3 Sep – While fans worldwide are anticipating the release of BTS' upcoming "Break The Silence: The Movie", fans in their home country South Korea will have to wait a bit more for it since the movie's theatrical release there has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As scheduled by entertainment agency and record label Big Hit Entertainment, the documentary film was originally scheduled to be released globally this 10 September. However, its release in Korea has now been postponed to a yet-to-be-announced date.
According to a report on All Kpop, Big Hit has released an official statement regarding the postponement.
"Currently, the spread of COVID-19 mass infection in the Seoul metropolitan area has led to a temporary delay in the release date of 'Break the Silence: The Movie', which was originally scheduled to be released on September 10.