BTS fans have plenty of content to watch on Disney Plus. The streaming service has announced a collaboration with Hybe, BTS’s label, which Disney describes as “five major content titles” on the platform. At least three of those titles are confirmed to feature BTS in some form or the other.
Includes two special projects BTS: Allowed To Dance On Stage – LA4K film of the band’s live performance at Sophie Stadium last November, and BTS Monument: Beyond the StarA documentary about the band, which is said to have “unprecedented access to a vast library of music and footage over the past nine years”.
Coming to Disney Plus too In the Soap: FriendcationA travel reality show starring BTS member V and other entertainers, including parasiteKi Choi Wushik, with whom the singer is famously close. The program will showcase the group “going on an astonishing journey and enjoying a variety of leisure and fun activities,” according to Disney. appears to be a byproduct of the title bts in soup, a two-season reality show that follows BTS on remote holidays. (There is a play on “soup”, which is the Korean word for “one”.)
Disney Plus has been building up its slate of Korean content over the past year, counting titles like white-flowered plant It has one of the most viewed content in Asia-Pacific markets. The company has said that it expects to have “more than 50 APAC originals” flagged off by 2023.