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5 Reasons to Watch Korean Drama Move To Heaven

Korean Drama Move To Heaven

Korean Drama Move To Heaven – a Korean drama series starring Lee Je hoon and Tang Joo Sang is sure to become one of the favorite shows of many people. Premiere on May 14, 2021, Move To Heaven has many unique, unfamiliar stories.

Here are five reasons why you should immediately experience Move To Heaven’s Hot saga.

A Hot Story

Korean Drama Move To Heaven

Korean Drama Move To Heaven – Raising a story about the trauma eraser profession, Move To Heaven presents many warm and heartwarming stories. From the stories presented, this series invites the audience to be more sensitive and care about the people around them.

Lee Je Hoon admitted, he even shed tears since he first read the script. “It’s amazing how many stories in the script resonate with me even though I haven’t personally experienced them and I can’t stop the tears,” he said.

 

Amazing Acting

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Korean Drama Move To Heaven – Playing the role of Sang Gu, Lee Je Hoon shows off his extraordinary acting skills, where he manages to portray the character as expected. In addition, Tang Joon Sang also won praise for his acting as Geu Ru.

 

New thing

Korean Drama Move To Heaven

Korean Drama Move To Heaven – Move To Heaven promotes the profession of ‘trauma cleaning’, which is unfamiliar in Indonesia. From this series, viewers will not only know about the profession but also be able to take values ​​and lessons from what they do.

 

Asperger’s Syndrome

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Apart from the ‘trauma cleanser’, the series also focuses on Geu Ru’s Asperger syndrome. Although different from most people, Gae Ru can detect traces of stories left on the deceased.

His ability to observe and memory is extraordinary, making Geu Ru so reliable.

 

Consolation

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Regarding the death stories in Move To Heaven, screenwriter Yoon Ji Ryun said that what he created was a form of consolation for those who died in loneliness.

Then director Kim Sung Ho said the series was made to reflect generosity for others and relationships with those around him, which are often neglected in modern society.