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MONSTA X (몬스타엑스) is a six-member boy group under Starship Entertainment. Formed through the survival show NO.MERCY, they originally debuted as a seven-member group on May 14, 2015 with the mini album Trespass.

History

2019: Take.2 We Are Here, international activities, Follow : Find You, Wonho's departure

On January 20, it was reported that MONSTA X were preparing for comeback in February.[1] Starship confirmed the news on the 30th after announcing the group would appear on Idol Room ahead of promotions.[2] That same day, MONSTA X released a teaser video for their upcoming album titled Take.2 We Are Here to be released on February 18.[3]

The group released their fifth Japanese single "Shoot Out" on March 27. This was followed by their sixth single "Alligator" on June 12 and second Japanese album Phenomenon on August 21.

MONSTA X began their third world tour 'We Are Here' in Seoul on April 13. The tour concluded on September 4 following 23 shows in 20 cities.[4]

The group released their seventh mini album Follow : Find You on October 28.

On October 31, Starship announced Wonho's departure from MONSTA X as he wish to not cause trouble to the group following recent allegations surrounding him. Starship will continue to take legal action against the malicious claims.[5]

Members

Name Position(s) Year(s) active
Shownu (셔누) Leader, Main Dancer, Lead Vocalist 2015–present
Minhyuk (민혁) Vocalist, Face of the Group 2015–present
Kihyun (기현) Main Vocalist 2015–present
Hyungwon (형원) Lead Dancer, Vocalist, Visual 2015–present
Jooheon (주헌) Main Rapper 2015–present
I.M (아이엠) Lead Rapper, Maknae 2015–present
Former
Wonho (원호) Lead Vocalist, Dancer, Visual, Center 2015–2019

Discography

Korean

Studio albums

Mini albums

Digital singles

OSTs

  • "Orange Marmalade OST Part 2" (2015)
  • "Shopping King Louie OST Part 7" (2016)
  • "Hello Mr. Right OST" (2017)
  • "Puppy Day (with TTG) OST" (2019)

Japanese

Studio albums

Singles

English

Studio albums

Digital singles

Collaborations

Filmography

Animations

Concerts

Japan tours

World tours

Fanmeetings

Endorsements

  • LITMUS (2016–present)
  • Great Ocean (2017)
  • Kappa (2017)
  • TONYMOLY (2018–present)
  • Doota Duty Free (2019–present)

Awards and nominations

Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Monsta X

Gallery

References

Official links

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