Disney has announced a brand new Korean documentary called “NCT 127: The Lost Boys” is going to be coming to Disney+ on August 30th 2023, with the first two episodes, with the last two episodes being released a week later on September 6th 2023.
This new four-part documentary series follows the K-pop boyband as they “take time to pause and reflect on their success”. The Korean pop band features nine members, Taeil, Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Jungwoo, Mark and Haechan, who will open up about their childhoods and feelings about their international success over the course of the series.
With so many band members to cover, each episode of the series will “focus on two-to-three members of the group as they talk about their past”, alongside never-before-seen interviews and exclusive footage.
The “NCT 127: The Lost Boys” documentary is directed by Pak Jayil, who has previously worked on the short “Georgia” and is created by Cho Youngchul (So Not Worth It) and Yim Pilsung (Persona).
This documentary follows the success of many other K-Pop specials featuring BTS, Psy, Blackpink and an upcoming special on Tomorrow X Together. The series has been confirmed for Korea and Japan, but it hasn’t yet been announced for other countries, but the majority of K-Pop specials have had global releases on Disney+ in the past.
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