Quickly, followers are going to get a glimpse of what makes Okay-pop band BTS tick.
The group would be the topic of a documentary sequence launching on paid streaming service YouTube Crimson, the group’s administration firm BigHit Leisure confirmed on Tuesday.
The eight-episode sequence, entitled “BTS: Burn The Stage,” is slated for a March 28 launch and already, followers are discovering it laborious to include their pleasure.
The docuseries will comply with the band by its 2017 sold-out worldwide “The Wings Tour,” throughout which BTS stopped by 20 cities throughout Asia, South America, and the USA. The movies will delve into the extra private sides of the band members, BigHit Leisure talked about in a press launch, including that they are going to embrace behind-the-scenes interviews and pictures of the band’s performances.
Viewers within the U.S. and Korea are eligible for a particular promotion to look at the sequence and get two months’ price of the platform free fairly than the everyday one-month supply, the press launch talked about.
The discharge of “Burn The Stage” comes after the band’s immense success and swift rise, as BTS not solely constructed fierce fandoms in Asia, but additionally garnered recognition in Western international locations. The band’s achievements have shortly added up and simply this 12 months, the Recording Industry Association of America awarded the Okay-pop group gold certifications for songs “DNA” and “Mic Drop” Remix. Additionally they took residence two IHeartRadio Music Awards final week along with a number of different accolades they’ve earned this 12 months.