par Lily Alice, septembre 18, 2023

On September 18, Disney+ released the final teaser for Moving. The caption reads, "To protect our children, we can become monsters at any time". The ultimate showdown where everything is at stake unfolds!

In the teaser, South Korean superpowered humans, their children (who inherited their powers), and North Korean superpowered agents all gather at school for the final battle. 

The trailer shows each character - Jang Joo Won (Ryu Seung Ryong), Lee Mi Hyun (Han Hyo Joo), Jeon Gye Do (Cha Tae Hyun), Lee Jae Man (Kim Sung Kyun), Choi Il Hwan (Kim Hee Won), Jang Hee Soo (Go Youn Jung), Kim Bong Seok (Lee Jung Ha), and Lee Kang Hoon (Kim Do Hoon), including others - engaged in the fight, and we also see a backstory of Kim Doo Shik (Zo In Sung), who has been away from his family for a long time.

The teaser ends with showing a hand ready to shoot, Lee Mi Hyun (Han Hyo Joo) screaming "No!" and Kim Bong Seok's intriguing expression.

Interest is also growing if Moving will be renewed for Season 2. 

In a recent interview, director Park In Je said, "It's not up to me. Kang Full has to write (the script)". However, he also expressed anticipation, saying, "I've learned a lot while working on Moving, so if I were to take on Season 2, I think the visuals would be upgraded".

Kang Full's original webtoon Moving is known to be connected to the world of his works Timing and Bridge.

The appearance of Kim Young Tak, who can stop time with a snap of his fingers, has been teased, adding weight to the possibility of Season 2. Kim Young Tak is a character from Kang Full's comics TimingAgainBridge, and is practically the central character that encompasses Kang Full's entire universe.

Moving will simultaneously release episodes 18, 19, and 20 on September 20 on Disney+, Disney+ Hotstar and Hulu