According to streaming analytics platform FlixPatrol, the K-drama Moving has ranked 1st in five Asian countries: Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. The drama has retained its rank from two days after its release, living up to the hype.
Moving tells the story of children with supernatural abilities and their parents - harboring painful secrets of the past - trying to protect them from being exploited by the world.
The K-drama is adapted from the webtoon of the same name by the drama's screenwriter Kang Full.
Moving boasts a star-studded cast, including the Kingdom villain Ryu Seung Ryong; the Happiness actress Han Hyo Joo; Zo In Sung, who also starred in the current box office hit Smugglers; Cha Tae Hyun from Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds; the veteran actor Ryu Seung Beom, returning to the small screen after 13 years; the D.P. Season 2 actor Kim Sung Kyun; the Alchemy of Souls actress Go Youn Jung; The Law Cafe actor Kim Do Hoon, and the rising star Lee Jung Ha in the lead roles.
Kim Do Hoon (as Lee Kang Hoon), Go Youn Jung (as Jang Hee Soo), and Lee Jung Ha (as Kim Bong Seok) play classmates at Jeongwon High School, who have inherited superpowers from their parents - Ryu Seung Ryong (Hee Soo's father), Kim Sung Kyun (Kang Hoon's father), and Han Hyo Joo and Zo In Sung (Bong Seok's parents).