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7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

Many fans are well aware of the uneven line distributions in K-pop songs. There would be one or two members who get the least amount of lines in a track, such as having just a single line. The list below are K-pop idols who had only one line in a certain song by their group. Their lines are either sung once or several times throughout the song.

7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

TWICE Nayeon

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7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

While Nayeon often had multiple lines in TWICE’s songs since she’s one of the lead vocalists, she also experienced singing only one line. It is in TWICE’s 2016 song “I’m Gonna Be a Star,” where she can only be heard singing the chorus “I’m gonna be a star” several times. In fact, Nayeon admitted to disliking this song because she doesn’t have a lot of parts in it.

BTS V

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7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

BTS V is another K-pop idol who had only one line in a particular song of his group. He was given the line “Ssak da bultaewora bow wow wow” in BTS’ 2016 hit “Fire” and sang twice during the chorus part.

Huening Bahiyyih

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7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

Many fans probably know that Huening Bahiyyih is one of the Kep1er members given the least amount of lines. In fact, in the girl group’s debut song “WA DA DA,” Bahiyyih’s solo line was only “Stand up, uri hamkke higher higher.” But she did have little lines like “Hey!” and “Yeah, yeah” in the chorus.

Stray Kids Lee Know

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7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

Stray Kids Lee Know is also known for often getting a few lines in his group’s songs. One example is “God’s Menu,” where he only sang “Du, du, du, du, du, du Ige uri tang, tang, tang, tang.” Although he sang it twice in the track, it’s still the same line.

EVERGLOW Onda

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7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

EVERGLOW Onda also joins our list of K-pop idols who got only one line in their group’s songs. In particular, she only sang “See you later da piryo eopseo, see you later” in EVERGLOW’s “Adios.” Like Lee Know, she also sang it twice as it is part of the chorus, but they are the exact same words.

ATEEZ Yeosang

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7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

In ATEEZ’s smash hit “Wonderland,” Yeosang may have two lines but they are both so short that when combined, they form just one line. Plus, he didn’t repeat any of the two lines unlike the K-pop idols listed above. Those lines are “Sanggwa neopseo nan” and “kkeute sijak.”

Shuhua

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7 K-pop Idols Who Were Given Only One Line in Their Group’s Songs

To cap off our list, we have here (G)I-DLE Shuahua who is also like ATEEZ Yeosang. She had multiple little lines in (G)I-DLE’s “HWAA” that can create only one line. Those lines are “Beoseon ario” (in the refrain) and “Bureul jipyeora” (in the pre-chorus/bridge). According to her profiles online, Shuhua is the sub-vocalist of (G)I-DLE, hence, maybe that’s the reason she is given a few lines.

Do you know other K-pop idols who got only one line in their group’s songs? Name them in the comment box below, along with their lines.

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Written by Maria Scott

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