“Bring The Soul: The Movie,” a documentary featuring the renowned K-pop group BTS, is set to make its debut on the OTT platform Netflix. The Army is super excited as the release date is finally revealed. So, we are here to open the curtains! The date that all of you have been eagerly waiting for is September 10, 2023. While the initial release will be in Latin America, fans across the globe eagerly await updates on potential releases in other regions, including India.
What is in the Movie?
“Bring The Soul: The Movie” was released on August 7, 2019. For the unversed, it was first showcased worldwide in theaters. This captivating documentary later adapted into a docu-series on August 27, 2019, offers an intimate and unfiltered glimpse into the life and journey of BTS during their Love Yourself tour. The movie begins with the climactic final concert of their European tour and is staged on a picturesque Paris rooftop. It also captures the members’ candid experiences, recounting tales of stepping into new cities and performing before immense, adoring audiences.
At its core, the documentary goes beyond the glamour of stardom, allowing viewers to witness BTS as seven individuals navigating an extraordinary world. While sharing meals and stories, the members reveal their genuine selves and bond, offering fans a heartwarming and authentic portrayal. The documentary’s global release is said to have spanned over 110 countries, which itself marks a historic milestone for the Bangtan Boys.
Check out the mesmerizing glimpse of the movie below:
BTS’ Other Documentaries
Have you seen the other documentaries of the Bangtan Boys? Then we highly recommend checking out these ones!
1. Burn the Stage
Premiering on March 28, 2018, “Burn the Stage” introduces an eight-episode docu-series that chronicles BTS’ 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III (Final Chapter): The Wings Tour. The series presents individual member interviews that delve into their lives, musical aspirations, and unwavering passion. In November 2018, a movie adaptation was released, providing a more comprehensive narrative of their musical journey through interviews and unseen Wings tour footage.
2. Break The Silence
Released in two parts, the “Break The Silence” docu-series arrived in May 2020. Covering BTS’ journey from ‘Love Yourself’ to ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ over a 351-day period, the series unveils the intricacies of their extraordinary concerts and the unfolding of their stories. Despite pandemic-related delays, the movie version hit theaters in September 2020, offering fans deeper insights into the ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ tour through exclusive behind-the-scenes content.
3. BTS Yet to Come in Cinemas
Capturing moments during a pivotal time, this concert film and documentary blend BTS’ performances, interactions with the audience, and their journey following their hiatus due to mandatory military service. The film intertwines the release of their anthology album Proof and their poignant free concert in Busan.
4. J-hope IN THE BOX
J-Hope’s solo documentary marked the agency’s initial individual release. Premiering in February, this documentary follows J-Hope’s daily life for 200 days. It encompasses everything from the creation of “Jack In The Box” and a listening party to his preparation and exhilarating appearance on the Lollapalooza stage.
5. SUGA: Road to D-DAY
SUGA’s solo documentary unveils the creative journey behind his solo album “D-DAY.” The documentary showcases his collaborations with global artists and narrates his transformation into a successful solo artist.