Trailer Released for Lee Je-hoon and Tang Jun-sang’s new drama, Move to Heaven
SEOUL, APRIL 26, 2021 - Netflix has released the first official trailer for the heartwarming story of Move to Heaven. The released trailer shows Geu-ru a young man with Asperger's syndrome, and Sang-gu who becomes his guardian overnight, find themselves living together and building an unexpected relationship. When Geu-ru's father, Jung-woo, suddenly passes away, Sang-gu lives with Geu-ru for three months to help with the work of the trauma cleaners, "Move to Heaven". Sang-gu, who is at odds with Geu-ru due to their opposite personalities, gradually finds Geu-ru’s sincerity permeates as they work together on Move to Heaven. Geu-ru and Sang-gu deliver the last stories from the people who have passed away that are left behind, offering with the final words of farewell much comfort and empathy.
Move to Heaven is an inspiring story based on the nonfiction essay “Things Left Behind,” written by Kim Sae-byul, a first-generation trauma cleaner in the nation. Director Kim Sung-ho of How to Steal a Dog and writer Yoon Ji-ryun of Angel Eyes team up to present diverse stories left behind by the deceased, told from the honest and unbiased perspective of Geu-ru who has Asperger syndrome.
Move to Heaven, the inspiring story that will warm viewers’ hearts this spring, will be released on May 14th, only on Netflix.
Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1iSoybV_6o
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