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[Photos + Video] New Character Posters and Music Video Added for the Upcoming Korean Animated Movie "Shining Star - Theater Version: The Birth of a New Lunaqueen!"

2019/07/09 | 140 views | Permalink | Source

New character posters and music video added for the upcoming Korean animated movie "Shining Star - Theater Version: The Birth of A New Lunaqueen!"

Hot Debut 'Light' Music Video

"Shining Star - Theater Version: The Birth of A New Lunaqueen!" (2019)

Directed by Jung Ji-hoon-II, Park Il-ho

Voiced by Jung Hye-won-III, Lee Myung-ho, Park Ri-na, Lee Ji-hyun-VII,...

The first K-Pop animation in the world!
This summer, the shining performances of girls dreaming of being the next Lunaqueen begin!

Shining Star School is the best idol school in the world. Hera, the 'perfect' hard working girl from the debuting class, and trainee Nara, who needs more practice, decide to join auditions for the world's greatest idol star title 'Lunaqueen'. Hera quits from her idol group, Dolls, and joins Nara's group, calling themselves New Melody.
However, talent supremacist CEO Calliope tells Hera to leave New Melody, as she has a high chance of getting a sole victory in the final stages for Lunaqueen, and New Melody is in a tense spot.

Can she become Lunaqueen and keep her friend?

Release date in Korea : 2019/07/18

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