, which inspired the series.
Kang Full has other titles that are within this universe that he’s built, under the titles of Bridge and Timing, so there’s a lot more story that’s already out there. There’s another one that he’s currently working on called Hidden. So, if there were to be a second season, it will be one of those. As I said before, everything was a first for me with this show — it being VFX heavy, the genre of romance and it having a lot of wire-work action, so on. So, if I were to helm the series once again, what I can say is that I will show you a much-upgraded version of everything you saw in season 1.
With the huge success of the first season, hopefully, we won’t have to wait too long to get confirmation that a second season is underway, and it sounds like there are many more stories that they could explore in future episodes.
You can catch the entire first season of “Moving” on Hulu in the United States, on Star+ in Latin America and on Disney+ around the world.
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