BTS, Super Junior, NCT… Disney+ to release K-pop documentaries in 2023

Two documentary projects about BTS as a whole and J-Hope as a soloist have been announced by Disney. 

On November 30th, the Disney Content Showcase 2022 was held at the Marina Bay Sands Convention Center in Singapore. At the APAC Showcase, Disney introduced more than 50 films scheduled for theatrical release and streaming content in 2023 to over 400 international media and partners.


As stated by Jessica Kam-Engle, head of content and development for the Asia-Pacific region of The Walt Disney Company, the “K-pop expansion” route at Disney is clear. K-pop accounts for a large portion in Disney’s lineup of releases for next year.

On this day, Disney Asia Pacific announced the production of “BTS Monuments: BEYOND THE STAR” along with BTS J-Hope’s documentary “J-Hope Solo Documentary” (tentative title).

BTS’s documentary will tell BTS’s growth process and honest stories, depict the group’s journey filled with their blood, sweat, and tears. The release date is undecided.

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It was also announced at the showcase that the production of “Super Junior: The Last Man Standing” and “The Lost Boys” (tentative title), which depicts the overseas tour process and growth story of NCT 127, will be released exclusively through Disney+.

The Walt Disney Company is an entertainment company founded in 1923. It owns National Geographic, FX Networks, and The Simpsons, and has acquired Pixar, Marvel, ABC, ESPN, Lucasfilm, and 21st Century Fox. In celebration of the 100th anniversary, Disney’s Asia-Pacific showcase was held in Singapore.

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Source: Daum

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