No, not the vids you delete off your phone. These hour-long compilation films are made for the enjoyment of women who want to bask in the talents of 'idol' or popstar actors & musicians, and see them as 'boyfriend material' more than an untouchable star. It's pure indulgent silliness, and I haven't laughed this much at something so earnest in ages. Just imagine Chalamet doing one of these movies. Wonder why haven't they ever caught on in the West?
For DL edification here we have a typical example, titled 'Peacemaker' (vol. 3 from the series 'D-BOYS: BOYFRIEND', for the sake of scholarship). In it our hero: takes the lead in a tense psychologically-complex short film; dons a Yukata and visits a Buddhist temple (Senso-ji in Asakusa); helps take care of kindergartners in a day at a nursery (and falls asleep with them during naptime); cooks and eats okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake); rides in a rickshaw; plays soccer with some kids in a park; and happily responds to a Q&A interview while taking a boat-ride...somewhere. Also we see him: taking a shower (??); sweating through a 100 push-up challenge (after the shower...); playing squash by himself inside a house; and listening to a chorus of birds during peaceful moment amid the ironwork in a flowering garden. It's like an audition tape for 'nice, normal outgoing cute guy with family values and emotional range'.