Disney Plus original series Moving has achieved the most-watched hours in its first week of release among all shows released on Disney Plus Korea.
Moving has set an astonishing record by ranking first in watch time in the first week of release among all Korean and global content on Disney Plus Korea. This remarkable feat overtakes the record held by both seasons of Big Bet.
In the U.S., Moving has become the most-watched Korean original series on Hulu in its first week of release, not only drawing attention domestically but recording outstanding popularity across the globe. Additionally, it ranks as the most-watched series in its first week of release in Disney Plus Asia-Pacific regions including Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia, thus underscoring its box office power.
Reflecting on this success, Carol Choi, EVP of Disney Asia Pacific, commented, “The 11 episodes of Moving that have been released so far have exceeded our expectations, eliciting a global consumer response. The captivating storyline, world-class stars, top production team, and astonishing post-production effects have all combined to create a unique storytelling that has captivated audiences from the U.S. to the Asia-Pacific region.”
Critics and viewers alike have praised the show, with comments such as “If ‘Moving’ has one superpower, it’s definitely Kang Full and director Park In Jae’s ability to craft fully fleshed-out and vividly resonant characters” (NME), and “a special and wonderful storyline that keeps everyone engaged” (Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong).
Available on Hulu in the U.S. and in 65 markets worldwide through Disney Plus, Moving is a human-action series portraying the lives of children hiding superpowers and parents hiding painful secrets from the past. With two episodes every subsequent Wednesday, a total of 20 episodes will be released.
Source: Disney Plus