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BTS: K-Pop band's concert, documentary series to stream on Disney+; signs a three project deal

As the band is gearing up for their next chapter, the series will showcase their daily lives and more.

BTS: K-Pop band's concert, documentary series to stream on Disney+; signs a three project deal
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Last Updated: 08.17 AM, Jul 12, 2022

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A concert featuring the K-pop band BTS and a documentary series will be available on the Disney+ streaming service, according to a contract that Walt Disney Co. announced on Monday.

The South Korean group's music and recent video footage will be featured in the Disney+ series, which will make its debut the following year. According to a release from Disney, it will feature the daily lives, ideas, and goals of the group's members as they prepare for their second chapter, which is titled BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star.

BTS stated last month that the group would be taking a break while its members concentrate on solo projects.

Following a two-year hiatus brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, BTS will perform in front of fans for the first time in November 2021 at a stadium event in Los Angeles thanks to Disney's arrangement with BTS's management company, HYBE.

The agreement also includes a reality show called In the Soop: Friendcation that will star V from BTS, Seo-jun Park from Itaewon Class TV, Woo-shik Choi from Parasite, Hyung-sik Park, a singer and actor, and rapper Peakboy.

According to Disney, the show would follow the five buddies as they go on a surprise vacation and take part in a number of entertaining activities.

According to the statement, over the next few years, Disney will also release new content from additional HYBE artists.

Meanwhile, in June this year, speaking at the group's foundation anniversary dinner's annual FESTA dinner, band member RM revealed he had been feeling the desire to develop his own work without the regular recording and performance demands of BTS.

RM stated as he sat at a table with his other bandmates, numbering six, that K-pop and the entire idol system are problematic because they don't allow one enough time to develop. One must continue to create music and take action.

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