SB19 to release “What?: The Making Film” docu-series

On April 2, SB19 released the first episode of their YouTube documentary series “What?: The Making Film”. The 10-minute episode shows the boys brainstorming for their music video, giving leader Pablo feedback on the song, and the recording process for the song’s demo. Pablo also talks about his thought process as he wrote the song.

“Kasi in the previous releases namin, yung mga nag-compose is Korean. Ang kinontribute lang namin is yung lyrics and minor changes as mga melody,” Pablo says. “This time, mas nag-contribute or solely SB19 ang mostly nag-contribute sa paggawa ng kanta.” (In our previous releases, the composers were Korean. Our only contribution was the lyrics and minor changes in the melody. This time, we contributed more, or solely SB19 contributed in the making of the song.”)

Find out the boys’ thought process on the song and more words of wisdom from Pablo here:



On March 29, SB19 dropped a teaser for their upcoming documentary series called “What?: The Making Film”.

The docuseries is a five-episode YouTube documentary series that will show fans SB19’s journey leading towards the release of their hit comeback song. The docuseries will premier on April 2 at 7 PM, and a new episode comes out every Friday. 

SB19 released their comeback song and MV “What?” on March 9. As of writing time, it has over 6.7 million views.

Clara Palma
A frustrated supermodel/ballerina/novelist who lists Super Junior, EXO, and Infinite as some of her favorite groups, Clara’s first exposure to all things Korean was through K-dramas Lovers in Paris and Goong. She is willing to talk about fashion, beauty, dance, books, all things baduy, and figure skating over a cup of tea. She co-runs a figure skating blog You Only Lutz Once with fellow KStreet contributor Bea. Check out her blog or follow her on Twitter.

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