SHINee's 15th anniversary documentary release pushed back to November
"My SHINee World" film release will be pushed back to November to increase the film's completion.
The film was originally set to be released in September to celebrate the boy band's 15th anniversary.
"To improve the general level of completion of the film, the premiere will be changed from September to November," SHINee's agency SM Entertainment said Monday.
"'My SHINee World' is a special concert movie that embodies the shining moments SHINee and its fandom SHINee World had over the last 15 years."
The film will feature scenes from six of SHINee's solo concert performances throughout the years, seen from a variety of angles, according to SM Entertainment.
"My SHINee World" will be released in November in Megabox cinemas nationwide.
SHINee debuted in May 2008 with "Replay" and currently consists of four members — Onew, Taemin, Key and Minho. They have been one of the most beloved and longest-running acts in K-pop with multiple hits, including "Ring Ding Dong" (2009), "Lucifer" (2010), "Sherlock" (2012) and "View" (2015).
This year, SHINee has held various events to celebrate its 15th anniversary, such as a pop-up store, concerts and dropping its eighth full-length album "Hard." Key released his second EP "Good & Great" on Sept. 11.
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