The Netflix release of Bring The Soul by BTS is scheduled on September 10; see more information below.

The opening scene of the documentary is set against a gorgeous Parisian rooftop, which served as the venue for the band’s final concert in Europe. Bring The Soul by BTS ,

For the BTS Army, the wait is finally over as the much-awaited documentary ‘Bring The Soul: The Movie’ is due to debut on Netflix on September 10.

Fans are counting down the days as the documentary offers an intimate look inside the K-pop boyband BTS’s life as they embark on their spectacular “Love Yourself” tour.

Bring The Soul: The Movie, which debuted in theaters on August 7 throughout the globe, provides a remarkable view into the lives of BTS members.

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The scene for the band’s final concert in Europe is set against the gorgeous Parisian rooftop in the opening scene of the documentary.

The seven members of the band share memories of their travels to new locations, their performances in front of large crowds, and the profound effects this experience had on their lives as the documentary progresses.

Over 110 countries have aired the documentary, making it the most widely seen event film premiere in history. It enables fans to view BTS not as superstars but as seven common lads setting off on a remarkable voyage and cherishing the little things like exchanging stories and eating.


The March 28, 2018, release of “Burn the Stage” marked BTS’ entry into the documentary subgenre. The band’s 2017 ‘BTS Live Trilogy Episode III (Final Chapter): The Wings Tour’ is covered in this eight-episode series. The band’s insights on music, life, and their unbridled enthusiasm are revealed throughout the series.

After that, the gripping docuseries “Break the Silence,” which split its story into two parts, premiered in May 2020. The series follows BTS’ development from the spectacular 351-day “Love Yourself” tour to the “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” tour.

In the band’s most recent documentary, “Yet to Come in Cinemas,” touching moments are captured after the news of their break and upcoming military duty. Additionally, the movie explores their anthological record, Proof.”

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