DisneyPlus Drama “Moving” Reveals Intense Action in Upcoming Episodes 10 and 11

The DisneyPlus popular drama series “Moving,” exclusively available on DisneyPlus, is causing quite a stir with fans eagerly awaiting the release of episodes 10 and 11. The anticipation centers around actor Ryu Seung-ryong, who is set to showcase his prowess in intense action scenes within the show.

As per information from Disney+ on the 21st, the highly anticipated episodes 10 and 11 of “Moving” are scheduled to air on the 23rd. These episodes promise to delve into the intriguing past of Jang Ju-won, portrayed by Ryu Seung-ryong, a character once known as the “monster.”

Previously, the focus of the story revolved around characters played by Han Hyo-joo and Lee Jung-ha in episodes 8 and 9. The new poster for “Moving,” characterized by a noir aesthetic, features Ryu Seung-ryong in a captivating pose, gazing straight ahead with charismatic intensity. The poster also showcases fallen adversaries behind him, along with the tantalizing phrase “I was called a monster.”

Throughout the initial 1 to 7 episodes, Ryu Seung-ryong expertly portrayed Jang Ju-won as a lovable chicken restaurant owner and devoted father, charming viewers with his relatable appeal. In stark contrast, the newly unveiled poster hints at a much more eventful backstory for Ju-won.

Action director Ryu Sung-chul has hinted that these upcoming episodes will feature gripping corridor action scenes akin to the style of “Oldboy.” The poster, in turn, provides a sneak peek into this captivating action element.

The drama’s previous episodes 8 and 9 garnered attention for their romantic storyline, focusing on the past romance between characters Du-sik (played by Jo In-sung) and Mi-hyun (played by Han Hyo-joo). Following this romantic narrative, “Moving” is generating excitement as it ventures into the noir genre, promising viewers a fresh and captivating experience.

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“Moving” is a human action series that skillfully weaves together the stories of children with concealed supernatural abilities and parents burdened by hidden secrets from their pasts.

For those eagerly following the series, “Moving” has been following a release pattern of two episodes every Wednesday, starting from the pre-release of episodes 7 on the 9th. The total episode count for the series is set at 20. With a viewership restriction for those aged 19 and older, the show is deemed unsuitable for teenage audiences.

While information about the production of a second season remains under wraps, fans are eagerly anticipating episodes 10 and 11, which promise to unravel the enigmatic past of Ryu Seung-ryong’s character. These episodes are set to premiere on Disney+ at 4:00 PM on the 23rd.

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