“Star” (Voice English Ver.) is the eighth and final track from the mini-album [12:00] by LOONA. It is an English version of the track “Voice (목소리)”.

A music video for “Star” was released after the end of "Why Not?" promotions.

The song was originally titled “Starlight”.[1]


Also, “Voice” is the Korean language version of “Star”; the English-version “Star”, aimed towards global fans, will also be released together, so that listeners may enjoy the music in diverse ways.[2]

‘목소리 (Voice)’는 ‘Star’의 한국어 버전으로 글로벌 팬들을 겨냥한 영어 버전 ‘Star’도 동시 발매되어 다양하게 음원을 즐길 수 있을 것이다. 이달의 소녀는 숙명과 숙명이 만나 필연을 만든다.[3]

Music Video[]

LOONA has announced ‘the Starry Festival.’

LOONA (HeeJin, HyunJin, HaSeul, YeoJin, ViVi, Kim Lip, JinSoul, Choerry, Yves, Chuu, Go Won, Olivia Hye) who released their third mini-album ‘Midnight’ (12:00) on the 19th of last month, became the first independent girl group to enter into Billboard 200, the main chart of the U.S. Billboard. It had proven that they are growing as a global influence with 8 albums entering into the Billboard along with ‘Artist 100’

On the third day of the album's release, it broke its record including ranking number one in 49 countries on the iTunes Album Chart, ranking number one worldwide for three consecutive days, and also entering the ‘Rolling Stone Top 200’ Chart for two consecutive weeks, as well as entering the Top 100 on the Official Album Download Chart, which is an official chart in the UK.

After successfully completing the promotions of “Why Not?” which is the title track of [12:00] album, LOONA released the official music video and concept photos of "Star", the English version of "Voice" in response to the support they receive globally.

Even though "Voice" and "Star" are the same songs, Korean version and the English version consist of lyrics of two different stories and charms.

"Star" is an energetic retro song with a low, addictive repeated beat. Inspired by the Midnight Festival, Sleeping Beauty, and space, “Star” music video tells the story of waking up in a dream and pursuing goals and inspiration after discovering themselves in a mysterious space.

The stars that appear throughout the music video represents ‘Orbits’, LOONA’s official fan club, indicating that LOONA is chasing their dream in the spotlight by Orbits from all over the world.




Behind the Scenes[]






  • Executive Producer: Bravo Peak (Chani Hong)
  • Directors: MOSWANTD (Minjun Lee, Hayoung Lee)
  • Assistant Director (AD): Seojun Cho (Moswantd)
  • PD: Japa (WHATEVER)
    Sena Lee, Seunga Choi
  • Production Assistants (PA): Sangmin Jo, Gwanhoi Kim, Seonghyeon Kim
  • CG: MOSWANTD, Sehwang Kim
  • Color: Cheolmin Lee (Grayzone)
  • Director of Photography (DOP): Hyungyeon Kim (1TAKE)
    Sungju Min, Kwangmo Kim, Yoonyoung Yang, Kiyong Eom
  • Jimmy Jib: Youngjung Kim
    Hyunin Kim, Sunghoon Kim, Yunhyun Kim
  • Gaffer: Jun Hee Park (Teamjjun)
    Gangmin Jeong, Jongsu Kim, Solbin Kang, Duckyeon Park, Taeyang Kim, Kangju Lee, Seokbin Hong
  • Show Lighting: Seonggeun Ma
  • Art: Jungae Lee
    Somang Jeon, Jisoo Hwang, Kyungjoon Yoo, Yong Kim



-Teaser- 이달의 소녀 (LOONA) "Star"


-MV- 이달의 소녀 (LOONA) "Star"


이달의 소녀 (LOONA) “Star” MV Making Film




  • The MV was filmed by creative studio MOSWANTD (모스트원티드).
  • This is their first B-Side as a group after debut to get a music video.
  • “Star” is the first full-group song to be in English. LOONA’s last English song was pre-debut, with “LOONATIC (English Ver.)”.
  • Shortly after the MV release of “Star”, many fans started to request the song on North American radios.
    • Because of this, “Star” debuted at #39 in the US Pop Radio Top 40, making LOONA the fourth K-pop group to enter the chart. In addition, “Star” stayed on the chart for nine consecutive weeks.[4][5]