Some Hulu viewers have reported a frustrating issue with episode 12 of ‘Moving’ where the subtitles are inexplicably missing.
‘Moving’ is a Korean drama that has been making waves for its unique storyline and exceptional performances. It’s about a team of spies trying to protect their children with superpowers from the government organizations.
So, the excitement among viewers is quite gripping and even more so as they reached episode 12. However, it quickly turned to frustration as they discovered that subtitles were missing from the episode.
Hulu ‘Moving’ subtitles missing from episode 12
@hulu_support korean drama “moving” episode 12 lacks English subtitles. I have checked on multiple devices.
@hulu_support help! There are no subtitles showing up in episode 12 of Moving. I’ve checked the next episodes and they appear. I’ve logged out, and still the same. Any suggestions?
People have expressed their disappointment and urged Hulu to address the issue promptly. Many rely on subtitles to fully enjoy content in languages they may not be fluent in, and ‘Moving’ is no exception.
Some also find it fairly absurd that only subtitles from episode 12 are missing. This merely prevents non-Korean-speaking viewers from comprehending anything and moving forward in the series.
Howdy! I’ve been streaming Moving (무빙) series, and have an CC issue on episode 12. I’ve tried on diff. devices (android, ipad and web) but it seems like nothing is working. I’ve attempted the troubleshooting recomm. on your help page. Maybe it’s something else?
The Hulu team is already aware of the issue in question and is currently investigating. However, there are no details yet on an estimated arrival date for a fix.
At the moment there is no workaround that can help fix the issue. So those affected can only wait for the team to come up with a fix at the earliest.
We will update this story once new events emerge on the matter.
Note: You can also check out our Hulu bugs and issues tracker for more related information.
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