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K-Pop Girl Groups That Make the Most Comebacks

  •  1 Apr

A lot of preparation goes into K-pop comebacks, and these girl groups work extremely hard to deliver consistent and flawless promotions.


Let's look at the top 5 girl groups with the most frequent comebacks!



OH MY GIRL


Image Source: WM Entertainment


OH MY GIRL debuted in 2015 with a self-titled EP and title track 'Cupid.' As of now, the girls have released 4 albums, 8 EPs, and 23 singles with an average of 147 days between each comeback.



Red Velvet


Image Source: SM Entertainment


Red Velvet debuted as 4 members with their 2014 song 'Happiness' and later became 5 members with the addition of Yeri for 'Ice Cream Cake' in 2015. Red Velvet has released 3 albums, 11 EPs, and 23 singles so far, and the girls average 145 days between each comeback.



Dreamcatcher


Image Source: Dreamcatcher Company


Dreamcatcher originated as the girl group MINX, who debuted in 2014. The girls rebranded and debuted as Dreamcatcher with 2 additional members in 2017. The group's discography currently includes 5 albums, 8 EPs, and 17 singles. Dreamcatcher continues to stay active with comebacks every 141 days on average.



(G)I-DLE


Image Source: Cube Entertainment


(G)I-DLE debuted in 2018 with the song 'Latata.' The girls have already released 1 album, 6 EPs, and 11 singles, in addition to various collaborations and special promotions. Based on their official releases, (G)I-DLE's average time between comebacks is 128 days.



TWICE


Image Source: JYP Entertainment


TWICE was formed through the 2015 survival show 'Sixteen' and made their debut later that same year. Since then, TWICE has released 7 albums, 10 EPs, and 28 singles. They are the girl group with the most frequent comebacks, with an average gap of only 120 days (4 months) between promotions.



Image Source: Cube Entertainment, JYP Entertainment


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