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Disney+’s ‘Moving’ Finalist for Best Foreign Language Drama at Critics Choice

Disney+’s original series ‘Moving’ has once again garnered global attention by becoming a finalist for Best Foreign Language Drama at the 29th Critics Choice Awards.

Hosted by the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA), the Critics Choice Awards annually celebrate outstanding achievements in film and television, attracting worldwide attention. ‘Moving’ has created a buzz globally, earning recognition at the 2023 Asia Contents Awards & Global OTT Awards, where it won Best Creative and Best Digital VFX Work.

‘Moving’ is recognized globally, won multiple awards including Best Creative.

Additionally, it garnered awards for Writer (Kang Full), Best Actor (Ryu Seung-ryong), and Best New Actor and Actress (Lee Jung-ha, Go Yoon Jung) at the 59th Grand Bell Awards. The series’ success at international award ceremonies further cements the stature of Korean content, following the footsteps of acclaimed predecessors like ‘Squid Game’ and ‘Pachinko.’

Renowned for its deep character narratives, thrilling action, and heartwarming humanism, ‘Moving’ tells the tale of children with secret superpowers and the intertwined, painful pasts of their parents. It has been lauded for its emotionally gripping storytelling and consistently engaging plot.

The series is praised for deep character narratives and thrilling action scenes.

As Forbes observes, “‘Moving’ is a powerful emotional narrative with a compelling storyline that maintains interest.” Variety also recognizes it as another major success from Asia, following ‘Squid Game.’ With its growing list of accolades, ‘Moving’ has shone the international spotlight on South Korea.

The series has created a worldwide phenomenon known as the ‘Moving Syndrome.’ Its recognition at the Critics Choice Awards is another testament to its impact. Fans and critics alike are eagerly watching as ‘Moving’ continues to gain acclaim and accolades on the global stage.

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