Tickets for Hong Kong cinematic screenings of two solo documentaries of BTS members J-Hope and Suga went on sale at 7am HKT on May 17. The two documentaries – j-hope In The Box and Suga: Road to D-Day – will be screened at theatres across Hong Kong on June 17 and 18. Each ticket is priced at HK$140.

The following 11 theatres will screen the documentaries:

  • PALACE ifc, Central
  • Premiere Elements, West Kowloon
  • MOViE MOViE Pacific Place, Admiralty
  • MCL K11 Arthouse, Tsim Sha Tsui
  • The Sky, Mong Kok
  • Golden Harvest V Walk, Sham Shui Po
  • GH MegaBox, Kowloon Bay
  • MOViE MOViE Cityplaza, Quarry Bay
  • MCL MOVIE TOWN – New Town Plaza, Sha Tin
  • My Cinema YOHO Mall, Yuen Long
  • Golden Harvest StagE, Tuen Mun

The documentaries both originally aired on Disney+, but their cinema screenings coincide with the seven-member band’s 10th anniversary, which is on June 13. Currently, two of the group’s members – J-Hope (born Jung Ho-seok) and Jin (born Kim Seok-jin) – are enlisted in the South Korean military, while the remaining five members are working on their own solo projects before they join the military. The band is expected to make its comeback as a seven-member unit in 2025.

Suga’s documentary chronicles the rapper’s musical journey following his international road trip and gives viewers an insight into his creative process. J-Hope’s documentary is a snapshot of 200 days in his life, the highlights of which are the production of his debut studio album Jack In The Box and his preparation for and appearance at Lollapalooza 2022.

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This is not the first time that BTS has appeared on the big screen in Hong Kong. In February this year, fans of the group got the chance to see Yet To Come in Cinemas, during which they got to watch concert footage from BTS’s last live performance as a group in Busan on October 15, 2022.

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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