Move to Heaven is a Netflix original South Korean television drama directed by Kim Sung-ho and written by Yoon Ji-ryeon. In this Netflix original series, Lee Je-hoon, Tang Joon-sang, Ji Jin-hee, Lee Jae-Wook, and Hong Seung-hee star. The programme stars Geu-RU (Tang Joon-sang), a teenage kid with Autism, and Sang-gu (Lee Je-hoon), his defender.

While working as trauma washers, they uncover undiscovered stories. On May 14, 2021, Netflix released the programme worldwide. Move to Heaven took up three awards at the 3rd Asia Contents Award, including the ‘Best Creative Award.’ If you’re curious about the programme, here’s everything you need to know before viewing.

“Move To Heaven,” a Korean television drama, depicts a heartfelt narrative with a lot of suffering, joy, and closure. The storey opens with a disaster, which sets the tone for the entire drama, which is mostly veiled under brief descriptions of each event of loss and how the heroes help others who have lost a loved one go on.

Those short stories were all different and dealt with a variety of topics, ranging from familial care to abandoned partners. They were beautifully presented and seamlessly interwoven into the main narrative. The soothing tone and fascinating backstories helped the primary characters’ secrets emerge gently but steadily. The performances were precise, moving, and overall engaging. The few people that were picked were likewise well-chosen.

Move to Heaven was motivated by Kim Sae-piece byul’s “Things Left Behind,” written by a “trauma cleanser.” After Geu-father Ru’s (Tang Joon-sang) died unexpectedly, his retired relative Sang-gu (Lee Je-hoon) met with him for the first time.

Sang-gu, as Geu-guardian, Ru’s chooses to assist his nephew in continuing the home trauma washing service “Move to Heaven,” in which they expose hidden facts about the deceased in the course of business. Sang-gu is also trying to keep up with his terrible history with Geu-father Ru’s and the tragic events that landed him in jail.

STREAM IT. Move to Heaven is more than just a one-of-a-kind piece; it also shows the greatest respect for the departed and persons with ASD. It teaches us that life is full of regrets, but that we should make an effort to decrease the number of regrets we have. Learn to value what you have and to consider your normal, healthy existence as a blessing rather than a disadvantage.

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