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J-Hope in the Box is now streaming on Disney+. The documentary, featuring around “200 days” of the BTS rapper’s journey as a solo artist, droppedon the streaming platform on Friday (Feb. 17).
From the recording studio to the stage, J-Hope in the Box showcases private listening sessions a nd footage from Hobi’s headlining set at Lollapalooza last year.
Produced by HYBE, the documentary takes fans inside the “creative process” of J-Hope’s solo album, Jack in the Box.
The BTS ARMY will also see cameos from the K-pop group — comprised of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook.
J-Hope’s documentary is the latest BTS film to drop on Disney+ as part of the “long-term collaboration” between Disney and HYBE. The collab will “present worldwide audiences a wide range of HYBE content for fans who love our music and artists,” HYBE CEO Park Ji-won said in a previous statement, per The Hollywood Reporter.
J-Hope’s Documentary: How to Stream on Disney+
J-Hope in the Box is streaming on Disney+ at no additional cost to subscribers, but you may have to adjust your content rating to stream the film. You can adjust the rating by editing your profile in the Disney+ app or at Disneyplus.com.
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