‘Why f(x)?’ (Out of Korea’s Three Most Unique Groups: 2ne1, Crayon Pop, F(x))?

4 Jul

Generation Next

F(x) has become my favorite Korean pop group for a little over four months now, since February. Many people wonder why I’ve only focused on f(x) and hardly any other K-pop groups. Here’s my story…

Before f(x), I was not very interested in K-pop. I thought it was the most annoying thing for music labels to poop out pop groups all the time. My introduction into K-pop was through BoA Kwon, but that was years ago in 2003 when J-pop was still a thing. One day, all of these groups just started showing up out of nowhere. Many of them seemed like sad imitations of one another.

When I was first introduced to F(x), I was on http://www.boajjang.com . I was introduced, in fact, to 2ne1 and F(x) in 2012. Someone was telling me about how different their music was. When I first heard both groups, they didn’t sound very…

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