With the year nearly half over, there have been so many great K-Pop comebacks from both new and more experienced artists! From second-generation groups like Super Junior to rookies like ENHYPEN and TREASURE, there’s been something for pretty much every fan of any age to enjoy.

Here’s a look at the line distributions of the 15 most-watched boy group MVs of the year so far, from the least to most evenly distributed songs.

15. “My Treasure” by TREASURE

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Difference between most and least lines: 32%

14. “Cinema” by CIX

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Difference between most and least lines: 25.7%

13. “Film Out” by BTS

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Difference between most and least lines: 24.5%

12. “DO or NOT” by PENTAGON

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Difference between most and least lines: 18.1%

11. “House Party” by Super Junior

house party

Difference between most and least lines: 17.9%

10. “Fireworks (I’m The One)” by ATEEZ

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Difference between most and least lines: 16.8%

9. “Butter” by BTS

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Difference between most and least lines: 14.8%

8. “Why Why Why” by iKON

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Difference between most and least lines: 13.3%

7. “Gimme Gimme” by NCT 127

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Difference between most and least lines: 10.9%

6. “Hot Sauce” by NCT Dream

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Difference between most and least lines: 10.7%

5. “One” by ASTRO

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Difference between most and least lines: 9.6%

4. “Don’t Call Me” by SHINee

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Difference between most and least lines: 8.5%

3. “Asurabalbalta” by T1419

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Difference between most and least lines: 7.9%

2. “Close” by AB6IX

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Difference between most and least lines: 7%

1. “Drunk-Dazed” by ENHYPEN

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Difference between most and least lines: 6.7%