The world-renowned K-pop sensation, BTS, is set to captivate audiences once again with their latest documentary series, “BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star,” premiering exclusively on Disney+ on December 20. This eight-part series promises an intimate look at the band’s illustrious 10-year journey, featuring unprecedented access to personal moments, performances, and behind-the-scenes insights.
In-Depth Exploration of BTS’s Milestones
From their humble beginnings to becoming global superstars, “BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star” chronicles the band’s major milestones. Viewers will get an inside look at the band’s formation, their initial struggles, significant achievements like the 2013 Melon Music Awards, and their groundbreaking appearances at the American Music Awards and the Billboard Music Awards. The series delves into their experiences, from speaking at the UN to electrifying performances at iconic venues like London’s Wembley Stadium.
Exclusive Insights from BTS and Industry Insiders
The series features in-depth interviews with BTS members RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook, as well as insights from HYBE Chairman Bang Si-Hyuk and author Kang Myeongseok. These interviews shed light on personal experiences, including the band’s initial contract renewal process, the impact of COVID-19, and more lighthearted moments such as j-hope’s surprise birthday party and Jung Kook’s high school graduation.
A Glimpse into the Series: Episode Titles Revealed
“BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star” will unfold across eight episodes, each with a unique focus:
- The Beginning
- Pursuit of Happiness
- Begin and Again
- Still Purple
- Promise For Tomorrow
More BTS Content on Disney+
Disney+ is also home to a rich collection of BTS content, including the 4K concert film “BTS: PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LA,” documentaries like “SUGA: Road to D-DAY” and “j-hope IN THE BOX,” and the original travel reality show “IN THE SOOP: Friendcation.”
Joining a Rich Catalog of Korean Content on Disney+
“BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star” is part of Disney+’s extensive catalog of Korean content, including series like “Moving,” “Big Bet,” and variety show “The Zone: Survival Mission.”
Catch the first two episodes of “BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star” on Disney+, starting December 20.