The upcoming BTS Kdrama based on the BTS Universe story game is finally in production. On October 19, it has been confirmed that the title of the popular BTS Universe drama series has changed from Blue Sky (푸른 하늘) to Youth. Moreover, the Kdrama BTS Universe Youth casts lineup and the release date also has been announced.
KDrama BTS Universe Story YOUTH Casts and Release Date
Kim Jae-hong will be directing the BTS Universe drama series based on BTS’ game story. Previously, he directed popular TV series like “A Wife Next Door” (2013) and “Yoo Na’s Street” (2014). He will work with Kim Soo Jin and Choi Woo Joo in the scriptwriting.
Kdrama Youth is based on the BTS Universe story game that tells the story of seven young men characters from BTS’s 2015-2016 trilogy album. It is known as “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life Trilogy,” ― also known as the “Hwa Yang Yeon Hwa Series.”
The BTS Universe Youth story began when they were students and continues to their debut days. It’s started from the HYYH era, the “I Need U” MV in 2015, where the BTS members act as fictional characters. In the music video, it was shown how they were facing problems in their life. In the end, they finally meet the most wonderful moment.
Previously, it was reported that the characters names would not be using BTS members’ names. However, it is reported that although it’s entirely fiction, the names of the characters are decided to have the same names as the BTS members.
Moreover, this highly anticipated BTS Universe Youth drama series will involve seven young actors as the main leads. They are Seo Ji Hoon, Noh Jong Hyun, Ahn Ji Ho, Seo Young Joo, Jeon Jin Seo, Kim Yoon Woo, and Jung Woo Jin.
The Casts and Characters of BTS Universe Youth Story
- Seo Ji Hoon as Kim Seok Jin
- Noh Jong Hyun as Min Yoon Gi
- Ahn Ji Ho as Jung Ho Seok
- Seo Young Joo as Kim Nam Joon
- Jeon Jin Seo as Jeon Jung Kook
- Kim Yoon Woo as Park Ji Min
- Jung Woo Jin as Kim Tae Hyung
Moreover, other casts of BTS Universe ‘Youth’ are expected to be announced within the next few months.
Seo Ji Hoon
In the BTS Universe Youth drama series, Seo Ji-hoon is a 23-year-old actor from Daegu, South Korea. He will be playing the role of BTS’ Jin character, Kim Seok-jin. Kim Seok-jin comes from a distinguished family as he is the son of a National Assembly member. Despite his perfect visual, he is having a hard time expressing his feelings.
Even more, he lives his life in the shadow of his father. When he transfers to a new school, he meets the other characters that will become important. Then, he finally faces his true feelings and embraces them.
Noh Jong Hyun
In the BTS Universe Youth drama series, Noh Jong-hyun is a 27-year-old actor from Busan, South Korea. He will be playing the role of BTS Min Yoon-gi character, Suga, a boy who looks cold outside but a warm heart on the inside.
A wild rumor has following him around – a rumor that he set his own house on fire, and he killed his mother. While having lost his mother, who is meant the world to him, the only escape from the world, and to find comfort, he plays the piano.
Ahn Ji Ho
In the BTS Universe Youth drama series, Ahn Ji Ho is a 16-year old South Korean actor. He will be playing the role of BTS’ Jung Ho Seok character, J-Hope. J-Hope is a dancing machine. He is a person with a positive attitude despite having a tragic childhood.
When he was a child, he was abandoned at the amusement park by his family. Despite that, he always keeps positive and carries happiness to others.
Seo Young Joo
Seo Young Joo is a 22-year-old actor from Seoul, South Korea in the BTS Universe Youth drama series. He will be playing the role of BTS’ Kim Nam Joon character, RM. RM is a boy who has a strong sense of responsibility as he comes from a family with a bad economy background.
Experiencing a hard life makes him precocious. Moreover, he works several jobs and dreams of living a normal life. Although he has multiple part-time jobs, he still manages to have the best academic scores.
Jeon Jin Seo
In the BTS Universe Youth drama series, Jeon Jin Seo is a 14-year-old actor from South Korea. He will be playing the role of BTS’ Jeon Jung Kook character, Jungkook. Jungkook is a boy who never experienced happiness as he has been grown up in an unstable family. He questions his existence and his life purpose.
Kim Yoon Woo
In the BTS Universe Youth drama series, Kim Yoon-woo will be playing the role of BTS’ Park Ji Min character, Jimin. Jimin is a boy who has a bright smile but hides a dark secret about himself as he confuses about his real identity. His overprotective family told lies when he was younger. This cause a traumatic during his childhood.
Jung Woo Jin
In the BTS Universe Youth drama series, Jung Woo Jin will be playing the role of Kim Tae Hyung’s character, V. V is a young boy who has many emotional scars. His father has an alcohol problem, which made his mother left him and his father. He lives with the hope that someday his father will return to a loving father he used to be, and his mother will come back home.
Kdrama BTS Universe Youth release date
BTS Universe Youth drama series based on BTS’ game story will release sometime in 2021. Yet, no exact date when the drama will release. Moreover, the details of the drama production are demands top secrecy.
BTS fans’ reaction over the use of BTS characters’ names
As the BTS Universe drama series crew decided to use the BTS members’ real names, many fans think different ways. Some say it may cause public confusion of reality and fiction. Others say that it can also harm the group members’ image if there are some terrible issues in drama. Here are some BTS fans comments about using BTS members real names in the drama series.
be blamed.— 멘틧봐|샤이닝원더🍀(Rest) (@Shining_Wonder_) October 19, 2020
(Boys are less exposed to public channels and have less public understanding of each member.)
2. Associated search word is related to celebrities real name so it may have some problems such as confusion.
3. Specific difficulties in filing a complaint of contempt for creating malicious comments and rumors— 멘틧봐|샤이닝원더🍀(Rest) (@Shining_Wonder_) October 19, 2020
We have to send email -> [email protected]
to change drama character’s name.
Please help.@BigHitEnt #Bighit #RT #ARMY
ARMY asking BH to reconsider the character’s names
I will be able to say anything about Seokjin without being able to be sued for defamation because if they accuse me, I can say I was talking about the character, not the real Seokjin. Well why don't you just sell their names to the antis? You should reconsider [email protected]— A☾¹⁰⁹(IA) (@LaLunaJinniie) October 19, 2020
ARMY is not interested
I don't know why everyone is excited for this,if it is about their real l will be interested or if it is themselves as actors of bu I will be very excited to see them act, but with another actors just using their names.. I have zero interest🤚— Lapuii Ralte🐺 (@LapuiiR) October 19, 2020
ARMY in confusion
me getting hype over the drama based on the bts universe because that means actor seokjin finally gets to debut and then realizing OTHER actors will play the characters meaning NO actor seokjin… pic.twitter.com/sfmAiDCGAj— milky⁷ ™// BLM (@jiiminmoon) August 21, 2019
ARMYs, what do you think about the upcoming BTS Universe Story drama series? Drop your thoughts in the comment session below.
More about BTS
- How to Play BTS Universe Story Mobile Game, a BTS-Based Storytelling Game
- BTS Jungkook Solo “My Time” Continuously Breaks Records This Week
- BTS J-Hope Mixtape “Hope World” Tops iTunes Chart in 100 Countries
- Here Are 12+ Recommended Books from BTS RM for You to Read
- Suga Agust D Comeback with Amazing Cinematic “Daechwita” MV
- #RecordSetterV Is Trending for BTS V, the Korean Soloist with Most #1s on iTunes
- 5 Reasons Why Male Fans Are Captivated by BTS Jimin