f(x) "Electronic Shock" Recitation Version Music Video Revealed, Directed by Yoo Sae Yoon

By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 07:43 AM EDT

f(x) Yoo sae Yoon directing
f(x) Yoo sae Yoon directing (Photo : f(x) Yoo sae Yoon directing)

f(x) "Electric Shock" recitation version was recently revealed. 

f(x) guest starred on the 17th on Mnet's "Yoo Sae Yoon's Art Video." They allowed him to direct a new music video for their song, "Electric Shock." WIth the help of Kim Bosung's narration, a never before tried recitation version of the song.

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In this music vide of "Electric Shock," all of the f(x) members minus Sully were seen acting as if they had all been hit by lightning. Their dulled out expressions were especially funny. The dreamlike colors and Kim Bosung's narration combined with the sincere acting of the f(x) members made it definitely interesting to watch.

Viewers commented, "You have to watch this. Watch it twice," and, "I thought it would be a recitation only in the beginning but it was like that throughout the whole video." They also wrote, "In this midst of all this Krystal's beauty still shines," and, "Victoria, Amber, Luna, and Krystal all look like they are trying really hard."

f(x) finished their activity with their song, "Electric Shock" on the 15th. They will continue to function without Sully, who's busy preparing for the SBS drama, "To My Lovely."

Tagged :  f(x), Electric Shock

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