Korean Film ‘The Moon,’ Starring EXO’s D.O., Set to Arrive in India: Release Date, Streaming Details, and More

“EXO’s D.O. Takes Center Stage in Sci-Fi Drama ‘The Moon,’ Poised for Indian Theatrical Release. Get Comprehensive Insights Here.”

"EXO's D.O. in 'The Moon'"
“EXO’s D.O. in ‘The Moon'”


  1. EXO D.O.’s ‘The Moon’ is primed for release in India.
  2. Indian theaters will host the movie starting from September 22nd.

EXO’s D.O. is set to grace the screen in the forthcoming Korean sci-fi creation, “The Moon.” The gripping space survival saga boasts a global theatrical release and stars distinguished Korean actors including Sol Kyung Gu, Park Byung Eun, Jo Han Chul, Kim Hee Ae, and EXO’s D.O.

Release Information for “The Moon”:

This cinematic endeavor delves into the challenges of isolation in space within the context of South Korea’s debut crewed lunar exploration mission. In 2021, the cast lineup, featuring EXO’s D.O., Sol Kyung Gu, and Kim Hee Ae, was confirmed, with filming commencing in the first half of the year. The film premiered in South Korean theaters on August 2, 2023, and has been acquired for distribution across 155 countries, including India. Indian audiences can anticipate its release on September 22.

Plot of “The Moon”:

Directed and penned by Kim Yong-hwa, known for the successful “Along With The Gods” series, “The Moon” recounts the tale of a stranded astronaut and the determined efforts of a man on Earth to rescue him. D.O. takes on the role of Sun Woo, marooned over 384,000 kilometers from Earth due to an unforeseen incident. Sol Kyung Gu embodies Jae Guk, a former space center director initiating a rescue operation. Kim Hee Ae portrays Moon Young, the chief director of the International Space Station.

Immersive Filming Experience:

D.O. shared his immersive experience on set, where the lunar landscape was meticulously crafted, contributing to his authentic portrayal. Sol Kyung Gu emphasized that the film promises an indirect taste of space adventures, with thrilling scenes of moon surface exploration and spacecraft maneuvers.

With its compelling plot and anticipation, “The Moon” garners substantial interest, eagerly awaited by audiences worldwide. Indian viewers can catch this space saga in theaters starting September 22.

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