BTS' 'Bring the Soul: The Movie' trailer features heartwarming footage of band members' lives behind the spotlight

There are some lighthearted moments that the members share as they sit down for a meal and it is fascinating to see them without all the gloss and glamor that comes with being the most popular boy band group of South Korea


                            BTS' 'Bring the Soul: The Movie' trailer features heartwarming footage of band members' lives behind the spotlight

The trailer of BTS' upcoming film 'Bring the Soul: The Movie' was released July 3 and unlike the previous concert movie the band had released in 2018, this movie will add more context to the lives members of one of K-pop's most followed bands lead. There is behind-the-scenes footage as RM, Jimin, Jin, Jungkook, J-Hope, V and Suga get ready to perform on stage.

There are some lighthearted moments that the members share as they sit down for a meal and it is fascinating to see them without all the gloss and glamor that comes with being the most popular boy band group of South Korea. They have touched multiple milestones in the years since they debut in 2013. They have broken multiple Guinness records, Billboard records, topped international charts with every song and album and have taken over the world with their talent.

The film will concentrate on how the band helped fans with its work and in turn, how fans helped the members love themselves. The trailer also features a part of RM's speech from one of his recent concerts at London, where he confessed to fans that they taught him how to love himself. "Love Yourself" as a theme is a very important one for BTS as they had in 2018, released an album with the same title to send a message to fans to let them know it was most important to love oneself. RM's popular United Nations Speech that he gave in September 2018 was also about the same. 



 

In the trailer, we even hear a voiceover of a fan explaining how BTS helped her to move on in life with their music. "Listening to their music helped me move on and realize that I deserve better," said the fan. The movie may also feature fans singing 'Young Forever' at Wembley Stadium in London recently during their world tour. 

The movie is expected to premiere August 7, 2019.

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