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Disney plans to feature K-pop band BTS in a documentary series

Disney plans to feature K-pop band BTS in a documentary series

Disney said the documentary would be released globally on its streaming services

Walt Disney announced that it plans to bring a documentary series and concert featuring K-pop band BTS to its streaming platform. The series, which will debut next year, will include the music and footage of the famous South Korean group BTS. The show called "BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star" will showcase the daily lives, thoughts, and plans of the group members. Last month, BTS announced the band was taking a break while members worked on solo projects.

Disney said the documentary would be released globally on its streaming services, including on Disney+. Its other streaming platforms include Hulu and Disney+Hotstar. The company did not say which services would carry the documentary in which markets. The agreement with BTS management company HYBE also allows for Disney to run a recording of a stadium concert in Los Angeles in November 2021, the group's first performance before fans after a two-year interruption forced by the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the deal includes a reality show called "In the Soop: Friendcation" featuring V from BTS, "Itaewon Class" TV star Seo-jun Park, and "Parasite" movie actor Woo-shik Choi, singer and actor Hyung-sik Park, and rapper Peakboy.

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