Begins Youth, BTS Universe K-drama by Hybe Labels.

When Is the BTS K-Drama ‘Begins Youth’ Coming Out?

If you’re an army that has been trying to crack the codes found in BTS music videos, then Begins Youth is a drama for you. This upcoming official BTS K-drama will shed light on the events set in the ‘Most Beautiful Moment in Life’ trilogy of BTS.

Recommended Videos

Even if you’ve never been a theory-crafter of the music videos of BTS, it’s still a K-drama based on a BTS-inspired webtoon. The story follows a boy who’s given the chance to travel back in time to save all his friends from their tragic fates. So play ‘Spring Day’ on loop, read the webtoon, and mull over the hiatus. Begins Youth is a drama you’ll be looking forward to watching as an ARMY, even if BTS themselves aren’t the ones acting in the series.

There had been delays in production, but the trailer for this upcoming BTS Universe K-drama was released by Hybe Labels in November 2023. No further announcements have been made regarding a specific release date, but Begins Youth is expected to come out within 2024.

Now that all the BTS members are serving their time in enlistment until 2025, 2024 looks like a good year to launch the K-drama. Begins Youth is expected to have 12 episodes in total. If you’re curious about the actors taking on the role of your bias, you can read more here.

(featured image: Hybe Labels)


The Mary Sue is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more
related content
Read Article Sophia Di Martino Breaks Down Sylvie and Loki’s Connection in ‘Loki’
Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie and Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains in the background on 'Loki'
Read Article Thank Goodness the ‘Bluey’ Special Ended the Way It Did
bluey, bingo, chilli and bandit from bluey
Read Article Is ‘Queen of Tears’ Fated to Have a Tragic Ending? We’re Not Ready for Episodes 13 and 14
Hae-in rejecting Hyun-woo after his second proposal in Queen of Tears
Read Article Jeff Daniels Won’t Go Down Without a Fight in Netflix’s Upcoming Series ‘A Man In Full’
Jeff Daniels sits at a desk in A Man In Full
Read Article Leslie Uggams Proves Once Again Why She’s the GOAT in ‘Fallout’
Betty Pearson, played by Leslie Uggams, in 'Fallout'.
Related Content
Read Article Sophia Di Martino Breaks Down Sylvie and Loki’s Connection in ‘Loki’
Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie and Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains in the background on 'Loki'
Read Article Thank Goodness the ‘Bluey’ Special Ended the Way It Did
bluey, bingo, chilli and bandit from bluey
Read Article Is ‘Queen of Tears’ Fated to Have a Tragic Ending? We’re Not Ready for Episodes 13 and 14
Hae-in rejecting Hyun-woo after his second proposal in Queen of Tears
Read Article Jeff Daniels Won’t Go Down Without a Fight in Netflix’s Upcoming Series ‘A Man In Full’
Jeff Daniels sits at a desk in A Man In Full
Read Article Leslie Uggams Proves Once Again Why She’s the GOAT in ‘Fallout’
Betty Pearson, played by Leslie Uggams, in 'Fallout'.
Author
Vanessa Esguerra
Vanessa Esguerra (She/They) is a Contributing Writer for The Mary Sue. She graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Political Economy and is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Japanese Studies. She speaks three languages, but still manages to get lost in the subways of Tokyo with her clunky Japanese. As a mixed race bisexual woman, she frequently writes about race, gender and sexuality both academically and professionally. Fueled by iced coffee brewed from local cafés in Metro Manila, she also regularly covers anime and video games while queuing for her next match in League of Legends.