Two X (Korean: 투엑스; an acronym for Top Win One X [X signifying ‘multiply’]) was a South Korean girl group formed by J. Tune Camp in 2012. The group’s last line-up included members are Jiyou, Eun, Sur-in, Eun-young. Min-joo left the group in January 2016.
On August 16, 2012, Two X made their stage debut on the music television program M Countdown and released their debut single “Double Up”. This was followed shortly by their second single “Ring Ma Bell”.
In 2014, Two X ended their contract with J. Tune Camp and signed a record deal with Star Gaze Entertainment.
In January 2016, it was announced that key member Min-joo had left the group.
On August 23, 2016, the group released the song “Over” in promotion of their new EP, Reboot. It was their first release in three years and their first release as a four-member group.
During the later half of 2017, Two X ceased activities and on June 26, 2018, when a fan asked Eun on Instagram if Two X was disbanded, she confirmed they had disbanded.