Disney+ has unveiled the poster of BTS singer J-Hope's upcoming documentary, "J-Hope In The Box," which is set to premiere on Feb. 17.

The poster for the documentary special features the 28-year-old "Arson" rapper during his appearance at Lollapalooza 2022, where he jumped out of a Jack in the Box-inspired stage design.

"He's your hope. You're his hope. He is... #jhope. 'J-Hope IN THE BOX,' a documentary special, is streaming February 17 on #DisneyPlus," the streaming platform captioned its tweet Thursday.

No other details about the documentary were released by Disney+, but in this Nylon report, it said "J-Hope IN THE BOX" will feature the "Dynamite" singer's behind-the-scenes moments as he prepared for his first solo album, his performance at Lollapalooza, moments from the album's listening party and never-before-seen interviews.

Aside from Disney+, the highly-anticipated feature will also be released on Weverse app on Feb. 17 – a day before the K-pop superstar turns 29 on Feb. 18.

Fans may pre-order the documentary feature on Weverse beginning Feb. 10.

"I can't wait 😆 and I love the fact that the poster shows a photo of hobi's legendary entrance from lollapalooza," one fan said and tweeted a clip of J-hope jumping to the stage when he headlined the fourth and last day of the 2022 Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago on July 31, 2022. With this, Jung Ho-Seok, known as J-Hope on stage, made history as the first South Korean act to headline a major U.S. music festival.

"Istg, this is like the best birthday gift from Hobi to his stans and it should have been the other way around.. please tell me we have big project for his birthday, I want to participate!" one fan said. Another wrote, "YES! J-Hope is our HOPE! Can't wait for this on Disney+."

Aside from "J-Hope IN THE BOX," the streaming platform is also set to release a BTS music document series: "BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star." The series follows the beginnings of the K-pop supergroup, including a wide collection of footage of the band over the past nine years. It also shows each member preparing for solo ventures.