BTS to release documentary series chronicling concert tour

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BTS to release documentary series chronicling concert tour



BTS will release a documentary series, “Break the Silence,” next month, chronicling the band’s globe-trotting 351-day concert journey last year, its management agency said Wednesday.

According to Big Hit Entertainment, the seven-episode series will be unveiled exclusively on Weverse, a mobile application for the BTS fan community, on May 12 at 9 p.m.
After the first two episodes are released that day, each of the remaining five episodes will be available every Tuesday and Thursday through May 28, Big Hit said.
BTS documentary series

BTS documentary series "Break the Silence"

“Break the Silence: Docu-Series” is the third series documenting BTS’s globe-trotting concert journey.
The latest series featured BTS’s previous world tours, “Love Yourself” and “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself,” which kicked off in November 2018 and wrapped up in October last year.
The previous documentary series, “Burn the Stage” and “Bring the Soul,” followed and recorded BTS’s 2017 “Wings Tour” and parts of the “Love Yourself” tour, respectively. They shed light on backstage stories as well as the BTS members’ behind-the-scenes struggles.
“‘Break the Silence: Docu-Series’ will bring to the fore the motive that brought the seven members together, stories about each other and shining moments BTS made with its global fans during the stadium tour,” according to Big Hit.
“It will also provide a glimpse into the humble everyday life of the members behind the stage as well as their heartfelt feelings toward fans,” the company said.

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