BTS documentary to be screened in theaters from Nov. 15

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BTS documentary to be screened in theaters from Nov. 15

The film version of the documentary "BTS: Burn The Stage" will screen at Korean theaters next month. Courtesy of Big Hit Entertainment

By Dong Sun-hwa

"BTS: Burn The Stage," a documentary about K-pop powerhouse BTS, will screen in Korean theaters beginning Nov. 15.

Fans can enjoy the eight-episode series at CGV. It features the group's "2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour," a 300-day world tour of 19 cities. Included are stories of conflict between members and their anguish behind the stage.

The film version runs for about an hour and 25 minutes. It is also set to be screened overseas.

The documentary was played on YouTube Premium, which was YouTube Red, from March to May this year.

BTS has been rewriting the history of K-pop with unprecedented feats. The team's latest album "LOVE YOURSELF 結 'Answer'" topped the Billboard 200 Chart and has remained on it for six consecutive weeks as of Wednesday.

The group also made a three-minute speech at the Trusteeship Council Chamber of the United Nations headquarters in New York on Sept. 24. It was given the Order of Cultural Merit from the Korean government on Tuesday.

The group is currently on a world tour.


The film version of the documentary "BTS: Burn The Stage" will screen at Korean theaters next month. Courtesy of Big Hit Entertainment

By Dong Sun-hwa

"BTS: Burn The Stage," a documentary about K-pop powerhouse BTS, will screen in Korean theaters beginning Nov. 15.

Fans can enjoy the eight-episode series at CGV. It features the group's "2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour," a 300-day world tour of 19 cities. Included are stories of conflict between members and their anguish behind the stage.

The film version runs for about an hour and 25 minutes. It is also set to be screened overseas.

The documentary was played on YouTube Premium, which was YouTube Red, from March to May this year.

BTS has been rewriting the history of K-pop with unprecedented feats. The team's latest album "LOVE YOURSELF 結 'Answer'" topped the Billboard 200 Chart and has remained on it for six consecutive weeks as of Wednesday.

The group also made a three-minute speech at the Trusteeship Council Chamber of the United Nations headquarters in New York on Sept. 24. It was given the Order of Cultural Merit from the Korean government on Tuesday.

The group is currently on a world tour.



Dong Sun-hwa sunhwadong@koreatimes.co.kr
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