The Best K-pop Girl Groups With 7 Members

Here are the best Kpop girl groups with seven members, ranked by fans everywhere. While some groups, like CLC and Rainbow, have always featured a seven-member lineup, others went through several lineup changes, but have released music as seven, like AOA and Oh My Girl. From first generation girl groups to new and recent artists, this list of 7-member girl groups features some of the greatest Kpop girl groups of all time, like Dreamcatcher, Brave Girls, and DIA.

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  • 1
    1,575 VOTES
    Photo: Dreamcatcher Company

    Members: JiU, SuA, Siyeon, Handong, Yoohyeon, Dami, and Gahyeon ​​​​​ 

    Debut Year: 2017

    Formerly known as Minx, Dreamcatcher reformed themselves a rock-heavy group with dark concepts. Thanks to their unique sounds, the group is steadily rising in popularity all over the world, already having toured in South America, Europe, and Southeast Asia. 

    • Labels: Dreamcatcher Company
  • 2
    1,031 VOTES
    Photo: Cube Entertainment

    Members: Seungyeon, Seunghee, Yujin, Sorn, Yeeun, Elkie, and Eunbin ​​​​

    Debut Year: 2015 

    The second girl group from Cube, CLC is known for experimenting with many different music styles. From hip hop to EDM, the versatile girl group was featured on 88rising's Asia Rising Forever concert livestream in May 2020. 

    • Labels: Cube Entertainment
  • 3
    481 VOTES
    Photo: JYP Entertainment

    Members: Lily, Haewon, Sullyoon, Jinni, Bae, Jiwoo, and Kyujin

    Debut Year: 2022

    NMIXX is the latest girl group formed by JYP Entertainment's sub-label, SQU4D. The "N" in their group name stands for "now, new, close and the unknown" while "Mixx" stands for "combination and diversity."

    • Labels: JYP Entertainment, SQU4D
  • 4
    690 VOTES
    Cherry Bullet
    Photo: FNC Entertainment

    Members: Haeyoon, Yuju, Bora, Jiwon, Remi, Chaerin, and May​​​​​ (Former members: Mirae, Linlin, and Kokoro)

    Debut Year: 2019

    Debuting with the track "Q&A," Cherry Bullet saw relative success for a rookie group. However, three members left the group at the end of the year. In February 2020, Cherry Bullet, as seven, released the single "Hands Up."

    • Labels: FNC Entertainment