Before the pandemic, they were a successful K-pop group BTS He developed what would be one of his most ambitious tours. Love Yourself toured countries in Asia, Europe, the United States and Latin America. The exciting experience of the South Korean group was compiled in the first part of the extensive tour Bring the spirit. the filma documentary that was initially shown in theaters and can now be enjoyed anytime and anywhere thanks to its entry into Netflix.
Bring the spirit It was directed by Jun Soo Park and was the second documentary film created by Big Hit Entertainment (now HYBE) based on the concerts of Boyband Bangtan Sonyeondan (Your name in the original language). camera tracking Jin, RM, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V And Jungkook They use their singing and dancing talents with electrifying renditions of their most popular tunes, but they also show real moments of brotherhood and trust when the stage lights go out.
The day after the final concert of their European tour, on a rooftop in Paris, BTS tell their own stories, from their experiences in new cities to their performances in front of thousands of ARMYs from around the world. A look at BTS’ world off stage, with discussions “The intimate ensemble combined with the tour’s stunning performances is a cinematic event not to be missed.”
The duration of the documentary is 1 hour and 36 minutes. The narration alternates between a conversation by the boy band members and footage from presentations in different cities of the Love Yourself tour. During its international theatrical release in August 2019, the film grossed over $2 million at the box office.
now Netflix becomes a new home for flow To view this address online. These are the premiere times on Saturday, September 10 for various Latin American countries.
Mexico, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Guatemala: 1:00 a.m.
Colombia, Peru, Panama, Ecuador: 2:00 am
Chile, Venezuela, Bolivia and Puerto Rico: 3:00 AM
Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil and Uruguay: 4:00 am
Bring the spirit It’s a release that fans and followers have been anticipating BTS, a band that celebrated a decade of its musical career in 2023; However, the documentary can also be enjoyed by users who are new to the K-pop scene.