K Pop band BTS' film gets biggest worldwide release

Published: August 9, 2019


Renowned K-pop band BTS recently rolled out its film, Bring The Soul: The Movie. The seven-member boy band, which constitutes of Jimin, Jin, J Hope, Suga, RM, V and Jungkook have a global fan base, most of whom are crazy for their music.

The venture chronicles the experiences of all the troupe members through the medium of their concerts.



According to a Pinkvilla report, Bring The Soul: The Movie is going to be screened in a total number of 110 countries, thereby making a record of the widest ever worldwide release.

The film was released internationally on August 7, 2019 and has already graced Pakistani cinemas too. Earlier, the South Korean band which is also known as the Bangtan Boys, released two films, Burn The Stage: The Movie and Love Yourself in Seoul.



The band which was formed in 2013 has been topping the charts with their musical numbers over the past six years. Their latest album titled Love Yourself: Tear which was released in 2018 topped the Billboard charts in the United States.

Until now, over 2.3 million copies of the album have been sold worldwide which is a clear evidence of the huge fan base the band enjoys world over.

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