BTS’s Docu-Series ‘Break The Silence’ In The Works; ARMY Can’t Keep Calm
RM Teased the New BTS ‘Break the Silence’ Documentary Yet Again...
K-Pop group BTS is on a high ever since the release of their new album Map of the Soul: 7. It has not only went on to garner much love from the ARMY but also peaked at #1 in the Billboard 200 chart. The title song ON reached #4 in the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Moreover, Map of the Soul: 7 has managed to earn the top spots in the UK, Japan, France, and Germany charts as well! Now as per latest rumour BTS has new docu-series in the works.
BTS fans are into meltdown mode as it emerges the boys have another docu-series in the works called ‘Break The Silence’. Yes, after the Bangtan boys starred in 2019 ‘Bring The Soul’ series that chronicled their journey through the ‘Love Yourself’ world tour, fans have spotted they’ve registered the filming of a brand new one. It could be their journey through ‘Map Of The Soul: 7’.
Big Hit Three Sixty, one of Big Hit Entertainment’s subunit has reportedly filed a request for a project, titled Break The Silence. The screenshot by a Twitter account sees episodes 1 and 2 already being under the process of rating.
브레이크 더 사일런스 : 다큐시리즈 1화 (BREAK THE SILENCE : DOCU SERIES) 등급진행중
— ФИLЧ МФМЄИГ V⁷ (뚜리)🔮 (@ONLY_MOMENT__V) March 10, 2020
According to EliteDaily, 25-year-old BTS member RM let some promising details slip in a live stream after the news broke on March 10. During his VLIVE stream on March 10, though RM didn’t explicitly mention the Break the Silence title, he did admit that he’d just returned from filming something. Fans took this as a confirmation that the group is busy wrapping up the docu-series. Fans are also reporting the same director used for their previous documentaries, Jun-Soo Park, is being enlisted again.
This is how the fans reacted to the news,
bts burn the stage, bring the soul and now break the silence docu series 😭
— 𝐿⁷₁₃ (@stussyjimin) March 10, 2020
2018 : BURN THE STAGE
2019 : BRING THE SOUL
AND NOW, IN 2020 : BREAK THE SILENCE
— 𝐩𝐚𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐠 𝐡𝐚𝐭𝐝𝐨𝐠 ⁷ 🖤 (@tanniekosmossss) March 10, 2020
YES I LOVE THESE DOCU SERIES, they really highlight how hardworking BTS are, the hardships they deal with behind the scenes, it makes you love, appreciate and respect them even more as artists, as humans, I learn so much from them
— Ruqayya⁷ (@BTSInspired_96) March 10, 2020
The Map of the Soul Tour, that was to start from South Korea was cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak. The band, recently dropped European and UK tour dates, again, sending fans into a frenzy. The tickets are all set to go on sale on Friday and the group will play two nights at Twickenham stadium in London.