Fans will finally see the new drama series "Youth," inspired by the BTS members themselves. The production company Chorokbaem Media officially announced the coming of the show after the filming's completion.

After the starts and stops, "Youth" will finally hit the small screen very soon. The show will tell the story of each of the BTS members during "The Most Beautiful Moment in Life" series.

It was originally featured through the group's music and videos from 2015 to 2017. Chorokbaem Media collaborates with HYBE Labels to produce the show to make this project possible, AllKpop noted.

Its production had kicked off since 2019, but it was, reportedly, halted to address fans' concerns, per Koreaboo. After two years, the series has finally wrapped up and completed filming, as the project is now in its last stages of production.

Aside from featuring the stories of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook, the show will also depict their worldview based on the BTS Universe. It is an alternative universe, which holds a history that is different from the real artists.

It will feature the tale of seven young boys who will sympathize, heal and grow with each other. In a statement in August 2019, Big Hit Entertainment chairman and CEO Bang Si-hyuk officially announced the making of "Youth."

He said the boy group and what they called BU (BTS Universe) had inspired a number of different works. These featured seven young men who managed to overcome their own pains and dark days as they grew together and touched the hearts of fellow youngsters around the world.

At the time, Big Hit was just preparing for the drama series in collaboration with the leading Korean production company based on BU. It was supposed to be out in the second half of 2020 and reveal how these seven kids met.

Anyhow, the airing had been moved to 2021 and the basic structure of BT had been changed to suit the TV characteristics. So, who would play Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook?

Teenage actors Jeon Jin-seo will be seen as Jungkook, Jung Woo-jin as V, Seo Young-joo as RM, Seo Ji-hoon as Jin, Ahn Ji-ho as J-Hope, Kim Yoon-woo as Jimin and Noh Jong-hyun as Suga, Manila Bulletin cited. Are fans now excited? In no time, ARMY and the group's followers alike are about to see the BTS story in "Youth" when it drops via a global streaming platform.