Korean media outlets have reported that BTS, the South Korean sensation, will be releasing a new documentary on Disney+ in the second half of the year. Titled BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star, this documentary will join the group’s previous releases, such as Burn the Stage: The Movie, Bring the Soul: The Movie, Break the Silence: The Movie, and solo projects like SUGA: Road to D-DAY and J-Hope IN THE BOX.
Anticipation for BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star
Fans have eagerly awaited the release of BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star, despite the documentary’s expected release being a couple of months away. The interest among fans is already high as they anticipate another deep and honest look into the lives of RM, Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. Through their music and various videos, the documentary aims to showcase the daily lives and future plans of the members as they prepare for the next phase of their careers.
Korean Titles Coming in the Second Half of 2023
While the exact release date and duration of BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star are currently unknown, fans speculate that it will offer several hours of captivating content chronicling the group’s musical journey and their hard work behind the scenes. In addition to the BTS documentary, Disney+ has planned the release of other Korean titles for the remainder of the year, including shows like Moving starring Han Hyo Joo, Vigilante led by Nam Joo Hyuk, The Worst of Evil featuring Ji Chang Wook and Wi Ha Joon, NCT 127: The Lost Boys, Soundtrack #2, and Shadow Detective season 2.
Continued Global Interest from BTS Fans
BTS fans, known as ARMY, have consistently shown their global interest in consuming any content related to the group. This enthusiasm is expected to continue throughout the year as fans eagerly anticipate the release of BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star and engage with the various other Korean titles planned for release on Disney+.
Who is BTS?
BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a globally renowned South Korean boy band formed by Big Hit Entertainment. The group consists of seven members: RM, Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.
Debuting in 2013, BTS quickly gained popularity for its energetic performances, meaningful lyrics, and relatable personalities. They have since become one of the biggest musical acts in the world, breaking numerous records and amassing a massive fanbase known as the BTS ARMY.
BTS’s music encompasses various genres, including K-pop, hip-hop, pop, and R&B. Their discography is characterized by a diverse range of themes, addressing social issues, mental health, personal growth, and self-love.