The music documentary series will feature the journey of the sub-unit of the K-pop boy band NCT.
Time to pause and reflect—this is what NCT 127 will highlight in their upcoming four-part documentary series, The Lost Boys, which is set to debut on Disney+ this August. From their humble beginnings to their remarkable achievements in the Korean and global music industry, the documentary will provide an intimate look at the evolution of NCT 127, inviting fans to reflect on their remarkable growth.
The Lost Boys delves into the personal narratives of NCT 127 members Taeil, Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Jungwoo, Mark, and Haechan. This includes bravely sharing their childhood experiences, upbringing in diverse cities, and unearthing their innermost emotions and thoughts regarding their achievements and challenges encountered along the way.
The Lost Boys: An NCT 127 Docuseries
Following the release of their groundbreaking, officially licensed print comic, NCT 127: Limitless, the NCT sub-unit continues to make waves in the industry with their upcoming documentary series. Created by Korean filmmakers Cho Youngchul (So Not Worth It) and Yim Pilsung (Person, Doomsday Brook, and Scarlet Innocence), The Lost Boys will feature never-before-seen interviews, exclusive pre-debut footage, concert performances, and animated content helmed by director Jayil Pak (Georgia). Each episode will focus on two to three members of the group as they talk about their past and their journey to stardom.
The Lost Boys will premiere on August 30 with its first two episodes, followed by the remaining two on September 6—giving fans ample time to collect themselves, process, and reflect upon the compelling and heartfelt revelations shared by the members of the K-pop group.
In a series of recent achievements, NCT member Taeyong embarked on his solo debut journey last month with the release of his captivating track, SHALALA, featuring the remarkable vocals of Red Velvet’s main vocalist, Wendy. Adding to his accomplishments, Taeyong has been appointed as Loewe’s latest global brand ambassador, further solidifying his influence in the fashion industry.
Meanwhile, fellow group member Doyoung has entered into an exciting partnership with the prestigious fashion brand Dolce and Gabbana as the Italian luxury fashion house’s newest ambassador in South Korea and Japan.
To recall, NCT 127 became the first K-pop boy group to stage a live show at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in July 2022 since the pandemic shutdown of in-person large-scale performances.Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with NCT 127 on a profound level and witness their growth in the music industry. Get ready to pause, reflect, and embark on an unforgettable journey with The Lost Boys. That’s August 30 on Disney+!