‘Moving’ Season 2: Tell-Tale Signs That the Webtoon-Based Series Will Have Sequel

Disney+’s “Moving” officially wrapped up the season after airing its last three episodes on September 20, 2023. Headlined by top stars like Han Hyo Joo, Jo In Sung, and Ryu Seung Ryong, along with up-and-coming actors like Lee Jung Ha, Go Yoon Jung, and Kim Do Hoon, the 20-episode K-drama left viewers wanting for more.

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Directed by Park In Je, the genius behind “Kingdom” season 2, along with screenwriter Kang Full, who is also the creator of the webtoon, “Moving” focuses on three high school students with superpowers that they inherited from their parents.

Apart from the stellar star-studded cast and amazing storyline, the Disney+ series entertained viewers with impressive visuals through CGI, making it the most expensive K-drama in history.

While some hit K-dramas like “Squid Game” and “All of Us Are Dead” have announced their second seasons, viewers are looking forward to “Moving,” which will do the same.

Will There Be ‘Moving’ Season 2?

Moving Poster

(Photo : Disney Plus Korea)

As of this writing, there is no confirmation yet from the drama officials and Disney+ if “Moving” season 2 gets a green light. However, there are signs and hints that the beloved webtoon-based K-drama might return for a new season. 

Signs That ‘Moving’ Will Have Season 2

1. Kim Young Tak’s Cameo

Since “Moving” is a webtoon created by Kang Full, the writer has other works related to the adaptation, including “Timing” and “Bridge.”

In one of the episodes, a character from “Timing” made a cameo and was introduced as Kim Young Tak, a student of Choi Il Hwan who has the ability to stop time. Rumors sparked that the character might join season 2, which will be played by actor Yoo Seung Ho.

Moving, Yoo Seung Ho

(Photo : Disney+, Yoo Seung Ho Instagram)

2. The New Head of the NIS

Just when the viewers thought that the last scene in “Moving” was the reunion between Kim Doo Shik, Lee Mi Hyun, and Kim Bong Seok, it turned out that the NIS invaded its new head.

After the death of Mr. Min, agent Ma Sang Gu, played by Park Byung Eun, becomes the successor, hinting about the organization’s new plan to chase the gifted ones.

 3. New Villain, ‘Elias’

Apart from having the new NIS head, the last scene in “Moving” showcased a character named Elias, who looked exactly like Frank. He could be the latter’s twin brother, who was honed by the CIS to carry out a mission.

4.  The Story Behind the Undercover NIS Agent

Before transferring to Jeongwon High School, Jang Hee Soo met Shin Hye Won, who gets bullied by her classmate. She got kicked out from the campus after Hee Soo defended her from the bullies. As she transferred to Jeongwon High, Hye Won followed her. 

In the “Moving” ending, Shin Hye Won is a high-ranking official of the NIS, along with campus guard Hwang Ji Sung, who has been working for the agency for decades.

It turned out that Hye Won has the ability that keeps her from getting old. This also explains the respect Mr. Min showed Shin Hye Won after he saw them in his office.