Line distributions in K-Pop songs have long been a point of controversy among fans. Some don’t like to see some members getting way more lines than others, while other fans think that there is a reason why certain members tend to get more singing time than others. Whatever your opinion is, the following 20 songs are particularly uneven in terms of line distribution, and though not all of them are representative of all of the group’s songs, some of them (such as SISTAR) do have a trend towards giving certain members more lines. Check out the distributions below.

1. “Adios” by EVERGLOW

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2. “The Boots” by Gugudan

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3. “You and I” by Dreamcatcher

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4. “I Like That” by SISTAR

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5. “Cherry Bomb” by NCT 127

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6. “Hi High” by LOONA

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7. “Like OOH-AHH” by TWICE

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8. “April Story” by APRIL

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9. “Blood Sweat & Tears” by BTS

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10. “I Am the Best” by 2NE1

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11. “I Can’t Stand the Rain” by SuperM

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12. “Q&A” by Cherry Bullet

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13. “Gorilla” by PENTAGON

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14. “Elvis” by AOA

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15. “No More Perfume On You” by TEEN TOP

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16. “Only You” by miss A

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17. “Say My Name” by ATEEZ

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18. “Fanfare” by SF9

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19. “Me Gustas Tu” by GFRIEND

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20. “It’s Raining” by SNUPER

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