Geu Roo is a young autistic man. He works for his father’s business “Move To Heaven.” Their job is to arrange items left by deceased people. One day, Geu Roo's own father dies. Geu Roo is left alone, but his uncle Sang Koo suddenly appears in front of him. Sang Koo is a cold man. He was a martial artist who fought in underground matches. He went to prison because of what happened at his fight. Sang Koo now becomes Geu Roo’s guardian. They run “Move To Heaven” together. (Source: AsianWiki) ~~ Adapted from the nonfiction essay "Things Left Behind" written by professional trauma cleaner Kim Sae Byul. Edit Translation
- Native Title: 무브 투 헤븐: 나는 유품정리사입니다
- Also Known As: Move To Heaven: I Am a Person Who Arranges Articles Left by Deceased , Move to Heaven: I Clean Dead People's Possessions , Move To Heaven: Naneun Yoopoomjungrisaibmida , Mubeu Tu Hebeun: Naneun Yoopoomjungrisaibmida
- Screenwriter: Yoon Ji Ryun
- Director: Kim Sung Ho
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A touching drama criticizing society in the most beautiful wayThis was an emotional ride with every singel emotion known ... I have probably cried every singel type of tear i know of.... so to say I was touched is an understatement.
This drama combines important issues while celebrating peoples life and showing both respect and nuance to peoples death. Every episode has a message and while some kick you making you want to fight back, some will give you hope and others are just sad and that is okay too.
The main story is touching on its own with, trauma, violence, misunderstandings and a whole lot of regret truly has everything and more that one can expect and wish for from this type of drama. I Love the way this drama shows people of different ability as competent humans with emotions deserving respect but also in need of assistance. I also love how this drama tackels prejudice and controversial issues in today's society in an unapologetic yet beautiful way.
I was not annoyed at any one, never had the urge to pause, the humor in it hit just the right spot and all in all I loved it. Yes I did. This does not mean every second was perfect or that every singel actors acting was flawless it just means I liked the way it woke my emotions and made me feel so many different emotions in only 10 episodes.
What also made this drama great was that different episodes where kind of different generas so there was really not time to get bored. Wile some episodes where more emotional, other episodes kept me on my toes, some truly caught me of garde and supersized me and some even made me fall in love... but to be clear the romance truly is kept to a minimum.
This drama also taught me that even dead people communicate, we just have to listen and observe the objects they leave behind and that as long as some one is in your memory you will never be alone... kind of creepy but sweet and comforting.
OMG I LOVE THIS SHOWI don't usually write reviews so I'm not sure how helpful this will be but this was hands down one of the best shows I have seen. If anyone ever asked me to name a show that made me cry the most, it is this show for sure!
It is heartwarming and beautiful.
The actors did a wonderful job with their roles. You could feel their emotions and getting completely absorbed into the drama was very easy.
The story was deep and meaningful and it was executed very well. It delivers a very simple message which most of us might overlook even though it's right in front of us.
And the special appearances never hurt!
I don't mind sitting down to rewatch the drama again right now!