33. 사랑을 미룰 순 없나요 (Love Does Not Wait) Average score: 5.31 10 – @send photo; 8 – @junglefish, @Serg. 1 – @PopZeitgeist So here is the thing most solo tracks in this rate have in common: they are ballads, and we all know how that's gonna go down in a PopJustice rate. But tbh y'all got it pretty right this time. Raina is the first to have hers eliminated, as Love Does Not Wait is only the third song out. I appreciate the R&B touches and the hook in the chorus is charming, but overall it really doesn’t amount to much. I think 5.31 is a pretty generous average for this, a cute little album track but nothing more. @ryan_riot92 starts us off with “Meh …” and honestly that's all this write-up deserves. @Squashua is imagining another song that's probably more exciting than what we actually got with Love Does Not Wait: “Not Orange Caramel having a Sistar rnb ballad for an album track. I was waiting for whoever the Korean equivalent to Boyz II Men is to drop in for verse 2. Fantastic singing but a little charity single-esque.” Speaking of charity, or lack thereof, @GeiPanda does some dragging: “It’s not terrible… but just incredibly predictable as a Raina solo song.” and @He agrees: “cute ballad, nice vocals… a bit typical though.” Kii. Not @Slice of Life being cynical: “LOVE DOES NOT EXIST. Oh yes, destroy the True Love Waits believers, woke kweens! This is a cute ballad. I don't mind it. I also won't listen to it again.” Honestly though, how many of us will? Oh wait, @junglefish decided to serve the judges some self-awareness on this runway: “Raina is living her solo diva fantasy. Sounds like a cheesy early 2000s ballad, so of course I love it.” You do you, sis. Meanwhile @SloMover pads this write-up a bit, “It's fine. I haven't listened to this since it came out which says everything that needs to be said tbh.” Ok then, we’ll end it here.