Teaser Revealed for ‘BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star’ Ahead of December Premiere


On November 27, fans were thrilled by the release of the second teaser for “BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star,” an eagerly awaited docuseries that delves into the extraordinary 10-year journey of BTS. Set to premiere on December 20 exclusively on Disney+, the teaser offers a sneak peek into the highs and lows experienced by the group throughout their remarkable career.

The 30-second clip takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes journey with BTS members RM, Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, providing glimpses into their camaraderie and moments of relaxation amidst their demanding schedules. Seamlessly transitioning to the electrifying aura of BTS’s powerful stage performances, the teaser highlights the synergy that defines their live shows.

The teaser underscores the importance of teamwork and synergy in BTS’s concert success. The seven members unite on stage, exuding an infectious energy and passion that resonates through their performances. The enthusiastic crowds serve as a testament to the massive global fandom that has accompanied BTS on their awe-inspiring journey.


Accompanying the teaser release was a captivating poster for the docuseries, featuring the iconic BTS logo crafted from shots captured during their concerts. This symbolic representation encapsulates the essence of their musical legacy and celebrates the group’s impactful decade in the global music scene, with the caption “10 years of BTS and beyond.”

Fans are eagerly counting down the days as “BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star” is scheduled to premiere on December 20, with subsequent episodes releasing every Wednesday on Disney+. The docuseries promises an intimate and reflective exploration of BTS’s evolution, offering viewers an emotional journey through the milestones that have shaped their extraordinary career.

In recent updates, BIGHIT MUSIC confirmed on November 22 that RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook have commenced the process of their mandatory military enlistment. Currently, Jin, J-Hope, and SUGA are serving in the military. Jungkook announced on the same day that he would enlist in December, marking a significant moment for the group and their devoted fans.

Moreover, Jungkook and Jimin’s return from Japan has sparked excitement about a potential collaborative project, potentially a travel variety show, hinted at during SUGA’s show, Suchwita. These updates have heightened anticipation among fans, who eagerly await the upcoming docuseries while supporting the individual endeavors of BTS members.