It is an original Netflix drama released on May 14, 2021, and is based on Kim Sae-byeol and Jeon Ae-won's essay, "The Things Left After Leaving" The drama tells the story of Sang-gu, who just got out of prison, becoming the guardian of his nephew Gru with Asperger syndrome and running a keepsake organizing company "Move to Heaven."
Since its release on the 14th, foreign media have received positive reviews. The entertainment and popular culture site Desider said, "It's not just a story about a unique profession, but a work that shows respect for those who left and those with Asperger syndrome."
NME, a world-renowned media specializing in pop culture, said, "It fills viewers' hearts with heartwarming hopes by drawing various aspects of life that have not been dealt with so far," and gave them a perfect score of 5 stars, considering Move to Heaven as "the best work of the year."
Inspired by Kim Sae-byeol's non-fiction essay "Things Left After Leaving," the first generation of domestic keepsake organizers, Kim Sung-ho of "The Perfect Way to Steal Dogs" and Yoon Ji-ryeon of "Angel Eyes" met to tell various stories left by those who passed away. Lee Je-hoon, Tang Jun-sang, Hong Seung-hee, and special characters Ji Jin-hee and Lee Jae-wook were also expected to perform with sincere acting.
Move to Heaven was released on Netflix on the 14th.