Hiatuses are a common occurrence in K-Pop, with some lasting just a couple months or a year, while others last much longer or end up eventually in disbandment. The following 15 girl groups have never officially disbanded (though some might have quietly done so without saying), and they’ve all had the longest periods of time between their last comeback and now. Some are certainly longer than others, but all of them have been waiting for over two years. Hopefully they’ll be able to make a return to the industry in the future!

15. Wable

Wable’s last comeback was “Ending Song” on July 13, 2018, making it 845 days since they had a release.

14. Girls’ Alert

Girls’ Alert’s last comeback was “Daddy Long Legs” on May 18, 2018, making it 901 days since they had a release.

13. Highteen

Highteen’s last comeback was “Timing” on April 18, 2018, making it 931 days since they had a release.

12. I.C.E

I.C.E’s last comeback was “Shameless” on February 23, 2018, making it 985 days since they had a release.

11. Davichi

Davichi’s last comeback was “Just the Two of Us” on February 1, 2018, making it 1,007 days since they had a release.

10. Sonamoo

Sonamoo’s last comeback was “I (Knew It)” on November 6, 2017, making it 1,094 days since they had a release.

9. Playback

Playback’s last comeback was “Want You To Say” on October 28, 2017, making it 1,103 days since they had a release.

8. Girls’ Generation

Girls’ Generation’s last comeback was “Holiday” on August 4, 2018, making it 1,188 days since they had a release.

7. P.O.P

P.O.P’s last comeback was “Catch You” on July 26, 2017, making it 1,197 days since they had a release.

6. T-ara

T-ara’s last comeback was “What’s My Name?” on June 14, 2017, making it 1,239 days since they had a release.

5. Rubber Soul

Rubber Soul’s last comeback was “Love Is” on May 30, 2017, making it 1,254 days since they had a release.

4. Bonus Baby

Bonus Baby’s last comeback was “If I Become An Adult” on April 20, 2017, making it 1,294 days since they had a release.

3. Girl’s Day

Girl’s Day’s last comeback was “I’ll Be Yours” on March 27, 2017, making it 1,318 days since they had a release.

2. Dal Shabet

Dal Shabet’s last comeback was “FRI. SAT. SUN” on September 28, 2016, making it 1,498 days since they had a release.

1. 4Ten

4Ten’s last comeback was “Severely” on February 22, 2016, making it 1,717 days since they had a release.