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(879) 8.9 112 min 2018

BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul is a movie starring BTS, Jin, and Ho-seok Jung. A concert film by South Korean group BTS. The movie takes place during the August 25 and 26, 2018 shows of their Love Yourself Tour at Seoul...

BTS, Jungkook, Ho-seok Jung, Jin
Music, Documentary

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Music, Documentary
Stars BTS, Jungkook, Ho-seok Jung, Jin
Country South Korea
Also Known As Love Yourself in Seoul, BTS Love Yourself Tour in Seoul, BTS World Tour LOVE YOURSELF in Seoul, Concierto: BTS World Tour Love Yourself in Seoul, BTS World Tour Love Yourself In Seoul, BTS World Tour Love Yourself in Seoul
Runtime 1H 52M
Description A concert film by South Korean group BTS. The movie takes place during the August 25 and 26, 2018 shows of their Love Yourself Tour at Seoul Olympic Stadium.

Top reviews

Friday, 10 Jul 2020 01:03

There are just few short interviews in this, which were very informative, most of them were not made for the Q&A session, but instead it was a short special featuring different BTS members, there are some new interviews with them as well, and it features a lot of new material, including their music video for "I Need U". With a lot of high profile celebrities including Big Bang's BTS member, they also interviewed other celebrities including Kim Joon-kook, MAMAMOO's Suga, G-Dragon, Oh My Girl's Jina, NCT 127's Jihoon, Psy, Zico, etc, they also interviewed several music video producers including Monster, C-Clan's Benny, ZERO, Big Bang's Yonho, Pink, etc, and it is a very short compilation of interviews, which is very nice but for me is just the beginning of the interview, there is more but for now it is just a short summary. All in all, this is an excellent compilation of interviews which is better than the ones I had in the past, I'm sure there are many people who love BTS and their music and will find it enjoyable. However, I still can't figure out what it's all about and why I even saw this, if I had never heard of BTS or they were not a part of the interviews, I could still find it interesting, but now, it is only a summary and an interview, and that's why it's only 7/10. In my opinion, this is a great compilation of interviews, however, if you are a fan of BTS, you should not overlook this, but if you are not a fan, there is still a good amount of people who will find it interesting. A very good collection of interviews with BTS.
Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 08:14

Music video style approach makes it a very interesting experience and if you are a fan of BTS, then you should definitely see this. There is a lot to take in here and it's a very rewarding experience, for the people watching it. It's a very positive take on the process of their growth and just how much they need to learn to fully express their musical strengths. It is mostly videos of BTS with the song called 'Heart Attack', where they both sing and dance the entire song in front of the camera, which is the same shot used in their previous live video. The raw footage was probably the best part of this film and shows how much effort went into the singing and dancing and how the music and choreography compliments each other. As much as the video was amazing, the entire film was almost painfully slow, which isn't a great thing. I also found it to be really interesting that they showed the progression of their choreography from young to the final performance in Korea, and the varying speeds and styles of their different dances. It was interesting to see how the choreography had to be tweaked so often from one song to another, and also how difficult it was for them to keep up with their technical requirements. There was one part where they had to set up their microphones to make sure they were in sync, as well as how they had to prepare for their live performances in Korea. I don't think it was a bad thing that they did not show these aspects of their career in their video, as I think it is extremely important and also gives you a lot of insight on how they use their idols in the video.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 00:26

This is the first concert since the two groups made their long-awaited comeback in 2014. Although the two groups are no longer in Korea, this documentary does not overlook the three-year gap. Instead, it pays homage to the four men and four women who were the main reasons why they went into the limelight and kept it. The topics include their life in Korea, their experiences abroad, their conversations with their fans, and their partnership with their manager. What makes it more interesting is the extremely emotional relationship between Park Shin Hyeon and Jin-young. Their bond has grown stronger as the years have passed. The audience can sense that they are now closer than ever before. Although there were some changes, they were mainly for the sake of the story. The stage was highly impressive. It was a very intimate stage and it was in a different country. It was truly an awe-inspiring experience. The four boys showed what a concert was about, which is all about the crowd. They showed that even though the audience was smaller than ever, they were still able to gather together and cheer. These four young men were the spark. It is hard to explain to anyone the passion that these four guys had for their music. Their performances were exceptional and that's what made this documentary special. Although it is hard to believe that this is a concert, it is easy to believe that it is real. It is something that fans have not seen before. They had the opportunity to see how the four fell in love with music and became famous. I hope that the fans enjoyed watching this documentary and look forward to seeing them perform at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles. The idea was to keep their music as the main focus and create an entire documentary on the love they shared.

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