These 15 K-Pop Groups Took The Longest To Have Their First Comeback

These groups had to wait a long time for their much-awaited comebacks.

Some K-Pop groups surprise fans with how quickly they have comebacks, especially these days, with companies pushing their idols to release new music on a regular basis. Sometimes, however, it takes an artist a long time to have a comeback! The reason isn’t usually clear, but it’s undoubtedly frustrating for everyone involved when this happens. These 15 groups certainly had to wait a long time, and their patience and tenacity are inspiring.

15. G-reyish: 12 months

Debut: “Johnny GoGo” (June 2017)

Comeback: “With a Smile” (May 2018)

14. APL: 1 year, 1 month

Debut: “Might Die” (February 2016)

Comeback: “Don’t Be Mad” (March 2017)

13. FLASHE: 1 year, 3 months

Debut: “Drop It Pop It” (July 2012)

Comeback: “Oh Ye Yo” (October 2013)

12. F1RST: 1 year, 3 months

Debut: “You Love Me, I Love You” (August 2010)

Comeback: “Ma Ma My” (November 2011)

11. Melody Day: 1 year, 3 months

Debut: “Another Parting” (February 2014)

Comeback: “#LOVEME” (June 2015)

10. VIVID: 1 year, 3 months

Debut: “Gotcha!” (March 2012)

Comeback: “Breathless” (June 2013)

9. WINNER: 1 year, 6 months

Debut: “Empty” (August 2014)

Comeback: “Sentimental” (February 2016)

8. N-SONIC: 1 year, 7 months

Debut: “Super Boy” (October 2011)

Comeback: “Lie” (May 2013)

7. NCT U: 1 year, 10 months

Debut: “The 7th Sense” (April 2016)

Comeback: “Boss” (February 2018)

6. Cross Gene: 2 years

Debut: “La-Di Da-Di” (June 2012)

Comeback: “Amazing -Bad Lady-” (June 2014)

5. Playback: 2 years, 4 months

Debut: “Playback” (June 2015)

Comeback: “Want You to Say” (October 2017)

4. Pocket Girls: 2 years, 6 months

Debut: “Bbang Bbang” (April 2015)

Comeback: “Oppa is Trash” (October 2017)

3. Live High: 2 years, 9 months

Debut: “Hakuna Matata” (July 2013)

Comeback: “Happy Song” (May 2016)

2. Six Bomb: 3 years, 4 months

Debut: “Chiki Chiki Bomb” (January 2012)

Comeback: “Step to Me” (May 2015)

1. SHU-I: 3 years, 10 months

Debut: “Bomb Bomb Bomb” (September 2009)

Comeback: “Don’t Be Down” (July 2013)

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