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Seo Ji Hoon Gives a Glimpse of BTS-inspired K-drama ‘Begins Youth’

Seo Ji Hoon has offered fans an intriguing glimpse behind the scenes of ‘Begins Youth,’ the highly anticipated K-drama inspired by the worldwide phenomenon BTS.

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Seo Ji Hoon Gives a Glimpse of BTS-inspired K-drama ‘Begins Youth’

Seo Ji Hoon, in his role as Kim Hwan, reminiscent of Jin, delighted fans with an exclusive peek at the cast gathering on a beach, enveloped in the golden hues of the sunset, setting the scene for what is sure to be an enthralling series.

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What Is ‘Begins Youth’ All About?

‘Begins Youth’ is a 12-episode South Korean television drama poised to leave a lasting impression in the realm of K-dramas.

Inspired by the acclaimed BTS Universe story, the series features a stellar cast including Noh Jong Hyun, Ahn Ji Ho, Seo Young Joo, Kim Yoon Woo, Jung Woo Jin, and Jeon Jin Seo.

Deeply rooted in the BTS Universe narrative, ‘Begins Youth’ offers a fresh and immersive perspective, promising viewers a journey filled with intrigue and emotion. As anticipation builds for the series premiere, fans eagerly anticipate delving into the world of ‘Begins Youth’ and uncovering the captivating story that lies within.

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The narrative commences with BTS member Jin encountering six other boys, each grappling with their struggles. United by fate, they embark on a transformative journey characterized by growth, camaraderie, and resilience in the face of adversity. As they navigate the complexities of life, they unearth the power of solidarity, ultimately triumphing over their most formidable obstacles.

Explaining The ‘Begins Youth’ Trailer

In the trailer released on November 26, 2023, for ‘Begins Youth,’ viewers were offered a tantalizing glimpse into the lives of its seven characters, portrayed by a talented ensemble cast. Drawing inspiration from BTS’ fictional narrative, the characters are named after the septet’s webtoon 7Fates: CHAKHO, another series produced by HYBE. Actor Seo Ji Hoon embodies Kim Hwan (Jin), Ahn Jo Ho portrays Hosu (J-Hope), and Seo Young Joo takes on the role of Dogeon (RM). Kim Yoon Woo depicts Haru (Jimin), Jung Woo Jin brings to life Jooan (V), Jeon Jin Seo portrays Jeha (Jungkook), and Noh Jong Hyun portrays Cein (SUGA).

When and Where to Watch ‘Begins Youth’?

‘Begins Youth’ will premiere on the innovative OTT platform Xclusive in April. Viewers will have the opportunity to participate in a unique pre-sale event during the month to purchase the entire series. Episodic purchase options will be available starting in May, offering a personalized viewing experience.

Despite initial challenges, including fan concerns over character names, the production team of ‘Begins Youth’ remained dedicated to delivering a top-tier viewing experience. With a powerhouse collaboration between HYBE Labels, Chorokbaem Media, and Finger Labs, the series boasts a stellar production team led by writers Kim Soo Jin and Choi Woo Joo and director Kim Jae Hong.

Anticipated Premiere: ‘Begins Youth’ Inspired by BTS, Explores Teenage Journey

Drama enthusiasts and BTS fans alike are eagerly anticipating the premiere of ‘Begins Youth,’ an upcoming K-drama co-produced by HYBE Labels, Chorokbaem Media, and Finger Labs. Originally scheduled for release in 2020, the series’ launch was subsequently postponed to November 2023. However, its premiere has now been confirmed on Xclusive this April.

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Drawing inspiration from BTS’ ‘The Most Beautiful Moment In Life’ series, ‘Begins Youth’ follows the journey of seven teenagers as they navigate the tumultuous waters of adolescence.

At the core of ‘Youth’ lies the story of Kim Hwan, portrayed by Seo Ji Hoon, whose journey of self-discovery unfolds in the scenic backdrop of Songju-si. Initially met with skepticism and misunderstandings from his peers, Hwan’s narrative takes a transformative turn as he forms deep bonds of friendship with his newfound companions. Together, they navigate the trials and tribulations of youth, confronting familial obligations, loss, poverty, and the complexities of growing up.

Filmed over a year from October 2020 to October 2021, the 12-episode series is divided into three parts. To heighten anticipation further, a pre-sale for the full series will be available for one month in April, offering fans the exclusive opportunity to secure access to the entire season. Following the pre-sale period, ‘Youth’ will be available for individual episode purchase starting in May.

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