Harpers Bazaar Korea has released an amazing pictorial featuring “Moving” couple Jo In Sung and Han Hyo Joo!
Based on the webtoon of the same name, Disney+’s “Moving” is a superhero action drama about teenagers with hidden superhuman powers and their parents who, unbeknownst to them, harbor a painful secret from their past. They eventually team up to battle powerful dark forces that threaten multiple generations across different eras. Jo In Sung stars as Kim Doo Shik, a top-notch black agent with the supernatural ability to fly, whereas Han Hyo Joo plays Lee Mi Hyun, a hero with superhuman senses and a former secret agent at the Ministry of Security.
In an interview that followed the photo shoot, Jo In Sung complimented his co-star Han Hyo Joo, stating, “I saw actress Han Hyo Joo in a different light after working together through this project when we have accumulated age and experience. There is an unscientific feeling that is conveyed through photos or the screen. Looking at Han Hyo Joo’s eyes, I realized what a great actress she is. I’m not just saying this, but she is an actress whose next 10 years are more anticipated.”
Han Hyo Joo also shared, “I’ve come to realize that [Jo In Sung] is a very thoughtful person after I met him as a co-star this time. Do you call it ‘tsundere’? He is very considerate of others and very thoughtful, but he really hates letting people know [of that side of him]. He also has a strong sense of responsibility to lead the project as the main character, so I could rely on him a lot. There were many moments I felt thankful to him.”
The drama “Moving” introduced a new “Korean hero” genre. In this regard, Jo In Sung shared, “The biggest charm of this drama is that it contains the trivial lives of people who can easily be seen around us.” He added, “It should be fun to skim through the reflection of the times as the notable [historical] events in Korea unfold in line with the drama’s story.”
About the stunning wire action scenes in the drama, Han Hyo Joo remarked, “The actors who had to do the wire action have done a great job. The look [of the wire action filming] before processing wasn’t that cool, so sometimes we held back our laughter at each other. We exchanged jokes, asking if Marvel is also filming like how we are, but I feel proud that we created scenes that are not common in Korea yet.”
“Moving” releases two episodes every Wednesday at 4 p.m. KST and three episodes on September 20, which is the final day.
You can catch the full pictorial and interview in the September issue of Harpers Bazaar!