Moving Episodes 10 and 11 will be out soon. The South Korean drama covers everything from action to mystery with romance, thrill, and supernatural elements finding enough places. The series Moving is based on the webtoon of the same name.
It premiered on 9 August this year and is doing pretty well. The show is about three high school students, Lee Gang Hoon, Kim Bong Seok, and Jang Hee Soo. Each has a special ability: Gang Hoon has immense speed, Bong Seok can fly and Gang Hoon can recover from even fatal injuries. While they try to live a life like normal students, their parents try to protect them from potential danger.
Moving Episode 9 Recap
The episode begins with Mi Hyun walking through the corridor of her workplace. As soon as she gets to her desk to work, she gets a call that Mr. Min wants to speak to her. He is already in a bad mood. When Ms. Kim accidentally makes a mess in his cabin while going to make his coffee, he starts shouting at her.
He asks Mi Hyun how her mission is going, to which she replies that it is going well. A flashback scene shows Doo Sik asking Mi Hyun to continue her mission of spying on her as he would get to spend more time with her. He takes her to have a meal at his favorite place.
They open up to each other and Mi Hyun mentions that her favorite color is purple. Back to the present scene, Mr Min asks Mi Hyun if she has any vital information to tell him and she says no. Min asks her about Doo Sik’s secret but she has no clue about it. Min asks her to get closer to Doo Sik to find out.
Woonkyu is upset about Mi Hyun not reporting to her and directly talking to Mr. Min. Mi Hyun is later visited by Doo Sik who gets her Donkatsu by flying to her window which exposes his power to her. He also visits her while she is working.
She trusts him enough to tell him that her specialty is exceptional eyesight and hearing. She can hear his heartbeat front afar and replicates the sound by tapping her finger on the table at the same pace. He gets closer to her and they share a sweet kiss.
Later, when Mr. Min asks her about Doo Sik’s secret, she lies and pretends to not know anything but he knows everything due to the cameras installed. His plan is succeeding. Doo Sik is assigned a mission that forces him to leave.
On the other hand, the North Korean President’s death creates chaos. Amidst everything, Doo Sik returns for Mi Hyun who was waiting for him. Although it can prove fatal for him, he is back for his love. Mi Hyun is upset about him risking it all for her. They share a passionate kiss before black ops arrest him.
Moving Episodes 10 and 11 Preview and Spoilers
In the next episodes, Doo Sik will be interrogated for his breach against the agency. Mi Hyun will be waiting for him so he might escape with all his might and super power. Joo Won, Hee Soo’s father, might also appear in the picture to rescue his friend.
Doo Sik and Bong Seok may get to know about their fathers. It is going to be an episode of revelation as we might finally get to know why all the people with special powers chose to live a life undercover.
Moving Episodes 10 & 11 Release Date
Episodes of the K-drama Moving are aired every Wednesday. Moving episodes 10 and 11 will be released on Wednesday, 23 August 2023 at 4:00 PM KST. For other regions:
- Pacific Standard Time (Canada): 12:00 AM(23 August 2023)
- Central Standard Time (US): 2:00 AM(23 August 2023)
- Eastern Standard Time (Mexico): 3:00 AM (23 August 2023)
- Greenwich Mean Time (UK): 7:00 AM (23 August 2023)
- Indian Standard Time (India): 12:30 PM (23 August 2023)
- China Standard Time (China): 3:00 PM (23 August 2023)
- Japan Standard Time (Japan): 4:00 PM(23 August 2023)
- Australian Central Daylight Time (Australia): 4:30 PM (23 August 2023)
Watch Moving Episodes 10 and 11: Streaming Guide
South Korean audiences can enjoy the K-drama moving on the streaming platform Disney+. The same goes for the international audience. For viewers from certain areas, the platform Hulu will also be providing the episodes. English subtitles will be up on both platforms so you don’t have to worry about the language barrier.
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