BTS to Star in Three Disney Plus Shows as Part of Hybe Partnership, Tap to know more

Two shows featuring Korean pop icons BTS are set to play on Disney’s international streaming platforms, following a content agreement between The Walt Disney Company Asia Pacific and management group Hybe Corporation.

“This will be the start of a long-term collaboration, where we present worldwide audiences a wide range of Hybe content for fans who love our music and artists,” said Park Ji-won, CEO of Hybe.

The agreement “to showcase creative excellence from South Korea’s music and entertainment industry” includes global distribution of a total of five major titles. To date only three have been disclosed.

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The titles revealed so far are:

BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage – LA:

An exclusive cinematic 4K concert film featuring BTS’ live performance at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., in November 2021. Performing “Butter” and “Permission to Dance,” both No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, this was the first time in two years since the pandemic that the band met fans in person.

 

In the Soup: Friendcation:

An original travel reality show with a star-studded cast including V of BTS, Itaewon Class’ Seo-jun Park, Parasite star Woo-shik Choi, Hyung-sik Park and Peakboy. The show features the five friends venturing on a surprise trip and enjoying a variety of leisure and fun activities.

Check out all the details about the upcoming show here: Teaser for “In The Soop: Friendcation” Released, Check Out Now!

 

BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star:

“This original docu-series follows the incredible journey of 21st century pop icons BTS,” says Disney. “With unprecedented access to a vast library of music and footage over the past nine years, the series will feature the daily lives, thoughts and plans of BTS members, as they prepare for their second chapter.” The show will be available exclusively on Disney’s streaming services in 2023.

Hybe, which was previously known as Big Hit Entertainment, operates a range of music labels. It now created video content, games and original stories. It also has its own platform business, Weverse, focused on global fandom.