In the modern day and age of K-Pop, you would think that most companies would realize that fans usually like to see lines be more evenly distributed between members than they often are. While some groups are definitely better at this than others, there are still those that seem to favor some members over the rest. The following 15 K-Pop music videos have the most views since their release, and all of them have come out since September 1 or after, making them the biggest hits of fall so far! These are the line distributions of those songs to see just how fair (or not) they are.

15. “Zig Zag” by Weeekly

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14. “Feel Good (Secret Code)” by fromis_9

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13. “Wanna Be Myself” by MAMAMOO

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12. “One (Monster & Infinity)” by SuperM

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11. “The Stealer” by The Boyz

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10. “Daisy” by PENTAGON

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9. “From Home” by NCT U

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8. “Home;Run” by SEVENTEEN

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7. “I Love You” by TREASURE

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6. “Tiger Inside” by SuperM

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5. “Helicopter” by CLC

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3. “Make A Wish (Birthday Song)” by NCT U

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2. “Back Door” by Stray Kids

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1. “Lovesick Girls” by BLACKPINK

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