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BTS Monuments Beyond the Star trailer - Documentary set to chronicle the iconic journey of K-Pop sensation

BTS celebrates 10 years with a documentary series showcasing pandemic challenges to pop icon status.

BTS Monuments Beyond the Star trailer - Documentary set to chronicle the iconic journey of K-Pop sensation
BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star

Last Updated: 06.38 PM, Nov 29, 2023


Disney+ Hotstar will soon release a documentary series titled BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star, showcasing the South Korean boy band BTS. Currently, BTS is on sabbatical as they serve their necessary military service. In anticipation of its December 20 debut, the streaming platform released the trailer for the eight-part series on Tuesday. Jungkook, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, and V make up the South Korean boy band.

BTS' journey to pop icon status

On the occasion of the band's 10-year anniversary, a documentary series will be released, showcasing their rise to fame and journey to becoming "pop icons of the 21st century." The video shows how the band overcame the pandemic, how K-pop rose to fame, and the training the members received to become icons.

The concert will provide a glimpse into the members' daily lives and inner thoughts, according to Hype, the record label of BTS. It will also provide a "glimpse into the countless obstacles and challenges the band encountered in reaching their global career-defining milestones." Suga admits, "I was going to run away, for real," while RM says, "We worked our tails off; life was difficult."

Check out the trailer below:


Insights into BTS' daily lives and inner thoughts

The documentary also captures the guys' reactions to having their gigs cancelled because of the pandemic. The most exciting parts of the trailer revolve around the band's stadium tour for Permission to Dance.

After the trailer is released, Jimin, Jung Kook, V, and RM formally begin the process of enlisting in the military.

A few weeks ago, Prime Video released a documentary titled BTS: Yet to Come. In the film, viewers get to take part in this exclusive cinematic cut featuring re-edited and remixed content with RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook. It's a glimpse at BTS: Yet to Come in Busan from fresh perspectives, including close-ups and the complete show. Including the group's most popular songs such as IDOL, Butter, and Dynamite, as well as the debut live performance of Run BTS from their most recent album, Proof.

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