BTS have released their YouTube Red series BTS: Burn The Stage.
The first two episodes have hit the video sharing site, with the first showing the behind the scenes as they prepare for some huge gigs as part of their Wings tour.
One thing weve learned from the first episode – they eat a LOT of food.
The lads talk the audience though their trials and tribulation -the tiredness, what happens when they lose their passport, when shows dont go to plan – but mostly they show how much fun they have together on the road. They describe their roles within the group, Jin is the big brother, for instance. Suga is the rapper. J-hop is the one who connects them all. Their brotherhood is clear to see.
Episode two, which subscribers have to pay for, follows Junghook as he collapses during their gig in Chile. Hellbent on not letting his fans down as hes not sure when theyll return, he tries to carry on regardless as his exhaustion tries to get the better of him.
His bandmates were left worried as medics were forced to intervene and give him oxygen.
The lads also talk about what they want out of the documentary, letting fans in without showing them everything. They lament over trying to hide their weaknesses and keeping the magic alive while letting fans go behind the scenes.
The documentary delves into their rehearsals, their manic dance routines, and insecurities – as Jimin talks about taking the stage alone.
Fans were left with a mixed bag of emotions from the first two episodes.
burn the stage ep 1 & 2 broke my heart
— jtae (@jvtaehyung_) March 29, 2018
Behind Their Success are hardships.
Behind Those Smiles are tears.
Burn The Stage to Bitchslap Those Salty haters who called Bangtan Sonyeondan untalented, wannabes, attention seekers. first, you don't know what they've been through to call them like that#BurnTheStageIsComing
— kate. (@illegirleu) March 29, 2018
After watching burn the stage, it made me do what things I can't do, and to keep fighting on~ i know, life is hard, but don't give up, stand out and fight. Spread your wings~I LOVE YOU ALL, @BTS_twt THANK YOU. You've all worked hard so much, you deserve much more better.
— 이안 (@eydruuian) March 29, 2018
Now its a tentative wait for the next two episodes!
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