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BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul

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...

Other Titles
BTS Love Yourself Tour in Seoul, BTS World Tour Love Yourself In Seoul, 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
Running Time
1 hours 52 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Music
Ho-seok Jung, Jungkook, Jin, BTS
South Korea
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about documentary «BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul» (16)

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How about two women from South Korea who are legends of music and the culture of the country? One is Hallyu idol "TaeTiSeo" (aka The Big Bang Theory's Hallyu, aka Noh), who has won numerous awards and is a member of the biggest hit pop group, "Girls' Generation." The other is J-Hope, the charming Korean-born American boy who co-wrote the musical with Noh. The two are together in Seoul for this year's World Tour. This movie is all about them and their experiences on their tour of South Korea. While in Seoul, they interact with the crowd in their hometown of Seoul, and the two women have to deal with their children. The movie is informative, but I did feel a bit confused when they had to write the script. I did like the editing of the movie, because I felt that it was too short, but I also felt that the two women seemed to have problems relating to one another. There are many moments when they get in the middle of the road and have to jump back and forth, and it's all so unnatural. I feel like this is a theme that is really a problem. The big girl in the movie is really a very good movie. The biggest problem is that they are so focused on the performance. They seem to have made the decision that the biggest story of the movie is the performance. So in the end, I felt that the story just seemed to drag. There are so many other stories that are important in this movie. I thought it was just going to be an okay movie but it turned out to be a very good one. Overall, the movie was okay. It's not a great movie, but it's still good.

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Kathleen Foster

This is a very well-made documentary about the Korean band BTS, whose fans are known as "The One", and their journey to become the world's most successful K-pop group. The story is told in an engaging way, as the group travels throughout Asia to meet fans, perform, and perform. There is a lot of interesting footage of BTS performing, and the film does a great job of showing the different cultures and lifestyles of Asia. The best part is the interviews with the group members, which are very interesting and informative. The movie does a great job of showing the history of the group, and the progression of their fame. I recommend this movie to anyone who loves K-pop or is interested in the world of K-pop.

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Every time I watch a musical I expect to see my favourite musical performers perform, and when I do see them I am generally disappointed, because they have no character or even the appearance of being a concert-goer. For example, at the start of an American Idol audition, the American Idol singer is way too arrogant, arrogant, arrogant, obnoxious and a nasty person. In a place called the Burbank concert centre, they are supposed to look good but are always dressed in a boring-and-appearance-lacking black t-shirt and white sweatpants, or a pair of stiletto heels. In the music festival, they are often looking lost and out of place. They are not acting, they are not playing. In a concert hall, they don't seem to be there for the people they are supposed to be playing for. I remember my first concert, at the age of 8, and being genuinely impressed with the music and the performers. When I saw it again, 12 years later, I thought to myself that this concert was exactly the same. Every single moment, every single piece of music, was the same. It was the same, because it was the same, because it was the same. I started to have a vague memory of my favourite musical performers, and all of a sudden I was watching their performances in their style, and I realised that they had been doing the same stuff for years, and that the movie was a sequel. I realised that I had become a musical-fan-nerd, and I realised that there was no reason to go on, because all the music was the same, and no matter how much I tried, I couldn't get past the awfulness of the acting. I realised that I could not believe that I was watching an English-language musical, and I realised that I had become a musical-fan-nerd, and that I was wasting my time watching the same thing over and over again, because I couldn't stand the acting.

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Henry Pierce

I would not recommend watching this movie if you are looking for an emotional roller coaster. This is a documentary about the boys' experiences in South Korea. The songs are a good introduction to their music. However, it is not necessary to listen to the songs, and the music is not in the movie. The boys are not interviewed. I would recommend this movie for people who are interested in their music. The boys are very talented and their music is very good.

