BTS will break the fourth wall with J-Hope and Suga taking their solo stories to the silver screen
BTS fans, get ready to experience the journey of two of your favorite members on the big screen. J-Hope and Suga’s solo documentary will hit theaters internationally on June 17 to mark the 10th anniversary of BTS’ debut.
J-Hope in the Box takes fans behind the scenes of the making of J-Hope’s debut solo album, Jack in the Box, and captures his historic headlining performance at Lollapalooza. Meanwhile, Suga: Road to D-Day follows Suga’s journey as he travels the world in search of inspiration for his solo album D-Day, released under his own name and the alternate moniker August D. Is.
For J-Hope, going solo was a momentous opportunity that came with its own set of challenges. He shared with Rolling Stone, “Since I’m the first one to go solo, I feel a sense of responsibility and definitely some pressure.” “This album is really meaningful to me, and mostly, I feel proud and excited.”
For Suga, his solo journey has allowed him to explore heavier themes through his August D moniker. “The stories I have to tell as August D are heavier than Suga’s, okay? I don’t have enough energy left to keep telling those heavier stories because I poured my soul into this album,” They said.
Both documentaries were originally released on Disney+ and Weverse, and now fans can see them in theaters around the world. Don’t miss your chance to experience J-Hope and Suga’s musical journey in a whole new way.