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The one-minute preview shows cuts of the 'Boy with Luv' hitmakers' performances during their tour and candid behind-the-scenes footage of the members spending their time in between their shows.

AceShowbiz - BTS a.k.a. Bangtan Boys is bringing their "Love Yourself World Tour" to cinemas with their upcoming concert film "Bring the Soul: The Movie". The first trailer has now been officially released for fans' viewing pleasure ahead of the movie's worldwide premiere on August 7.

The one-minute preview offers glimpses of the international K-Pop sensation performing onstage and their lives backstage. Judging from the trailer, the movie will be filled with intimate moments that show the members' goofy persona and their honest interactions with one another.

"We always get nervous during our concert in Korea," the group's leader RM says during a group dinner, before they share a toast. The boys look cheerful while dancing crazily in another scene, and Jin is seen imitating some "big birds" that he sees at a park.

The video also features a testimony from a fan who is touched by the group's music. "Listening to their music has helped me move on and I realized that I deserved better," she says. Showing how fans' love has helped them grow as a person, RM says to the crowd in another scene, "I didn't know anything about how to love myself. But you guys taught me how to love myself."

"Bring the Soul: The Movie" follows members Jimin, Jin, J-Hope, Jungkook, V, RM and Suga as they finish up last year's European leg of their "Love Yourself" world tour. Directed by Park Jun Soon, it is the third concert film released by BTS after 2018's "Burn the Stage: The Movie" and "BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul", which arrived earlier this year.

"Burn the Stage: The Movie" became the highest grossing event cinema musical production at box office with a total of $18.5 million worldwide, breaking the record previously set by One Direction in 2014.

BTS will continue their "Love Yourself" world tour in Osaka, Japan on July 6-7, before concluding it with a two-day concert in Shizuoka on July 13 and 14.

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