Disney Plus series Moving is receiving rave reviews for its compelling characters and immersive plot.
Viewers showered the show with praise, commenting, “Filled with enjoyable moments, the fantastic CG effects truly make the characters’ superpowers come alive,” “This is unlike anything I’ve seen in other Korean shows,” and “The plot keeps me up all night.”
The first seven episodes grabbed viewers’ interest with the captivating story of high schoolers with superpowers – Bong Seok (played by Lee Jung Ha), Hee Soo (Go Youn Jung), and Kang Hoon (Kim Do Hoon). The excitement continued to build as the drama unfolded, with Frank (Ryu Seung Bum) chasing after those with other extraordinary abilities.
Adding to its popularity is the introduction of a new character, Frank, who wasn’t part of the original storyline. As he systematically eliminates retired agents, Frank realizes the perilous situation he’s in and that Guryongpo poses a threat to him. Upon this revelation, he embarks on a mission to eliminate Guryongpo first and eventually uncovers his true identity as Jang Joo Won (Ryu Seung Ryong). Previously believed to have died in a truck accident, Joo Won astounds viewers by showcasing his extraordinary regenerative power as he emerges from beneath the vehicle. The tension heightens as Frank and Joo Won engage in an intense battle.
The standout moment came with the action-packed scene involving Hee Soo. In this sequence, she skillfully demonstrated the superpower inherited from her father while protecting her classmate from bullying. Furthermore, Go Youn Jung masterfully portrayed her character’s intricate emotions, ranging from a fiery determination to combat injustice to the bewildering realization of her regenerative ability.
Moving airs every Wednesday.
Source: Disney Plus