Music Video Part I
A good portion of Miss A’s videos showcase the group’s dance skills, which are announced in their debut video for their first single, “Bad Girl Good Girl.” In the video, Miss A members act as rebellious students at a performing arts high school, where they perform choreography to their single. Miss A also use their skills in dance as they act out their bid to perform at a local music video in their commercial film for a mobile device in “Love Again” (a Chinese version of this CF was also produced). The group takes inspiration from Reggae and choreography from Dancehall in their two versions for their popular single “Breathe.” In “Love Alone,”, viewers see another side of the group as they sing a full song in English and prepare to perform the single at various venues. While Miss A never had a completely innocent image, “Good Bye Baby” and “Touch” music videos take on more mature visual content as both songs sing about issues of mistrust in romantic relationships. In 2012, Miss A released a special video for their single, “From One to Ten,” which includes footage of their first fan meeting.