BTS, a global phenomenon, will be available on Disney’s worldwide streaming services. Five primary titles have been agreed upon by the management team for the band, Hybe Corporation, and the Walt Disney Company Asia Pacific.
Big Hit Entertainment’s successor, Hybe, revealed on Monday that the two businesses had a contract to “showcase creative genius from South Korea’s music and entertainment sector.” Only three titles have been revealed thus far, one of which is a 4K concert film titled “BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA” that documents BTS’ live performance at the Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles in November 2021.
Since the epidemic, the Korean band hadn’t had the opportunity to meet their fans in person until the show. ‘Butter,’ ‘Fire,’ and other hits were performed by the seven-person group. A behind-the-scenes documentary will be included in the other title.
In accordance with the agreement, Disney Plus will broadcast five new works starring BTS members, at least two of which will include the complete band.
Another upcoming film will follow V and other Korean celebrities on vacation, including Peakboy, Park Hyung-sik, Choi Woo-shik Choi from “Parasite,” Park Seo-jun from “Itaewon Class,” and V. The five buddies will connect while on a surpise vacation in the programme titled “In the Soop: Friendcation.”
BTS, a K-pop group made up of Jin, Suga, RM, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, shocked the world when they revealed they were forgoing group endeavors to concentrate on their individual work.
Rapper J-Hope from BTS was the first member to release a song off this week’s forthcoming album “Jack in The Box.” On the other hand, the 28-year-old actor will play on July 31, with notables like Green Day, The Kid Laroi, Porno for Pyros, Maneskin, Charli XCX, and more, on the festival’s last day.