The recommendation for webtoon is for this type of comic around 20 panels a page, once a week. This works best with the algorithms they have. What normally happens is this- each time you update it averages out how many PV you have per episode and then for "by popularity" listing, raises and drops you accordingly. Because of this many comics drop a bit for the day until their subscribers realize that their person updated and go look. This also means new people just browsing through the comics will have a harder time finding you as you are further and further down the list.
My recommendation, go-ahead and combine those pages into a single update, determine which pages you can combine and then make a update schedule for yourself. Once a week to start would probably be best. In the meantime focus on making comics that fit the 20+ panel guideline and try to build a buffer. Lastly, remember that it will take time for people to find your comic and subscribe. Subscriber yourself (you can do that!) ask friends, and when there are good threads to do so- mention and link your comic within the forum.
Consider looking at other comics that are doing well in discover and see how they lay out panels, do their spacing, story pacing, and how many panels per comic. I recommend looking at DISCOVER section comics as most of those are just one or two people, where some of the feature ones have teams of 5 or more (plus they have editors to help!).