BTS (방탄소년단) is on top of the world right now. Their latest album “Map of the Soul: Persona” is proof that they’ve been growing from strength to strength.
In the short amount of time since becoming global superstars, the 7-piece boyband has not only performed on SNL and made history with 2 sold-out dates at London’s Wembley Stadium, they were also named one of TIME’s most influential people of 2019.
With that being said, their hard work has paid off. Not only is their popularity growing, their bank accounts have been increasing in numbers as well. For all you ARMYs out there, do y’all know what is BTS’s net worth?
As a group, BTS’s current earnings are estimated to be at USD$60 million in 2019. Those money are generated largely from music sales, tours, and merchandise. It also helps that they have major endorsements with famous brands such as Coca-Cola, Mattel and Sanrio.
Check out what are the net worths of the boys individually:
1. Jungkook – US$8 million
This BTS maknae has already purchased a $1.7 million dollar apartment. In cold hard cash!
2. Jin – US$8 million
Like his fellow BTS member, Jin also bought a separate home as an investment.
3. RM – US$8 million
President RM sets aside a sum of his earnings to support his favourite artists/creators. One of them is his favourite wood coffee table, George Nakashima.
4. V – US$8 million
Those who love V knows that photography is his passion. With his financial status, he can start pursuing his own Vante art gallery.
5. Jimin – US$8 million
Fans love to call him “sexy cutie”. That’s because his smile never fails to light up the room. With those ka-ching, he’s probably smiling all the way to the bank too.
6. Suga – US$8 million
If you’ve seen BTS take their Buzzfeed personality quiz, then you’ve probably realised that Suga can be quite business-minded. When picking a favourite house, Suga previously picked a castle-like mansion, explaining that it could be a good investment in the future.
7. J-Hope – US$12 million
There’s no official explanation on why J-Hope’s net worth is much higher than the rest of the boys. Some think that his 2018 mixtape “Hope World” (which reached #1 on the US World chart) – among other things – could have contributed to that.