BTS Universe comes to life in “Begins Youth” drama series

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The rich and intricate narrative of the BTS Universe (BU) is set to be brought to life in the upcoming live-action drama series, “Begins Youth.” The drama, inspired by BTS’ fictional story, recently released its trailer, offering a tantalizing glimpse into the interconnected lives of its characters. The series promises to delve into the complexities of friendship, struggles, and self-discovery.

Trailer Insights: Unraveling Kim Hwan’s Journey

The trailer introduces Kim Hwan, portrayed by Seo Ji Hoon, the son of a politician seeking to carve his own path separate from his father’s shadow. As he transfers to a new school, Kim Hwan encounters six diverse students, each grappling with their own hardships. Cein, played by Ro Jong Hyun (inspired by Min Yoon Gi or SUGA), is accused of a grave crime, facing abuse and resentment. Hosu, played by Ahn Jo Ho (inspired by Jung Ho Seok or J-Hope), finds solace with his friends after being abandoned as a child.

Diverse Characters, Shared Struggles

The characters in “Begins Youth” each carry their unique burdens. Dogeon, portrayed by Seo Young Joo (inspired by Kim Nam Joon or RM), hails from a challenging background that has left him pessimistic. Haru, played by Kim Yoon Woo (inspired by Park Jimin), harbors a secret that haunts him. Jooan, portrayed by Jung Woo Jin (inspired by Kim Tae Hyung or V), faces the challenges of a broken family and an abusive father. Jeha, played by Jeon Jin Seo (inspired by Jeon Jun010gkook), is a troubled youth in need of help.

Kim Hwan’s Quest to Save His Friends

The narrative revolves around Kim Hwan’s journey to save his newfound friends, each dealing with their share of hardships. The drama is poised to explore themes of friendship, resilience, and the pursuit of identity, echoing the emotional depth embedded in the original BTS Universe.

A Talented Cast Embraces BTS Universe Characters

The cast of “Begins Youth” includes Seo Ji Hoon as Kim Hwan, Ro Jong Hyun as Cein (SUGA), Ahn Jo Ho as Hosu (J-Hope), Seo Young Joo as Dogeon (RM), Kim Yoon Woo as Haru (Jimin), Jung Woo Jin as Jooan (V), and Jeon Jin Seo as Jeha (Jungkook). The actors are set to embody the essence of BTS Universe characters, adding a layer of authenticity to the live-action adaptation.

As “Begins Youth” prepares to captivate audiences with its exploration of the BTS Universe, fans eagerly anticipate the unveiling of this new chapter in the beloved narrative. The drama is poised to offer a fresh perspective on the fictional world that has resonated deeply with BTS fans worldwide.