The K-pop band's new eight-episode docuseries will premiere on streaming on Dec. 20
BTS may be on hiatus right now, but they’re keeping the ARMY well-fed.
The K-pop superstars announced on Monday that they’re set to release a special docuseries on Disney+ titled BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star, and it’s coming very soon.
The eight-part series will premiere on streaming on Dec. 20, with two episodes rolling out every Wednesday.
BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star comes as the “Butter” group celebrates 10 years together as a band. According to a press release, the project features all-new interviews with j-hope, SUGA, V, Jimin, Jin, Jungkook and RM and dives into their ascension towards being an international sensation over the past decade, while exploring the challenges they’ve faced along the way.
The hitmakers shared the news of the project by releasing a brief teaser that features all seven members. Although the clip comes in at just 16 seconds, each singer/dancer chimes in about how overcome with emotion they’ve been at times throughout their whirlwind career.
“I felt each and every emotion,” J-Hope, 29, says in the clip, while V, 27, admits to a time he couldn’t stop laughing and Jimin, 28, refers to a moment he started crying. “We did it,” RM, 29, says as the sweet teaser concludes.
In the caption for the teaser, the official synopsis reads: “BTS marks its 10th anniversary as a 21st-century pop icons. Join their journey to the top and beyond.”
The Grammy-nominated group also shared the poster for the project featuring a glowing, white light peeking through their logo to allude to the “raising anticipation around the newly unfolding story of the band,” as described in a press release.
The K-pop idols first launched their career in 2013 with their debut album 2 Cool 4 Skool, and since then they’ve dropped nine studio albums, had six No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, launched their own successful solo careers and ultimately helped to lead the wave of K-pop becoming a global phenomenon.
BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star also hits streaming as the “Dynamite” band is on pause while several members complete their mandatory military service in South Korea. Jin, 30, enlisted in late 2022, followed by J-Hope in April of this year and Suga, 30, in September, making their eventual reunion scheduled for 2025.
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The Disney+ documentary isn’t the only project members of their devoted ARMY fanbase are able to tune into in the meantime.
On Nov. 19, the seven-piece group released the concert film BTS: Yet to Come on Amazon Prime Video. The film captures the stars performing 19 of their biggest hits, including songs like “RUN,” “Mic Drop” and “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment),” before an audience of 50,000 at their October 2022 show at Asiad Main Stadium in Busan, South Korea.
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