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BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star Unveils New Teaser Trailer

Disney+ has dropped a brand new teaser trailer for BTS Monuments: Past The Star. The upcoming eight-part documentary collection, scheduled to reach on December 20, will function never-before-seen clips and interviews with the seven members of the South Korean boy band BTS. 

BTS’ “10-year journey and past”

The docuseries will delve into the group’s 10-year journey, from their debut and sold-out concert events to profitable a plethora of awards and their enterprise into worldwide markets. 

BTS Monuments: Past The Star may even function members RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook as they focus on how the group was shaped, their first live performance, their historic debut at some main American awards reveals, and their performances at London’s Wembley Stadium, Rose Bowl Stadium, and extra. 

The upcoming docuseries’ transient synopsis reads as follows: “BTS marks its tenth anniversary as a Twenty first-century pop icon. Be part of their journey to the highest and past.”

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Thought-about one of the crucial profitable South Korean acts, the forthcoming docuseries will spotlight the group’s highs and lows, particularly the struggles throughout the group’s early days. After all, aside from BTS, the docuseries may even function appearances from Bang Si-Hyuk — the chairman of the band’s label — and Past The Story: 10-Yr Report Of BTS creator Kang Myeongseok.

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Past the Scene, merely known as BTS, debuted in 2013 with the album “2 Cool 4 Skool,” that includes their first-ever single “No Extra Dream.” Having received Finest New Artist at South Korea’s Melon Music Awards in 2013, the group went on to win numerous vital accolades all through their decade-long profession. 

A few of their hit songs embody “Boy With Luv,” “My Universe,” “Butter,” “Dynamite,” “Permission To Dance,” and “Life Goes On,” amongst many others. All seven members have additionally pursued solo careers. 

BTS Monuments: Past The Star’s first two episodes, titled “The Starting and Adolescence,” will arrive on December 20, releasing two new episodes Wednesdays on Disney+. 

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