Krystal Jung (Korean name: Jung Soo-Jung; Hangul: 정수정; Hanja: 鄭秀晶; born October 24, 1994), better known mononymously as f(x) Krystal, is a Korean American South Korean idol singer and actress. Discovered by S.M. Entertainment in 2000, she began filming for commercials and music videos by 2002. She is currently a member of the Korean quintet girl group f(x), formed by SM Entertainment in 2009.
Full Name: Krystal Jung/Jung Soo Jung (Korean Name)
Position: Lead Vocalist, Maknae
Birthday: October 24, 1994
Height: 165 cm (5‘5)
Blood Type: A
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA
Education: Korea Kent Foreign School, Hanlim High School
Languages: Korean, English, Chinese
•She loves taking selcas.
•Is the younger sister of Jessica of Girl‘s Generation/SNSD.
•Her voice sounds more mature than her sister Jessica.
•She believes that Jessica is prettier than her.
•Was in Shinhwa‘s “Wedding March” MV.
•Was in SHINee‘s “Juliette” MV.
•Was in Rain‘s “Still Believe” MV.
•Was in Alex‘s “Sweet Dreams” MV.
•Was in the sitcom “High Kick: Season 3“.
•Co-host of The M Wave music show along with MBLAQ’s Thunder.
•She will pick someone who is uglier than her as a boyfriend because she doesn’t want her him to have a lot of girl fans and stalk him while they are dating.
•She and Sulli are the cooking princesses of their group.
•She loves hats and get‘s irritated when the hats she likes are itchy.
•She likes mangos, beef, and Mexican burritos.
•She would rather wear sneakers than heels.
•She always has lotion in her bag.
•She would rather have people call her by her Korean name, Soo Jung, over Krystal.
•She is the only member who doesn’t stay in the dorm and lives with her parents.
•She loves apples but is allergic to them.
•She hates cucumbers.
•She has a bear keychain with Harvard University written on it.
•During an SM Town concert in LA, Krystal signed for all the fans at Sheraton Hotel until the security lady told her to stop.
•She admires Christina Aguilera.
Krystal was born in San Francisco, California, where her family from South Korea settled in the 1980s. During a family trip to South Korea in early 2000, when Krystal was five years old, she and her older sister Jessica were spotted by talent agency S.M. Entertainment, which earned her a cameo appearance in Shinhwa’s “Wedding March” music video. The agency saw potential in both Krystal and her sister and offered them singing and dancing lessons, opting to professionally train them in a singing career.