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What an awesome film! Everyone should watch this movie as this is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. Although not in a great way, it does not matter, it's still an amazing film. The story is about a group of young Asian American musicians who are just getting their legs under them after being out of the scene for a while and have to use their experience to make a living. As a musician myself, I can relate to many of the themes and themes this film brings up and it's even kinda nostalgic to see what music used to be. It's really a great watch for people who aren't as familiar with Asian American music and will appreciate the insights that this film brings out about how music is made and how Asian American musicians have really had to adjust to life after being in the scene. I loved seeing these young musicians and their struggles and the whole thing just had me thinking about what I used to be like when I was young and how this group of young musicians and what they are going through now, is similar to what I went through when I was in my twenties. I think this documentary is great because it does a good job of portraying a view of what young musicians are going through, and what they are going through in life. It also makes you wonder how this group of musicians can get by without being famous. The film is well-filmed, informative, and insightful, and all of the actors do a great job. The soundtrack is pretty good and the actors do a good job of playing their characters. I definitely recommend this documentary as well as the songs that they are playing throughout the film.

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Kyle P.

It's true that the first half of this documentary is not entirely enlightening and it gets worse when the rappers and their families start speaking out. That said, I'm pleased that they are doing this, though I felt the film could have been a little more thorough in shedding light on their families and also did not convey their songwriting and lyricism. I'm also glad to see the Los Angeles music scene making a comeback. I think the power of rock-and-roll is that it can bring out the best in people and can make them laugh and feel good about life. That's what I felt in the first half of the film, and it's what I felt in the second half of the film as well. You can also tell that the director is a music fan. So if you're a music fan, I recommend this documentary.

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Marilyn W.

A collaboration between six of the biggest female K-Pop act in Korea, including "Sistar", "Girl's Day", "Exo", "4minute", and "T-ara". This is an outstanding documentary. This was the first of two seasons of this documentary, and it is the most educational of the two. I highly recommend watching it.

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Victoria Robertson

This is a beautifully done documentary about the greatest Korean boyband ever to grace the world. They actually went through a huge cultural shift, became a global sensation, went on to act in major Hollywood films and are still the most successful boyband of all time. This movie is packed with photos and interviews with the band members, the designers of the outfits, the directors and most of all the directors. The movie is so much more than just about a band. It's more than about the Korean culture, it's about the music and more importantly it's about the fans, the boys themselves, the fans and more importantly the fans. If you are a fan of the band, this is a must see. The movie is not just about the band but about the fans, the boys themselves, the fans and more importantly the fans. It is truly a MUST SEE.

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Danielle C.

I have never heard the singles "Love Yourself", "Love Your Heart" and "Love" until I watched this. They were really good songs and both covered the story of depression. The video was well done. I didn't know that even the professional camera work could make me feel like I was really there. And the "dancing" was great. The background score was excellent. As for the songs, they were really catchy. They are in the top five songs that I've heard since I first heard about BTS. The only song I didn't like was "I'm Love". But it was a minor annoyance. Overall, I recommend watching this video for fans of BTS.

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Cheryl M.

After watching the concert on the plane, I wondered what would happen after the concert. The movie takes a short look at that. The movie starts off with a famous quote from a boy. That's right, the boy from "Athens". He says something about being famous on the road and the movie shows how he spends the time traveling. From a young age, he is a trainee. He is brought up in a hard and serious way. The movie shows his journey through his career and his relationship with his family. The movie shows him going through his career and that he has a talent, that he is not used to. After his career ends, he goes to Korea and after seeing the concert, he decides to travel to Seoul. At the airport, he is treated by the director. After he arrives, he meets a girl. That's right, the girl from "The Bachelor". She wants to travel to Korea. That's when the director stops the movie. The movie goes on to show her. The movie ends with a short and bittersweet goodbye. The movie ends with the girl asking to go back to her hometown in Spain. She thanks her father for taking care of her. The movie is short and sweet. There is a lot of social issues that people in Korea have to deal with. The movie has a lot of emotional moments that make you feel. The movie does not talk about the girls' parents or the problems they face. The movie talks about the girls and their life. There are many good points to this movie. I liked the song "Dope" and I liked the part where the director says something about a boy named Dong-bae, and how he uses the word 'dope' a lot. That was funny. The movie is really short and sweet. The music is good and the acting is good. If you watch this movie, I recommend it. It is a movie that I would recommend for people who love music. If you like music, then you might like this movie. This is my first review and I would like to make this movie easier for people who watch this movie. If you have watched the movie, I would like to recommend that you leave a review for the movie on IMDb.

