Bring The Soul premiered globally in theaters on August 7, 2019 ( Image: BTS/X)
BTS ARMY has a reason to celebrate even during the septet's hiatus from group activities due to the members' mandatory military enlistment. Last year, a collaboration between Hybe and Netflix was announced which paved the way for exclusive BTS-related content to premiere on the popular streaming platform. Now, the group's highly anticipated documentary, Bring The Soul is set to make its debut on OTT.
3 things you need to know
BTS' documentary Bring The Soul will begin streaming on September 10. Owing to the collaboration with Netflix, the documentary will be released on the OTT platform. While the initial release will be limited to selected countries, the documentary's arrival on Netflix promises to offer fans worldwide an intimate look into the lives and journey of the beloved boy group. Bring The Soul: The Movie is slated for its first release in Latin America on September 10. Post that, it will begin streaming in other countries including India.
Bring The Soul: The Movie premiered globally in theaters on August 7, 2019. Subsequently, on August 27, 2019, a docu-series based on the movie was unveiled. The documentary delves into the inner workings of BTS' world, offering glimpses of their life, journey, and behind-the-scenes moments during the Love Yourself tour.
(Bring The Soul premiered globally in theaters on August 7, 2019 | Image: BTS/X)
The documentary commences with the finale of their European tour, set atop a Parisian rooftop. Through personal anecdotes and candid stories, the members share their experiences of venturing into uncharted territories, performing in unfamiliar cities, and impressing massive audiences of ARMYs. Upon its initial release, the documentary reached audiences across more than 110 countries.