South Korean series Moving shines with a star cast
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South Korean series Moving shines with a star cast

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South Korean series Moving shines with a star cast
From left, Ryu Seung-ryong, Han Hyo-joo and Zo In-sung in Moving. (Photos © IMDB.com)

Last week, South Korean series Moving won the Grand Prize in the television series category at the 60th Baeksang Arts Awards. The 20-episode series follows three high school students with superhuman abilities trying to keep a low profile in fear that their true potential will be exposed. However, as a mysterious organisation starts hunting them down one by one, their quiet lives turn upside down and their superhuman parents must step in.

Following praise and positive feedback since its release last year, Moving also won the Best Screenplay and Best New Actor at the 60th Baeksang Arts Awards.

Let's have a look at the cast of the series.

Ryu Seung-ryong

The veteran actor -- now 54 -- made his debut in 2004 in Someone Special. Despite a minor role in the film, his acting skills caught the eyes of filmmakers which paved his career as a supporting actor. He is also known for his portrayal of a sensitive gay man in the 2010 drama series Personal Taste. His latest film Miracle Of Cell No 7 garnered positive response at the 66th Cannes Film Festival last year.

Han Hyo-joo

In 2006, Han Hyo-joo became popular for her acting skills and was cast in the film Aju Teukbyeolhan Sonnim which was a huge success. Afterwards, she starred in many TV series, including Spring Waltz, Shining Inheritance, Dong Yi and W as well as the 2013 film Cold Eyes for which she won Best Actress at the 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards.

Zo In-sung

Heartthrob Zo In-sung made his debut as a model before starting an acting career in 2000. After his success in TV drama Piano and 2003 romance film The Classic, he starred in What Happened In Bali for which he won Baeksang Arts Awards for Best Actor.

Lee Jeong-Ha won Best New Actor for his role in Moving. imdb.com

Lee Jeong-ha

Winner of this year's Baeksang Arts Award in Best New Actor category, the 26-year-old actor is known for the 2020 South Korean series Run On and drama film Victory.

Go Yoon-jung in Moving. imdb.com

Go Yoon-jung

The 28-year-old actress is known for her role in the 2022 award-winning film Hunt and popular series Alchemy Of Souls.

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