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I made a spreadsheet of all the Loona M/V intro’s since they’re all different and it’s hard to remember. Thought I’d share it here in case anyone needs it for theories or something
Okay so I was working on a ‘fixing Loona thumbnails’ video and I caught this!
HASEUL HAS AN ODD EYE Y’ALL
In Loona tv #98 we see a cut scene of Heejin,Hyunjin,and Haseul eating fruit like yyxy in love4eva do y’all think this is canon or a scraped idea? On one hand it was cut but on the other they kept it in the BTS without any reason. (Also can anyone figure out what Hyunjin’s eating? It looks like it may be some sort of melon but idk)
Help cool kim lip in Not Friends go lmao kim lip in yummy-yummy. i thought she thinks that they are all done with cocomong but not....
The moon at the end here
when we first see the moon There are small “balls” they are lightly red, blue and purple, and At the very end they shine and turn a very recognizable red, blue and purple
gUyS iTs tHe mOoN fRoM giRL fROnT! THE OEC MOONS
EVERYONE SAYING THE WOLF HOWL IS OLIVIA
but I’m screaming over about the Loona verse moon!
The 3 mini moons are the oec moons from Why Not!
One 1/3 member; Heejin
Two OEC members; KimLip and Heejin
And one YYXY member; Yves
I do solidly think there is some Loona lore here no questions asked.
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Many times when we watch a Loona video we only focus on one member, so I decided to make videos where only one member is focused on the video, so it is much easier.
You can comment who member and what video you want, I will do it with pleasure :)
Go watch PTT and remember eclipse
Kimlips ring was around her like a halo
Choeres ring was also around her
But jinsouls was in a circle behind her
Not around her like kimlip and choerrys ring
It adds to the theory that jinsoul is the fallen angel
You can find this on Youtube under the MV
Theory: LOONA is effectively revealing their true forms. You see Yves, a smooth and confident manipulator (Water), Yeojin, a peaceful character who has great potential and can be dangerous if she needs to be (Air), also GoWon, who is also peaceful but can cause great troubles for everyone when she effects her friends (Butterflies). HaSeul is a firey spirit who is also peaceful and undecided in the LOONAverse and her troubles effect those around her (Fire). Vivi is calm, neutral in the matter and the battle in her mind is causing those to enjoy her company but she doesn't enjoy there's as she feels she can't fit in (Snow?). Lastly, the OEC is surrounded by the rings that represent them, Red, Purple and Blue rings around each, confirming their role as the LOONAverse's guardian angels. Kim Lip, the head of the group, is a harder soul, trying to lead her group around but she gives up at the end under the pressure of the rest of the group leaving Jinsoul in charge. Lastly, HeeJin is seen with the moon floating towards her surrounded by the planets meaning she is definitely the supreme being of the LOONAverse and the last piece she needed was the Moon (LOONA) which she then gains, causing the whole group to "spiral" out of control as the beat picks up and the dancing becomes more random and the set changes and we see all the final "tribal" forms of the members in each shot. HyunJin is a little difficult for me to understand but from what I can see, she has assumed her original form as an OEC angel despite her still being in position of GoWon's wrist band that helped her fall to Earth. In conclusion, my theory is that LOONA is assuming their tribal and original roots and visualising that onto what they do in the MV. HeeJin as god, HyunJin as an OEC, OEC as OEC and the personalities of the undecided (YeoJin) and yyxy show through. Edit: I also believe that Kim Lip with the black hole at the end symbolises her also then power where she could potentially have the power to reverse it all with the click of her fingers. Meaning she has more power than we realise and see. Plus in Why Not she is floating above the same orbs that seem the same as those on Yves
Loona's 4th mini album as a 12 member group, [&] has been released !
Stream the title track's music video - https://youtu.be/_EEo-iE5u_A
Listen to [&] on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/747FhjbZXy5H8frCZ90eDv
Listen to [&] On Apple Music - https://music.apple.com/us/album/1574080252
LOONA have also released their first Japanese single, the Japanese Version of "Paint The Town", listen to it on your streaming platform of choice:
Just wondering, can we post content from LOONA+?
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We finally have the first teaser for the comeback! It looks like the concept is going to revolve around the Roman empire and Roman mythology.
Lucky for me, I've been studying Latin my entire life. I never I'd have to use it with LOONA, but here we are.
The teaser says, "citius, altius, fortius. acata est fabula, plaudite." and the caption says "a deo vocatus rite paratus". Let's start with the first phrase.
"citius, altius, fortius" means "faster, higher, stronger". It's most commonly known as the motto of the Olympic games. While the games themselves were started in Athens, Greece in 776, the motto was adopted in 1894.
Actually, on the topic of Greece I should mention that ancient Greece existed long before the Roman empire. Much of Roman culture is taken from Greek culture and mythology.
If BBC wanted to have a concept that revolved around the ancient world, why not choose Greece instead of Rome? Well, I think it has something to do with Roman culture paralleling Greek culture. Just like yyxy is a parallel to 1/3.
Speaking of yyxy, notice how the words form an arch, very similar to the arch over Go Won in One&Only. Or the curtain in the back, which is very similar to the curtain Chuu pops out of in Heart Attack. Even the overall color scheme is reminiscent of Olivia Hye. My guess is this comeback is going to revolve around yyxy.
Ok back to the Latin. The second phrase "ācta est fabula, plaudite." this means "the story is done, applaud." This was commonly said at the end of Roman plays, which might I add was also heavily inspired by the Greek plays that occurred a century prior. This phrase ties back to the curtain. While Roman plays never used curtains (or any curtains at all), red curtains have become a staple and a symbol of modern theater.
And finally there's "a deo vocātus rite paratus". This phrase is most notably from the classic novel Don Quixote, a 17th century Spanish novel. It translates to "God calls on those who are prepared". I've seen it translated a few different ways (Latin doesn't exactly translate to perfect English) but in my opinion that's the best/most accurate translation.
That's all I have for today! Let me know if you have any questions or need clarifying or anything. If any more teasers include Latin I will definitely translate them and post it in discussions <3
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