New BTS documentary, BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star, on Disney+ from 20 Dec

BTS' upcoming eight-part documentary event, BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star, will dive beneath the surface of the septet.

Ashley Cheah

| November 21, 2023
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BTS. Photo: Press

K-pop supergroup BTS has got another documentary in the making.

BTS’ upcoming eight-part documentary event, which premieres on Disney+ on 20 Dec, will dive beneath the surface of the septet. It will also bring the audience on an emotional 10-year journey from before their debut, to their solo projects.

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The official poster of BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star. Photo: Disney+

The documentary series is all the more meaningful right now since some members are currently serving in the military.

Titled BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star, it will spotlight various key moments in the band’s careers.

Such include how the band came to be and what was it like preparing for their debut back then. There will also be more recent moments like speaking at the UN and performing at the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium and Wembley Stadium.

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BTS covered topics like climate change and COVID-19 at the 76th United Nations General Assembly held in 2021. Photo: BigHit Music/Hybe

Aside from their recounts, the series will reveal more delicate moments too.

According to a media release, the docuseries will feature “highly personal moments from their past”. These include how they felt about meeting each other for the first time and their initial contract renewal process. Like many other artists whose live performances were put off because of COVID-19, BTS will also discuss the difficulties of isolation.

Read more: Jungkook on his debut album Golden: “Everything I felt was compacted into it” 

A total of two episodes will drop on 20 Dec. And the rest will follow in the subsequent weeks to come, with two episodes dropping weekly every Wednesday.

Meanwhile, why not binge on other BTS content like their 4k cinematic concert film BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA (2022)? If you want to find out more about the band, then catch their musical documentary Burn The Stage: The Movie (2018).


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