BTS’ Jimin Will Bring You Into His ‘Production Diary’ With New Documentary

An inside look at how Jimin made his album Face? Sign us up!

On Tuesday, Hybe announced that they will be releasing Jimin’s Production Diary, a documentary film that follows the BTS member’s solo album-making process that captures the singer as he “lays out the candid emotions and thoughts that went through his mind while working on the album.” The doc is out on Weverse on Oct. 23.

“It’s something that I shouldn’t think too simply. It became the opportunity to know what I should do more clearly,” he said in a press release. “I can say that there are more things I want to do.”

The released poster for Jimin’s Production Day sees Jimin with his eyes closed in the studio, seemingly singing during the album-making process. The poster also sees some of his handwriting of Face‘s lyrics featured on the record.

In true BTS fashion, fans were given a release calendar for the upcoming Jimin’s Production Diary media that they’ll receive in the next couple of weeks. Following Tuesday’s announcement, fans will get to watch the film’s lead trailer on Oct. 13, with film pre-orders commencing Oct. 14. The singer will also release lyric videos, new posters, a quiz show, and a “special message for the fans” for Jimin.

Jimin released his mini-album Face in March 2023, featuring songs such as “Like Crazy,” “Alone,” and “Set Me Free Pt. 2.” He also released “Angel. Pt. 1” with Jvke and Muni Long, and later dropped a “Pt. 2” of the track with Charlie Puth.


“In this album, I look back at myself. I heard that the word ‘face’ has many different meanings. Of course, it has the meaning of the noun, face, but it also means “to face, to [confront],” as a verb,” Jimin told Rolling Stone back in March. “So, in order to stand at this new starting point and begin a new journey, I thought it would be necessary to look back at myself and face myself entirely.”

The new Jimin doc joins a list of his fellow BTS members releasing documentaries over the last few months. J-Hope dropped J-Hope in the Box, while Suga released Road to D-Day on June 17.