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The Band Takes a Cruise on the Titanic, They've all seen the Titanic on a few occasions, but all of them will probably have some recollection of how it ended. I remember a very intense scene where they are all hugging and hugging and hugging. If you like BTS, you'll probably like this film. It's a good film, and the two acts that it focuses on are very enjoyable. There is a strong emotional connection to the emotional scenes, and there is a lot of inspiration in the musical performances. I'm really glad that BTS has been able to make this film, because it is very entertaining and great music is great, so it's definitely something that I'm going to watch again.

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Carol J.

I was excited to hear that the girls would be in Korea for a 2nd time. But I was a bit disappointed to see that they were here to talk about the day-to-day of the group. Yes, I knew about the initial stage of "BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul" but not much about their actual and current live shows. It's not that I'm not interested in their concerts or in their music, but I just wasn't interested in their life and what it means to them personally. I could only learn a few things about them from this movie but it was still a good way to learn about them. I thought that it was a good way to introduce them to the fans, and it was very interesting. I think that this movie is a very good introduction for the fans to the group and their success in the music industry. I think that it's a great way to help the people understand what makes the girls so special. It was a good choice for the director to focus on these things. For the first time, I felt like I understood who they are. The fans have a chance to understand their thoughts and the heart of the BTS girls. For the BTS girls, it's good to know that they can relate to the fans as well. I think that this is a very good way to show the fans what makes the group so special.

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Cheryl H.

This is a very well put together documentary, from the script and directing, through the amazing visuals and production values to the very real and personal relationship and dedication of all involved in bringing BTS to South Korea. I am a huge fan of BTS, but I didn't feel as much as I did with WINTER. It's so rare to see a documentary where the focus is on both the performer and the audience. I feel like this is the first film that really did that. We get to hear from them, the entire team behind the film, and we get to see them perform for the first time, in Seoul. While this documentary is mostly about them, it is also really about the fans. While this is only the 2nd movie they have ever performed in Korea, there is a story of how a lot of fans felt and supported BTS even though they didn't have a chance to perform. The performances themselves are incredible, and we get to see their influences on the stage, and how they found inspiration from themselves and their fans. The video montages are stunning. I don't think I've ever been as moved by a video montage in a film before, and this movie does it better than most. They are all gorgeous, and they look like the video they are playing back on the computer. We get to see how much of a struggle it is to make a music video, and they even do a scene where they are sitting in the bathtub with two sets of music. Their fans come out and they are in the video making of the bathtub and they start recording themselves singing the song, and it is incredibly exciting and inspiring. You also get to see a scene where they are drinking while they are singing their song, and the camera follows the drinking, and you get to see how they get drunk and how their minds work when they sing. This is a must see. I give this movie a 7/10, and it is amazing. This movie is absolutely fantastic, and I recommend it to any fans of BTS. I can't wait to see this movie in the theaters, and I hope it gets a wide release.

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Jessica F.

This documentary is a bit on the long side. It feels like it would have been a better film if it had been shorter. It is a shame, because this is a great story. It is also a shame that it is only available on DVD. If you are a fan of K-pop, you will enjoy this. If you are not a fan, you may not. If you are a fan, you will enjoy this. If you are not a fan, you will not. It is a great story about the struggle of the BTS fans in South Korea. The music is great, and the visuals are great. The footage is great. The documentary is a great film.

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I've been to Seoul, Korea twice and both times I was blown away by the city. I was excited to see this movie as I have been in Korea. I loved it. The film was great. It is a good representation of the culture. It was well done and I was impressed with the photography. It was a great idea to show the city in the style of a documentary. The music is good. The movie was great. I would recommend it to anyone. I really enjoyed it. It was a good movie and I hope to see it again.

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Vincent C.

The best way to watch this movie is to listen to the voice-overs and how their careers progressed and how they changed their lives. It is a documentary that shows you how their lives are in Korea, and they tell you their stories. The footage of them live is fun, but I didn't really feel the emotions that they showed me. I didn't feel like they had real emotions, so I was just in the movie because it was more fun. I liked the music, and their performances, but they did not show me the real passion that they showed. The best part of the film is the editing, which shows how they look at their careers. There is a little bit of their life where they do not feel a connection to their music. It is just not as clear as it should be. It is the same thing for their life, where they are not in their emotions. The best part of the editing is the footage of them all together, showing you their love. It shows how they try to have that connection, and the bond they have with each other. Overall, it is a nice film to watch, but it is not the best way to watch it. It is like the best way to watch a documentary.