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| image = F(x) Cowboy promotional photo.png
 
| image = F(x) Cowboy promotional photo.png
 
| caption = Promotional photo for "[[4 Walls/Cowboy|Cowboy]]". (L-R: Victoria, Krystal, Luna and Amber)
 
| caption = Promotional photo for "[[4 Walls/Cowboy|Cowboy]]". (L-R: Victoria, Krystal, Luna and Amber)
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| hangul = 에프엑스
 
| origin = Seoul, South Korea
 
| origin = Seoul, South Korea
| genres = Pop
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| genres = Pop, electropop, synth-pop
| debut = September 1, 2009
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| debut = September 5, 2009
| years = 2009–present
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| disbanded = c. September 2019
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| years = 2009–2016
 
| label = [[SM Entertainment]]
 
| label = [[SM Entertainment]]
| current =
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| former =
 
* Victoria
 
* Victoria
 
* Amber
 
* Amber
 
* Luna
 
* Luna
 
* Krystal
 
* Krystal
| past =
 
 
*Sulli
 
*Sulli
| fandom = MeU
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| fandom = MeU (미유)
 
| website = {{Website|http://fx.smtown.com/}}
 
| website = {{Website|http://fx.smtown.com/}}
 
| sns = {{Facebook|fx.smtown}}{{Instagram|fx.official}}{{YouTube|UC6qbHF5Aql0EbXn52P7ofXA}}
 
| sns = {{Facebook|fx.smtown}}{{Instagram|fx.official}}{{YouTube|UC6qbHF5Aql0EbXn52P7ofXA}}
 
}}
 
}}
'''f(x)''' (에프엑스) is a four-member girl group under [[SM Entertainment]]. They officially debuted on September 1, 2009 with the digital single "[[La Cha Ta]]".
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'''f(x)''' (에프엑스) was a four-member girl group under [[SM Entertainment]]. They officially debuted on September 5, 2009 on MBC's ''[[Music Core]]'' by performing their first single "La Cha Ta", which was released on the 1st.<ref>[https://www.soompi.com/article/1225971wpp/fxs-amber-shares-sweet-message-9th-debut-anniversary Soompi: f(x) Shares Sweet Messages On 9th Debut Anniversary]</ref>
   
 
The group received the title of "Asian Pop Dance Group" by their label and are touted as a multinational group since f(x) consists of members from China, United States and South Korea.
 
The group received the title of "Asian Pop Dance Group" by their label and are touted as a multinational group since f(x) consists of members from China, United States and South Korea.
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==History==
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==='''2016–2019: Inactivity and departures from SM'''===
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The group largely went inactive since 2016 with no news of new releases as the members pursued individual activities.
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The group (without Victoria) performed together for the first time in three years at the [[SMTOWN Live 2019 In Tokyo]] concert in August 2019.<ref>[https://www.allkpop.com/article/2019/08/netizens-touched-after-seeing-fx-perform-on-stage-for-the-first-time-in-a-while Allkpop: Netizens touched after seeing f(x) perform on stage for the first time in a while]</ref>
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On September 1, 2019, Amber announced via her social media accounts that she had not renewed her contract with SM Entertainment.<ref>[https://www.soompi.com/article/1349418wpp/fxs-amber-announces-departure-from-sm-entertainment Soompi: "f(x)'s Amber Announces Departure From SM Entertainment"]</ref>
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On the day of the group's 10 year anniversary, September 5, SM Entertainment shared that both Luna and Victoria have chosen not to renew their contracts with SM,<ref>[https://www.soompi.com/article/1350387wpp/fxs-victoria-announces-departure-from-sm-entertainment Soompi: "f(x)’s Victoria Announces Departure From SM Entertainment"]</ref> while member Krystal still has time remaining before her contract expires.<ref>[https://www.soompi.com/article/1350417wpp/sm-reveals-lunas-contract-has-expired-shares-update-on-krystal-in-statement-about-fxs-future Soompi: "SM Reveals Luna’s Contract Has Expired + Shares Update On Krystal In Statement About f(x)’s Future"]</ref>
   
 
==Members==
 
==Members==
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|[[Victoria]] (빅토리아)
 
|[[Victoria]] (빅토리아)
 
|Leader, Main Dancer, Vocalist
 
|Leader, Main Dancer, Vocalist
|2009–present
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|2009–2019
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Amber]] (엠버)
 
|[[Amber]] (엠버)
 
|Main Rapper, Vocalist
 
|Main Rapper, Vocalist
|2009–present
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|2009–2019
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Luna]] (루나)
 
|[[Luna]] (루나)
 
|Main Vocalist, Lead Dancer
 
|Main Vocalist, Lead Dancer
|2009–present
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|2009–2019
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Krystal]] (크리스탈)
 
|[[Krystal]] (크리스탈)
 
|Lead Vocalist, Center, Visual, Face of the Group, Maknae
 
|Lead Vocalist, Center, Visual, Face of the Group, Maknae
|2009–present
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|2009–2019
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! colspan="3" style="text-align:center;" |Former
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[Sulli]] (설리)
 
|[[Sulli]] (설리)
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====Studio albums====
 
