From variety show appearances and music show comebacks to reality shows and more, K-Pop idols are always busy filming content. When it comes to their showcasing their charms, K-Pop idols leave nothing to the imagination, so it’s understandable fans want to see more of what happens behind the scenes.
Luckily, camera crews have been rolling on our favorite groups for years. Out of those endless hours of footage, here are six documentaries to watch.
BTS: Burn the Stage
Burn the Stage follows BTS’ 2017 sold out world tour, The WINGS Tour. The documentary gives us an intimate look behind the scenes of their 300 day-long concert series. Both the movie and docuseries are available on YouTube.
Watch episode one of the docuseries: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6zWwAoEi_w&t=11s
EXO Tourgram follows EXO on the North American leg of their 2017 world tour. From packing for the tour and trying out American food to renting a convertible and more, the documentary is a fun insight into the members of EXO.
Check out the series: https://www.vlive.tv/product/ds00u00u00000046
TWICE: Seize the Light
Seize the Light gives fans an all-access pass to TWICE’s experience on their first world tour, “TWICELIGHTS, in 2019. It also deep dives into their journey from trainees to superstars with never-before-scene footage.
Watch the nine-episode docuseries: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEtUkIDqbog
BIGBANG Made: The Movie
Following BIGBANG’s four-year hiatus, the group embarked on a comeback world tour for the ages. The documentary offers an intimate look at the members beyond the spotlight during their 2015 tour and beyond.
Get to know BIGBANG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xI1QEMLyjgk
SEVENTEEN: Hit the Road
Hit the Road is a detailed preview of the ups and downs faced throughout SEVENTEEN’s early career. With a raw look at their love for one another, their fans, and day-to-day lives during their 2019 World Tour.
Check out the series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xT8SUuj3N3w
BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky
Light Up The Sky gives fans a look into the daily lives of BLACKPINK. From trainee days and their 2016 debut to performing at Coachchella and more, the documentary showcases the trials and tribulations of K-Pop’s biggest girl group in their own words.
Watch the documentary on Netflix.
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