A documentary film on the iconic '90s K-pop band Sechskies will hit theaters this month.

The documentary titled, "Sechskies Eighteen" will open in Seoul, Incheon Jeju, Changwon and Yongin in a limited release starting Jan. 18.

The interview-focused documentary will shed light on the group, which got back together in 2016 after a 16-year hiatus. It will delve into what the quintet went through while producing "Another Light," their fifth studio album released last year.

Debuting in 1997, Sechskies enjoyed a successful run as one of the leading first-generation K-pop boy bands until it broke up in 2000.