Netflix recently confirmed the casting of Lee Je-hoon (Where Stars Land) and Tang Jun-sang (Crash Landing on You) in the upcoming original drama “Move To Heaven,” which will be inspired by the non-fiction essay “The Things We Leave Behind” written by Kim Sae-byul.
The drama will be about how an ex-convict and his nephew with Asperger’s sydnrome, worked together in running their business of arranging items left behind by recently deceased people. Lee Je-hoon is set to portray the role of Jo Sang-gu, a rude, money-driven martial artist who takes part in underground fights and was imprisoned after his opponent collapsed in one of his matches. He will eventually raise his nephew Gu-ru (to be played by Tang Jun-sang) as his guardian, and together they will run their trauma cleaning business “Move To Heaven,” a company that one can hire to clean up crime scenes and organize the belongings of the deceased.
“Move To Heaven” will be directed by Kim Sung-ho (How to Steal a Dog) and written by Yoon Ji-ryun (Angel Eyes).