10 blazing years of BTS in new Disney+ docuseries ‘BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star’

No group hiatus or member enlistment can separate BTS and their fierce global fanbase, ARMYs.

The K-pop mega-group will give their fans an in-depth, intimate look at their trailblazing 10-year career with the upcoming docuseries BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star.

On 21 November, Disney+ Philippines unveiled the trailer and poster of the docuseries.

“A decade with RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook. Go Behind The Scenes with BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star,” the streaming platform wrote.

The film will delve into the highs and lows of the group’s journey into becoming the world’s biggest boy band, showcasing career milestones such as their debut at the American Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards, their attendance at the UN, their sold-out performances across international stadiums, the creation of their chart-topping hits “Dynamite,” “Butter” and “Permission to Dance” and more.

The docuseries follows the last concert film BTS Yet to Come, which was released last 9 November, and a string of previous concert films, docuseries and variety shows including Burn The Stage (2018), Bring the Soul (2019), BTS In The Soop (2020), BTS: Permission to Dance — LA (2022).

With the group’s temporary hiatus following the military enlistment of Jin, j-hope and Suga, each BTS member has released successful solo music, further solidifying their status in the global music scene. BTS is expected to reunite in 2025.

BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star will exclusively stream on Disney+ on 20 December, with two new episodes dropping every Wednesday.