X–5 is a five member boy group signed to Open World Entertainment. They debuted in early 2011 with their single “Don‘t Put On An Act“, and quickly created a huge splash in the Music industry. X–5 gained quite a bit of interest from oversea countries such as Indonesia, Singapore, and Japan, and were already asked to perform at many KPOP events just weeks after their debut. X–5 made a comeback in early 2012 with their first mini–album titled “Dangerous.”
It was announced in 2013 that the group disbanded, and it is largely speculated that it is because of the CEO of Open World Entertainment‘s scandal. Some of the members are now apart of the yet to debut group LU:KUS.