“Moving” unveils behind image cuts of Han Hyo Joo, Jo In Sung & Ryu Sung Ryong doing action scenes

Behind-the-scenes still cuts of the parents’ generation in Disney Plus’s “Moving” have been released

Ahead of the long-awaited climax, Disney Plus’s original series “Moving” revealed images of actors Ryu Seung Ryong, Han Hyo Joo, Jo In Sung, Kim Sung Kyun, Baek Hyun Jin, Choi Deok Moon and Kim Kook Hee on the filming set.

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The still cuts bring more overwhelming feelings to viewers as they unveil the actors’ passionate acting in fierce fights.

moving unveils behind image cuts

First, Ryu Seung Ryong impresses fans with his meticulous side as Jang Joo Won when preparing for an action scene. Han Hyo Joo (as Lee Mi Hyun) proved her professional side when monitoring the scenes to produce better results, while Jo In Sung (as Kim Doo Sik) was performing a fight scene with equipment. The energy of the actors when completely immersing themselves in the scene can be felt clearly.

The action scene that was released last week and highly praised for showing the confrontation of ‘Monster VS Monster’ was also captured The two actors performed perfect chemistry both on and off the screen, drawing admiration from fans.

moving unveils behind image cuts

Lastly, a group photo of retired agents played by Baek Hyun Jin, Choi Deok Moon and Kim Kook Hee showed the pleasant and bright atmosphere on the set.

“Moving” tells about children living in the present while hiding their superpowers and parents who hide their painful secrets in the past. As the parts about the parents’ generation in the past have ended, viewers are getting more curious about the mysterious forceps targeting the children and how the drama will develop in the next episodes.

moving unveils behind image cuts

After its release, “Moving” became the most-watched Korean original series on the US streaming platform Hulu and is also gaining explosive popularity on Disney Plus in Korea and the Asia-Pacific region. In particular, it received favorable reviews from Variety, Forbes, COLLIDER, and other media outlets in Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Brazil.

Source: Nate