Hulu has announced that the hit Korean Original series “Moving” will be available in English this December. The 20-episode series started streaming on August 9, 2023, and is the most-watched Korean original on Hulu and Disney+ globally.
Earlier this month at the Busan International Film Festival awards “Moving” was presented with six Asia Content Awards including Best Creative Award – given in honor of content that has delivered the most notable achievements among the nominations – as well as Best Visual Effects. Screenwriter Kangfull was honored with the Best Writer award, with Moving cast members Seungryong, Lee Jungha, and Go Younjung taking home the awards for Best Lead Actor, Best Newcomer Actor and Best Newcomer Actress respectively.
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?
Cast includes Ryu Seungryong, Han Hyojoo, Zo Insung, Lee Jungha, Go Younjung, and Kim Dohoon.
“Moving” is written by Kangfull, the creator behind the hugely popular webtoon of the same name, and directed by Park Inje.
All 20 episodes of “Moving” are now streaming on Hulu in the United States and on Disney+ in many countries including the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.