A music video for “Star” was released after the end of "Why Not?" promotions.
The song was originally titled “Starlight”.
Description[edit | edit source]
Music Video[edit | edit source]
Lyrics[edit | edit source]
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Promotional[edit | edit source]
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- MUSIC VIDEOS:
- OTHER VIDEOS
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Audio[edit | edit source]
Credits[edit | edit source]
- 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
Videos[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The MV was filmed by creative studio MOSWANTD (모스트원티드).
- This is their first B-Side as a Group after their debut to get a Music Video.
- Star is the first full group song to be in English. LOONA's last English song was during pre-debut, with "LOONATIC (English Ver.)".
- Shortly after the MV release of "Star", many orbits started to request the song on North American radios.
References[edit | edit source]
- 12:00 Album Credit.
- u/LitellJohnn “[12:00] Album/song descriptions and promotional text” Reddit. October 11, 2020
- “[12:00] 미니 3집-A” BlockBerry Creative Shop. October 11, 2020
- loonatheworld "Orbits! Thank you so much for working hard for "Star" to debut on US TOP40 Mediabase radio chart! All of our dreams come true because of you. We love you to the stars and back" Twitter. 2021.01.30
- loonaranks "@loonatheworld's "Star" is now the longest charting song by a female k-pop act on US Pop radio (Mediabase), spending 9 consecutive weeks in the top 40!" 2021.03.21
- Lyrics: Naver music
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