BTS’ j-hope has an upcoming documentary on Disney+


BTS’ main dancer is having his main character moment as his documentary will air on the streaming platform on February 17.

The feature produced by HYBE aims to show a never-before-seen behind-the-scenes look at the process of making  j-hope’s first solo album ‘Jack In The Box’

True enough, Jung Hoseok, also more commonly known as the ARMYs’ hope, j-hope, is one of the busiest members of BTS post-hiatus. The K-pop supergroup announced the pause of their group endeavors last October to give way to the septet’s military enlistment. First up was eldest member Jin who is now currently fulfilling his service.

Until their group comeback in 2025, the members have been busy either promoting their solo work or resting (which they truly deserve), but j-hope is busy on the grind.

Apart from releasing his first solo album ‘jack in the box‘ the rapper also has his fair share of solo performances including his first Lollapalooza performance which fans are also set to see a closer glimpse of in the upcoming documentary.

As of now, still streaming on Disney+ are other BTS content such as the ‘BTS: PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE LA’ for your dose of OT7 while another BTS member V’s documentary with his friends Park Seojun, Choi Wooshik, Park Hyungsik, and Peakboy titled ‘IN THE SOOP: Friendcation’ are also available on demand.


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