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Ver BTS World Tour 'Love Yourself: Speak Yourself' (The Final) Seoul Live Viewing


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Genres Music
Stars BTS
Country USA
Runtime 3 h 30 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K

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Friday, 03 Apr 2020 11:14

The History of K-pop was one of the most interesting subjects to the world of Korean culture. For many years, K-pop was considered a taboo subject. The Korean government didn't like K-pop so much because of it's religious connotations. Now, however, with the rise of K-pop and a lot of the world's attention, it is considered a healthy subject. This is one of those films where you are compelled to watch it. The History of K-pop was the third part in a six part series of the History of K-pop and was so popular that it could not be done justice by just one film. In order to have an intelligent and fresh discussion on the subject, they decided to do a five part series. It is the very first part and the second part of this five part series were released in December 2017. This is an insightful and amazing movie which you can't watch once in your life. It is full of symbolism and references to other films. There are so many lines that are very insightful and can be linked to other movies. The first thing that I loved about this film is that it was a bit slow and boring. However, when the movie is not boring, it is very well executed. This is a very interesting film and I recommend it to anyone who loves K-pop, film, or anything in general. There are so many good scenes in this film. There is so much symbolism in this film that you will see it a million times. One of the most profound scenes in this film is when a fan is talking about the history of K-pop. This is one of the most interesting movies to watch. The other things that I loved about this movie were the performances of the two leads and the incredible visuals of the film. This movie is for everyone who loves K-pop and film. It is a great movie for people who just want to have an intelligent conversation about a subject. This movie is a must see and I am recommending it to everyone. It is a must see. It is one of those films that you can watch again and again and learn from it.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 00:12

I don't know where to start, the performances are the best part of the movie, even though there are some that are lacking in execution. I think the fact that it is not a musical but a talk show/film definitely made it easier for me to see this film. I would say the idea behind this film is brilliant, but in execution the execution was lacking. The best part of the film was definitely the songs and the performances, and I really do not understand why I only gave it a 6/10. There were a few slow spots in the film, which is not an issue because there were a lot of songs in the film. The problem was that the story wasn't very well thought out. The story of a man losing his girlfriend and the reason why was not enough for me to follow the whole thing, and the whole finale was rather boring. I thought the acting was good, but I could not get into most of the songs. There were also some scenes that could have been left out that would have added a lot of interest to the film. The concept behind the film is great, and the acting is definitely something I would love to see in a film like this, but I do not think it will be in the theater. I hope it is released in DVD soon, because I do not want to miss out on this movie. My score is 7/10, and I really hope that this film gets a release in the theaters. The concept of the film is really great, and the performances are really well done, but I do not think that this movie will be in theaters for a while, and I think it is worth seeing.

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