BTS, the story of the past 10 years
BTS, the story of the past 10 years
It tells the story of BTS over the past 10 years.

BTS will release episodes 1 and 2 of the documentary 'BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star' on the streaming service Disney+ at 5pm on the 20th (Korean time).

'BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star' is a documentary about the journey of seven boys to become the '21st century pop icon' BTS. The video contains a variety of stories that you cannot take your eyes off, including the great achievements achieved through ceaseless efforts over the past 10 years, moments of fierce challenge, the agony of those hidden behind them, and scenes from everyday life, not from the stage.

Episodes 1 and 2, which will be released on the 20th, cover the process of the seven members debuting as BTS, the regular album 'DARK & WILD' produced in the United States, the 'Hwayangyeonhwa' series, which were loved by many, and episodes of working on several albums, as well as BTS. You can even meet the moments that created various records as a member of the Boy Scouts. Here, the atmosphere of that time is vividly conveyed through interviews in which the members reminisce about important moments.
BTS, the story of the past 10 years
BTS, the story of the past 10 years
First, J-Hope said, “I had a lot of worries while living (as a trainee) for over two years. But the answer came out very clearly. “Going to see only my six friends was, in some ways, the most fateful choice in my life,” he said, adding to the curiosity about his debut story.

Ahead of the solo concert held at KSPO DOME (former Olympic Gymnastics Stadium) in Songpa-gu, Seoul, Jimin said on the day he first heard about the performance, “People are coming? He confessed that he could not hide his surprise, saying, “You can do it for two days?” RM recalled the time when he attended several overseas awards ceremonies and appeared on American television for the first time, and expressed, “It felt like starting over again.”

Behind the scenes of those who made a mark in Korean music history, there were secret growing pains. “From now on, no one really knows this except the seven of us... ” (Suga), “I keep running and walking, but it feels like I don’t know where I’m going” (Jungkook), etc. The members honestly tell the stories hidden behind the glamour.

Prior to the release of the documentary, BTS posted posters for episodes 1 and 2 on their official SNS at 9 a.m. on the 20th. The poster shows the performance of their debut song 'No More Dream' in 2013 and a scene just before winning the first grand prize at 'MAMA' (Mnet Asian Music Awards) in 2016.

Meanwhile, 'BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star' will be released exclusively on Disney+, and a total of 8 episodes will be available over 4 weeks, 2 episodes every Wednesday.

Kim Se-ah, Ten Asia reporter
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