The Army is aware that the BTS members are currently focusing on their respective solo activities. There is no denying that the fans of the septet are waiting eagerly to hear more about all the members and their solo music. Now, much to everyone’s excitement, the K-pop group released an announcement video related to their upcoming documentary that is all to be released on Disney+Hotstar.
For the unversed, it is going to be titled BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star. It is supposed to trace the much-loved group’s journey from their debut days in 2013 till recent times.
It’s time for the second chapter.
— Disney+ Singapore (@DisneyPlusSG) November 30, 2022
BTS monuments promo
Currently, the promo video of the documentary is sending the fans into a frenzy. In the video, all the BTS members RM, Jimin, J-hope, Jin, Jungkook, Suga, and V are seen speaking about how the documentary will show some of the most unknown sides to their career journey. It further piqued the Army’s interest as V said, “It will be candid stories.” While the date for the documentary has not been revealed yet, the said announcement has left the fans excited. Apart from the BTS members, J-hope’s solo documentary will also be a part of the series, according to the recently released statement.
For the unversed, the series is supposed to be the third debut of the BTS members on Disney+ Hotstar after a deal between Walt Disney and HYBE.
Music lovers were excited after the premiere of the 2022 MTV European Music Awards on November 13, 2022, in Düsseldorf, Germany. Talking about the BTS members who are currently making headlines owing to their upcoming military enlistment, the group took home the biggest fans award at the ceremony. For the unversed, it marks their fifth consecutive win since the beginning of 2018. It all started with the Best Korean Act Award in 2015 and since then, there is no one stopping the Septet from winning multiple awards at the MTV EMAs every year.
In 2018, the BTS members won the Best Group and Biggest Fans awards at the ceremony. The group then took home the Best Live, the Best Group, and the Biggest Fans awards in 2019. Then again in 2020, they all took home the Best Group, the Best Song, the Best Virtual Live, and the Biggest Fans awards. Last year, in 2021, BTS took four trophies home including the Best K-Pop, Best Pop, Best Group, and Biggest Fans awards.