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f(x)’s ‘Electric Shock’ Records 600,000 Downloads Within a Week

By Staff Writer | June 21, 2012 10:15 AM EDT


Girl group f(x) seems to electrifying everyone and stopping at nothing.

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According to Gaon chart on June 21, f(x)’s mini-album title song “Electric Shock” topped the most downloaded song for the fourth week of June with a record of 630,510 downloads, within a week of its release.

Their other songs “Jet” and “Beautiful Stranger” also received attention by ranking 13th and 16th respectively.

Wonder Girls followed behind with a huge gap with song “Like This” with 334,866 downloads. The difference seems astounding, two times less than f(x)’s record.

Hyungdon and Daejune’s “The Gloomy Song” took third place followed by Big Bang’s “Monster.”

Fans are excitedly anticipating what other records f(x) will set with their new mini-album. Now f(x) seems to be gaining recognition not only in Korea but overseas revealing their full potential.

Tagged :  f(x), Electric Shock, Gaon Chart

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