ARMYs, rejoice (and buckle up) because it looks like a new BTS documentary series is headed our way soon.
On March 10, fans on Twitter noted that Big Hit Three Sixty, one of Big Hit’s sub-branches, had reportedly filed a request for a new docu-series. According to the copyright screenshot, episodes one and two are already pending approval from the Korean Music Copyright Association.
A follow up to 2019’s Bring the Soul and 2018’s Burn the Stage, which both first released in theaters as features before getting the series treatment, the new series will reportedly be called Break the Silence — and honestly, just how many BTS acronyms do we think Big Hit already has up its sleeve?
Naming patterns aside, if the title alone is any indication, ARMYs will be in for a revelatory ride. In fact, RM himself might have already teased one of the series’ storylines back in August when he briefly appeared during one of Jimin’s VLIVE live broadcasts while they were on their month-long vacation.
When discussing how they both felt about having such a “long” break, RM might have accidentally revealed some of the docu-series’ upcoming content. “The show isn’t out yet, right? The one where we talk about our vacation?” he let slip, with was met with a dismissive “I don’t know what you’re talking about” from Jimin.
“There are a lot of behind stories but I guess we will be able to share them with you later on,” RM then let out — and this docu-series sure seems like the perfect opportunity to do just so.
Though apart from the title, no more details have emerged regarding the upcoming project, it’s safe to assume Break the Silence will be even more personal and eye-opening than previous docs — especially given the significance behind Map of the Soul: 7 and after RM’s earnest (and emotional) behind the scenes look at the album, which streamed today (March 10) on VLIVE.
A release date has yet to be announced, and given that the boys won’t be headed on tour until later this year, they could very well still be filming. But if the surprise drop of the “Black Swan” music video taught us anything, it's that we should always be alert!
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