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Here’s All The BTS Documentaries And How You Can Watch Them

Here’s All The BTS Documentaries And How You Can Watch Them

The past decade has been one incredible journey for BTS. The septet have sought out to do and achieve so much since day one, and lucky for ARMY, their 10+ year career is well documented. Whether you’re new in Boraland and curious to learn more or just looking for some nostalgic memories to relive, we’ve listed all the BTS documentaries and how you can watch every single one.

Burn The Stage: The Movie

Released in 2018, Burn The Stage: The Movie is the first movie from BTS, following the band behind the scenes of the BTS WINGS Tour as it uncovers the story of their rising success and international fame. Go back in time to 2017 to see the fresh-faced Bangtan Boys at the start of their world domination, blissfully unaware of what the future will hold for them. The nostalgia is real, and if you’re going to binge the documentaries, where better to begin than at the beginning?

Where to watch: Available on YouTube Premium

Bring The Soul: The Movie

Bring The Soul: The Movie takes place on a rooftop in Paris at the end of the Love Yourself World Tour in 2018 where the BTS members share a conversation, sharing stories of their experiences in new cities and performing to ARMY around the world. And, of course, what would a BTS documentary be without star-studded live performance clips from the tour?

Where to watch: Bring The Soul: The Movie is currently available on Netflix in some countries but not globally. Alternatively, it’s available on Weverse as a VOD

Bring The Soul: Docu-Series

The third in BTS documentaries is Bring The Soul: Docu-Series, which sees an up close and personal look at each of the members as they share their individual untold stories for the first time on camera for ARMY in a six-part series. The members get very candid as they share a more personal side, unveiling their fears, hopes, dreams, and concerns. We loved getting to know the members on a more in-depth level and learning about them as individuals.

Where to watch: Available on Weverse as a VOD

Break The Silence: The Docu-Series

2020 was a tough year, but BTS kept us occupied with tons of content, including another installment to the BTS documentaries. Break The Silence: The Docu-Series is a seven-episode series that follows the 351-day journey from the LOVE YOURSELF Tour to the LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF Tour. We get a close look at the memorable moments between BTS and ARMY as the members embark on their first stadium world tour. We also get more candid tales from the members, discussing their tight-knit relationships and what keeps their strong bond with each other both professionally and personally.

Where to watch: Available on Weverse as a VOD

Break The Silence: The Movie PERSONA

Shortly after the docu-series, Break The Silence: The Movie PERSONA was released in cinemas. As the LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF tour comes to an end, Break The Silence: The Movie PERSONA reminisces on memories of the tour with stops in major cities all across the globe. We also get to see how each member separates themselves personally from their stage personas, giving us a look at the more vulnerable and emotional side of each of them.

Where to watch: Available on Weverse as a VOD

j-hope IN THE BOX

As the first member to officially go solo amidst the BTS hiatus until 2025, j-hope was naturally the first member to drop his own solo documentary. j-hope IN THE BOX gives us a behind-the-scenes look leading up to his debut solo album, Jack In The Box that dropped in 2022, while also giving us a backstage pass to the production of his incredible headline performance at Lollapalooza.

Where to watch: Available on Disney+

SUGA: Road to D-DAY

Hot on the heels of his debut studio album, D-DAY, SUGA released his documentary, SUGA: Road to D-DAY. The documentary follows SUGA as he searches the world for inspiration for his upcoming record. We get to see a more intimate side of the rapper and producer as well as a closer look at how he works behind the studio door. We’re also treated to special live performances from tracks off of D-DAY.

Where to watch: Available on Disney+

Jimin’s Production Diary

Jimin’s Production Diary is a raw documentation of the production of Jimin‘s debut solo album, FACE, which dropped in Spring 2023. The documentary covers the entire process from the early beginnings, Jimin’s continuous grind and need for perfection, right up to the album’s release and final thoughts. We get to see what Jimin is like on the production side of album making and what inspired different elements of the album.

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Where to watch: Available on Weverse as a VOD

BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star

BTS Monuments: Beyond The Stars is the latest Docu-Series that’s being released as part of BTS’s 10 year anniversary celebrations. The eight-episode series will reveal never-before-seen interviews and exclusive clips as we travel through the decade-long journey that brought us the BTS we know and love today. Starting from December 20th, two episodes will be released every Wednesday with key moments from over the years, including debut preparations, winning best new artist at the 2013 Melon Music Awards, the struggles faced during the Danger era, their American debut, and speaking at the UN.

We’ll also see some very personal moments such as their initial thoughts when first meeting one another, their initial contract renewal, the struggles of COVID’s isolation, as well as j-hope’s surprise birthday party and Jungkook’s high school graduation ceremony. This is said to be the most in-depth and revealing docu-series to date, and we can hardly wait!

Where to watch: two episodes will release every week on Disney+, starting December 20th

Are you excited for BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star? What’s been your favorite out of the BTS documentaries so far? Let us know down in the comments below or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP! You can also hit us up on Facebook and Instagram or come join The Hive!

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