As fans eagerly anticipate the final episode of Disney+’s hit original series ‘Moving,’ the show’s creators have offered a tantalizing glimpse into what’s in store. Key stills from the upcoming episodes 18 to 20 have been released, and they promise an action-packed and emotionally charged conclusion to the series.
In the previous episode, viewers were left with the revelation that North Korean leader ‘Deokyun,’ portrayed by the talented Park Hee-soon, mentioned ‘Kim Du-sik,’ played by Jo In-sung, as the catalyst behind the intense battles unfolding throughout the series. This revelation set the stage for a deeper exploration of the complex past shared by these two characters.
The newly released stills showcase intense moments, starting with Deokyun and her subordinates infiltrating Jeongwon High School in search of dormant power users and leading to a dramatic showdown with ‘Juwon’ (Ryu Seung-ryong) and ‘Yongdeok’ (Park Gwang-jae). Juwon’s cryptic words, “It’s because of that Kim Du-sik,” have left fans intrigued and eager to learn more about their shared history.
Kim Du-sik’s mysterious mission and whereabouts, shrouded in secrecy in previous episodes, are set to be unveiled at last, promising answers to lingering questions. Additionally, the stills provide a glimpse of Jo In-sung’s character, engaging in a high-octane gunfight as he carries out his special mission.
Meanwhile, the heart of the series lies in the power struggle and the profound character development of Juwon and ‘Mihyun’ (Han Hyo-joo). These characters, who have hidden their true identities as power users, confront their adversaries in the halls of Jeongwon High School, leading to a gripping life-or-death confrontation. The reunion of Juwon and Mihyun after decades apart is an emotionally charged moment, and their explosive abilities come to the forefront in the battle to protect the children.
Ryu Seung-ryong, known for his remarkable acting skills, faces off against Park Gwang-jae, a power user with a similar ‘healing ability,’ in a scene that promises intense physicality and emotion. Han Hyo-joo, in her role as Mihyun, delivers breathtaking action sequences as she confronts Yun Sabong, a character she had kept her identity hidden from.
Episodes 18-20 promise even more riveting developments, including Ryu Seung-ryong’s character resolutely stepping up to protect his daughter ‘Heesoo’ (Go Yoon-jung) and a never-ending battle that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. The final stills also reveal a tense standoff as Han Hyo-joo, the only one who knows Jo In-sung’s fate, points a gun at him.
‘Gye Do’ (Cha Tae-hyun), the bus driver, and ‘Kang Hoon’s’ (Kim Do-hoon) father ‘Jaeman’ (Kim Sung-kyun) are poised to play pivotal roles in the series’ conclusion. Gye Do, having sensed the presence of the enigmatic ‘Junhwa’ (Yang Dong-geun) trailing Bongseok (Lee Jung-ha) and Heesoo, embarks on a mission to protect the children once more. Jaeman, who had been anxiously waiting for his son Kang Hoon, takes a bold step upon hearing Kang Hoon’s distressing cries over the phone.
The ‘Moving’ production team has promised explosive action and an unforgettable final battle, leaving fans on the edge of their seats as they await the series’ climax. The final episodes, episodes 18-20, are set to premiere on the 20th at 4 PM, marking the end of an exhilarating journey that has captivated audiences worldwide. Don’t miss it!