Disney Plus original series ‘Moving’ finalized its full cast and unveiled the photos of the table read.
The cast for Moving had finally taken off its veil. This new superhero drama is about children living in the present while hiding their superpowers and parents hiding the painful secrets of the past facing a huge danger together.
First, the roles of parents will be played by Ryu Seung Ryong, Han Hyo Joo, Jo In Sung, and Kim Seung Kyun. Ryu Seung Ryong turns into Jang Joo Won, who has the ability to recover quickly without feeling pain. Han Hyo Joo plays Lee Mi Hyun with superhuman senses. In addition, Jo In Sung takes on the role of Kim Doo Sik, a veteran agent with the ability to fly, while Kim Sung Kyun plays Lee Jae Man, a man with super-speed and superpower.
There are also colorful characters related to the particular incident involving parents of past generations and children living in the present. Cha Tae Hyun plays Jeon Kye Do, who can generate electricity. Ryoo Seung Bum becomes Frank, a mysterious person who pursues people with superpowers. Moreover, Kim Hee Won takes on the role of Choi Il Hwan, a teacher who hides the power that others do not know about. And Moon Sung Geun turns into Min Yong Joon, a veiled character behind the huge authority.
The cast also includes numerous rising stars, including Lee Jung Ha, Go Yoon Jung, and Kim Do Hoon. They’ll each play Kim Bong Seok, Jang Hee Soo, and Lee Kang Hoon.
After participating in the table read in August, Ryu Seung Ryong shared, “I am thrilled and honored to be a part of an amazing project. I’m looking forward to working with wonderful staff and actors.” Han Hyo Joo also expressed her joy, saying, “I got to meet a lot of amazing people through Moving, and it’s an honor to join Kang Pull’s awesome worldview. I think our drama will be of a genre that Korea has never seen before.”
Additionally, Jo In Sung commented, “I enjoyed the original work, and the unique worldview was beautiful. I think it’s a story that the whole world can relate to. We’ll work hard, so hope you enjoy it.”
Meanwhile, Moving will only be released through Disney Plus in the second half of 2022.
Source: Disney Plus Korea
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