‘Moving’ team thanks viewers before drama ends, from author Kang Full to main cast

As the drama “Moving” is coming to an end, the main cast delivered heartfelt messages to viewers

Disney Plus’s original series “Moving” will reveal the last three episodes, from episode 18 to episode 20, on September 20th. Apart from an upcoming fierce battle the whereabouts of Doo Sik (Jo In Sung) will also be unveiled. Expectations are high on the unexpected twists to occur in the last episodes.


Ahead of the airing of the last episodes, “Moving” actors and directors expressed their grateful hearts to viewers around the world, who have been pouring huge love and support for the drama every week. First, directors Park In Je and Park Yoon Seo simply said, “Thank you for watching the drama until the end.” Original webtoon author Kang Full, who challenged writing a drama script for the first time through “Moving”, also shared, “Thank you so much for loving the drama. Always be happy”.

Next, the actors also took turns and thanked the viewers. Ryu Seung Ryong used a line of his character Ju Won and said, “I hope ‘Moving’ was useful to everyone!”. Han Hyo Joo, who portrayed a sad romance with Jo In Sung, also confessed her heart by borrowing a famous line from a touching episode about Mi Hyun and Doo Sik, saying “Everyone met ‘Moving’ somehow… I think I’m going to dieㅠㅠ”.

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In addition, Lee Jung Ha made an acrostic poem with the drama name “Moving” while Kim Do Hoon hopes viewers can enjoy “Moving” on the upcoming Chuseok holiday. Kwak Sun Young also showed her love for her on-screen family, saying “Thank you for loving Ju Won, Ji Hee, and Hee Soo”. Ryu Seung Beom, Kim Sung Kyun, Go Yoon Jung, Kim Shin Rok, and the six actors who played North Korean Agents also expressed their extraordinary affection for viewers in different ways.

“Moving” depicts the stories of children living in the present while hiding their superpowers and their parents who hide painful secrets in the past. It became the most viewed series on the US platform Hulu and also in Disney Plus Asia-Pacific areas, including Korea, within the first release week. US media, such as Forbes, Variety, COLLIDER, etc., and media outlets from Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines, Brazil, Argentina, etc., have also given favorable reviews for the drama. 

“Moving” will finally end after releasing episodes 18, 19 and 20 today (September 20th).

Source: Daum

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