Fri. Apr 26th, 2019

People’s Choice Awards leaves the rest behind

People's Choice Awards leaves the rest behind

People’s Choice Awards leaves the rest behind. If you always wanted to get close and personally with a certain super hot K-Pop band, now you have a chance, guys. Because his seven favorite members of the boys group, Jungkook,

E! People's Choice Awards

E! People’s Choice Awards

Jimin, V, Suga, RM, Jin and J-Hope, will make their big-screen debut. That’s right, there is an official BTS movie. And this is happening soon. The in-depth documentary, which was filmed during the 2017 Live Trilogy series Tridogy: The Wings Tour, will premiere on October 15 at selected theaters across the country, so get ready to see your idols Burn The Stage.



And yes, this is the name of the movie.
Burn the Stage: The Movie was directed by Park Jun Foo and was created from a pre-existing YouTube series with the same name that was launched in March 2017. Fans will not only be able to see images of the BTS world tour, where They performed their second studio album, Wings, in 40 concerts in 19 cities in 12 countries, in front of more than 550,000 fans, but there will also be many behind the scenes events of the tour. in which the K-pop guys participate during their most revealing moments, as well as completely new and never-before-seen interviews from members of RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook.

It’s so good, right? I mean, you can almost hear the thrill of the crowd when the guys make this last reverence on stage. So go ahead, inflate this child, print it and hang it on the wall, if that is what your boat is floating on.

I will not judge like that. Because BTS, which, incidentally, is behind Bangtan Sonyeondan or “Beyond the Scene”, obviously captures the world, and we should all be the ones who lean towards them.

I mean, the band released their debut album in 2014, and since then it has grown rapidly. They did two world tours and released a lot of incredibly successful albums: including Love Yourself:

Tear (which became the first K-Pop album, which became the first number on the Billboard 200 album list) and Love Yourself : Answer (his second album on the top parts of the 200th card).