ENHYPEN Documentary in the Works

Following the success of the Netflix special BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky, producer Cara Mones is embarking on a new documentary project featuring the 4th generation K-pop group ENHYPEN.


Caroline Suh (left) and Cara Mones (right). | Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times

Cara Mones, known for her work on the BLACKPINK documentary, is collaborating with Hello Sunshine to produce a feature documentary on ENHYPEN. The project aims to explore the group’s impact on fans and their lives.

Call for ENHYPEN Fans to Share Their Stories

A recent call for ENHYPEN fans to participate in the documentary highlights the search for stories of how the group has positively influenced their lives. Fans are encouraged to apply and share their experiences.

Hello Sunshine Behind the Documentary

The female-focused media company Hello Sunshine is producing the documentary, emphasizing the tangible positive effects of ENHYPEN on their fans. The project seeks to capture the profound connection between the group and its supporters.

Requirements for Participation

Interested fans must be over sixteen, U.S. residents, and available for filming in Spring 2014. The application process includes questions about favourite ENHYPEN songs and viewership of ‘I-Land.’

Anticipation Builds for ENHYPEN Documentary

With the success of BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky, expectations are high for this new documentary project. Anticipation simmers among fans and viewers, eager to witness ENHYPEN’s journey and influence laid bare. This promises another revealing glimpse into the captivating world of K-pop.