I've noticed this behaviour a lot among the K-pop fans. Groups such as GOT7 seem to suffer from it a lot. People refusing to check out the b-sides on the album simply because title track wasn't good enough for them. But most of the time non-title tracks could have been used as title tracks as well. So why is it that you refuse to do it? I'm really trying to understand it. Title track doesn't define group's whole choreography. For example, Cherry Bomb from NCT 127, probably considered one of the worst title tracks to come out this year (this is not in my opinion but on general consensus among k-pop fans) but, do you know this bop, a b-side song, it's out there, you can listen to it. B-sides are there for a reason, to cater to different tastes, if title track won't do it. Because most of the time title track is catered towards one general group of people and not the rest. International fans tastes differ a lot from those of Koreans but they're not catering towards us, they're catering towards Koreans. I didn't like Ko Ko Bop but The Eve, What U Do?, Going Crazy are bops DNA is meh but Mic Drop is lit, Best Of Me, Pied Piper are great GOT7's You Are is just fine, there's nothing wrong it, but Face, Moon U are far better I don't want to pit these groups together but two of them have something in common while latter does not and I already said it. Why is that you people check out BTS and EXO b-sides but you refuse to give chance to GOT7? Don't get me wrong. I'm in no means forcing you to listen to the group but I'd just like to see the reasoning behind it and why is there such stigma regarding some groups. PS: It's perfectly fine to not like group due to their vocals or rapping. But the simple 'I think rest of the songs will be even worse' thinking is what will destroy the K-pop not the group itself that had an unfortunate title track choice against their own will.