====Studio albums====
 
* ''[[Pinocchio]]'' (2011)
 
* ''[[Pinocchio]]'' (2011)
** ''Hot Summer'' (Repackage) (2011)
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** ''[[Hot Summer (album)|Hot Summer]]'' {{small|(repackage)}} (2011)
 
* ''[[Pink Tape]]'' (2013)
 
* ''[[Pink Tape]]'' (2013)
 
* ''[[Red Light]]'' (2014)
 
* ''[[Red Light]]'' (2014)
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* ''[[Electric Shock]]'' (2012)
 
* ''[[Electric Shock]]'' (2012)
 
====Singles====
 
====Singles====
* "[[Chu (f(x))|Chu~♡]]" (2009)
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* "[[Chu~♡]]" (2009)
 
====Digital singles====
 
====Digital singles====
 
* "[[La Cha Ta]]" (2009)
 
* "[[La Cha Ta]]" (2009)
* "[[Chocolate Love]]" (2010)
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* "[[12:25 (Wish List)]]" (2015)
* "[[Thrill Love]]" (2010)
 
* "[[Wish List|12/25 (Wish List)]]" (2015)
 
 
* "[[All Mine]]" (2016)
 
* "[[All Mine]]" (2016)
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====Promotional singles====
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* "[[Chocolate Love (Electronic Pop Version)]]" (2010)
 
{{Col-2}}
 
{{Col-2}}
 
====OSTs====
 
====OSTs====
 
* "Invincible Lee Pyung Kang OST Part 3" (2009)
 
* "Invincible Lee Pyung Kang OST Part 3" (2009)
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* "[[Thrill Love]]" (2010)
 
* "Master of Study OST Part 2" (2010)
 
* "Master of Study OST Part 2" (2010)
 
* "More Charming By The Day OST Part.1" (2010)
 
* "More Charming By The Day OST Part.1" (2010)
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* "[[4 Walls/Cowboy]]" (2016)
 
* "[[4 Walls/Cowboy]]" (2016)
 
====Digital singles====
 
====Digital singles====
* "Hot Summer" (2012)
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* "[[Hot Summer (single)|Hot Summer]]" (2012)
 
{{Col-end}}
 
{{Col-end}}
   
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F(x) 4 Walls group photo.png|''[[4 Walls]]''
 
F(x) 4 Walls group photo.png|''[[4 Walls]]''
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
   
 
==Official links==
 
==Official links==
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[[Category:SM Entertainment]]
 
[[Category:SM Entertainment]]
 
[[Category:F(x)]]
 
[[Category:F(x)]]
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[[Category:2019 disbandments]]

Latest revision as of 03:58, October 23, 2019

f(x) (에프엑스) was a four-member girl group under SM Entertainment. They officially debuted on September 5, 2009 on MBC's Music Core by performing their first single "La Cha Ta", which was released on the 1st.[1]

The group received the title of "Asian Pop Dance Group" by their label and are touted as a multinational group since f(x) consists of members from China, United States and South Korea.

HistoryEdit

2016–2019: Inactivity and departures from SMEdit

The group largely went inactive since 2016 with no news of new releases as the members pursued individual activities.

The group (without Victoria) performed together for the first time in three years at the SMTOWN Live 2019 In Tokyo concert in August 2019.[2]

On September 1, 2019, Amber announced via her social media accounts that she had not renewed her contract with SM Entertainment.[3]

On the day of the group's 10 year anniversary, September 5, SM Entertainment shared that both Luna and Victoria have chosen not to renew their contracts with SM,[4] while member Krystal still has time remaining before her contract expires.[5]

MembersEdit

Name Position(s) Year(s) active
Victoria (빅토리아) Leader, Main Dancer, Vocalist 2009–2019
Amber (엠버) Main Rapper, Vocalist 2009–2019
Luna (루나) Main Vocalist, Lead Dancer 2009–2019
Krystal (크리스탈) Lead Vocalist, Center, Visual, Face of the Group, Maknae 2009–2019
Sulli (설리) Lead Rapper, Vocalist, Visual 2009–2015

DiscographyEdit

KoreanEdit

Studio albumsEdit

Mini albumsEdit

SinglesEdit

Digital singlesEdit

Promotional singlesEdit

OSTsEdit

  • "Invincible Lee Pyung Kang OST Part 3" (2009)
  • "Thrill Love" (2010)
  • "Master of Study OST Part 2" (2010)
  • "More Charming By The Day OST Part.1" (2010)
  • "Juloring Animal Detectives OST"
  • "Paradise Ranch OST Part.1" (2011)
  • "Puzzle Bubble Online OST" (2011)

JapaneseEdit

SinglesEdit

Digital singlesEdit

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

Official linksEdit

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