Sunny Hill – Midnight Circus

Back from their hiatus, Sunny Hill is sporting a new image and sound. Originally formed by Jang Hyun, Seung Ah, and Joobi, the group added a fourth member named Kota, and shortly thereafter, they added Misung.

Midnight Circus is penned by composer Lee Min Soo and lyricist Kim Eana, both who won the 2010 Melon Award for Best Songwriter — behind hits like Brown Eyed Girls’ Abracadabra and Ga-In’s Irreversible.

You can check a subtitled version of the song on YouTube.

There’s also a Stage Version MV… but we have to admit we’re a little bummed that Ga-In wasn’t in the video like the Teaser MV originally suggested.

The music video was directed by female South Korean director Hwang Soo Ah, who directed the 2008 romantic comedy Why Did you Come to my House.

6 Responses

  1. Camiele says:

    This video…AMAZING! O.O

    Is Amy trying to convert me? Because, lemme tell ya, this and Pray are on their way to making me a serious SunnyHill fan!

    • amy says:

      @Camiele, I actually only discovered Sunny Hill with this MV too. LOL I’m pretty bummed they haven’t released a full-length album because I don’t buy singles or mini-albums… and if Midnight Circus and Pray would have been on the same album, I could have considered it… but alas~

      Did you check their latest? We got it posted ;D

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