These Are The 15 K-Pop Girl Groups Who Have Been Waiting For A Comeback The Longest

Fans are starting to lose hope that these groups will ever have a comeback at all.

A lot of fans complain about how long they have to wait between BLACKPINK‘s comebacks, but compared to the groups on this list, their hiatuses are actually relatively short! All of the girl groups on this list never had an official disbandment announcement, so they’re assumed to still be together, but given how long it’s been since some of them have come out with new music, it’s sadly possible that they never will. The list only considers full-group Korean comebacks, and not sub-unit, Japanese, or solo comebacks.

15. Highteen: 822 days

“Timing” was Highteen’s last song to come out, back on April 18, 2018.

14. I.C.E: 876 days

I.C.E’s last release was “Shameless”, released on February 23, 2018.

13. Davichi: 898 days

“Just The Two Of Us” was Davichi’s last comeback, released on February 1, 2018.

12. Hint: 925 days

Hint hasn’t had a comeback since January 5, 2018, when they released “Walkie-Talkie”.

11. SONAMOO: 985 days

SONAMOO’s last song, “I (Knew It)”, came out on November 6, 2017.

10. Playback: 994 days

Playback’s last song to come out was “Want You To Say”, which was released on October 28, 2017.

9. Rania: 1,056 days

Rania’s latest song to come out was “Beep Beep Beep”, which was released on August 27, 2017.

8. Girls’ Generation: 1,079 days

Girls’ Generation’s last full-group song to come out was “Holiday”, on August 4, 2017.

7. P.O.P: 1,088 days

P.O.P’s last song that was released was “Catch You”, which came out on July 26, 2017.

6. T-ara: 1,130 days

“What’s My Name” was the last song that T-ara came out with, on June 14, 2017.

5. Rubber Soul: 1,145 days

Rubber Soul’s latest single was “Love Is”, which was released on May 30, 2017.

4. Bonus Baby: 1,185 days

“If I Become An Adult” was Bonus Baby’s last single, and it came out on April 20, 2017.

3. Girl’s Day: 1,209 days

Girl’s Day’s last song to come out was “I’ll Be Yours”, which was released on March 27, 2017.

2. Dal Shabet: 1,389 days

Dal Shabet hasn’t had a comeback since September 28, 2016, when they released “FRI.SAT.SUN”.

1. 4TEN: 1,608 days

4TEN has been waiting the longest for a comeback, with their last release, “Severely”, having come out on February 22, 2016.