BTS to reportedly release two-part documentary called 'Break The Silence' and ARMY can't keep calm

The KPop band has released a documentary each year since 2018 with behind-the-scenes footages from their tours and concerts


                            BTS to reportedly release two-part documentary called 'Break The Silence' and ARMY can't keep calm
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The BTS ARMY has speculated that the band is currently in the process of registering the trademarks for a new documentary series, which fans believe will be called 'Break The Silence' and will air in two parts.

Big Hit Entertainment has reportedly filed to register the trademark for two series titled 'Break The Silence: Docu Series 1' and 'Break The Silence: Docu Series 2'. Fans believe this to be a 2020 documentary series.

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This would mark BTS' third solo documentary production following 2018's 'Burn The Stage: The Movie', which focused on the group's 2017 'The Wings Tour' and featured some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. Their other documentary was 2019's 'Bring The Soul: The Movie', which switched back and forth between performances from the 'Love Yourself World Tour' and a rooftop conversation in Paris featuring the BTS members filmed in 2018. Based on this timeline of previous documentary releases, it only seems natural that fans would expect a third series to drop this year.

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BTS have gone all out for their 'Map of the Soul: 7' promotional tour, including a global art project, performances and appearances worldwide. They also released six music videos which range from dance performances, art films to cinematic films featuring biblical references. While the group has kept fans updated with a steady stream of content, including behind-the-scenes videos and photos as well as regular lives, fans are interested in seeing even more unaired footage of the project.

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BTS attends the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

Many who worked on the album with BTS, such as 'Inner Child' co-writers who participated on 'MotS: 7', have spoken about how intense the process of creating for this project was. They said that they found it quite difficult to keep up with BTS and added that they were the "best at what they do".

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Given all the work that went into this album, it is understandable that the ARMY is eager to see what went into creating it. If Big Hit's recent moves are anything to go by, it appears they just might get their wish.