BTS is one of the most famous and transcendental K-pop groups of recent years, as well as one of the most representative of South Korea in the world.
Their announcement about the hiatus that the seven members will take to focus on their careers caused a stir among his millions of followers on five continents, who experienced a mixture of feelings and uncertainty because each one will continue with their projects, they will go to the service military, but they will continue to attend to their commitments with the ARMY.
For almost 10 years of existence, BTS has been showered with international awards, gained millions of fans, and has been one of the biggest boy bands in history.
Songs like Butter, Dope, Blood Sweat & Tears, Dynamite, and Boy in Luv have been at the top of Billboard’s top airplay charts and song charts.
All these achievements and the fact that they will take an indefinite break, have made us think what is the value of the band in terms of the money and fortune that it has earned in its decade, regardless of the sentimental value for the last generations and the value of their talents as dancers and singers, among others.
Is there a BTS richer than another? How much money do they have?
Music has been one of the main sources of wealth for the band, made up of Jimin, Suga, Jungkook, Jin, J-Hope, V, and RM. According to estimates from Celebrity Net Worth, BTS generated $170 million from touring in 2019 alone, with Love Yourself World Tour being one of the most lucrative.
Thanks to these earnings, members collectively earned an estimated $50 million between 2019 and 2020, a little over $7 million each.
Due to the pandemic, in 2020 and early 2021, the boys continued to work and earn money with the release of Dynamite and their EP Butter, as well as virtual concerts Map of the Soul ON: E and Permission to Dance on Stage.
For its part, sponsorships are another economic income for the band. Since its inception and until now, Bangtan Boys has been the image and ambassador of ultra-luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Ouma, Samsung, Samsonite, FILA, LG, and others in advertising campaigns in Asia, America, and Europe.
It is estimated that for each advertisement or campaign, the boyband can collect up to $4 million in Korea alone.
He has also broken international box offices with his documentary Burn the Stage: The Movie which generated around 14 million dollars in tickets worldwide as well as Bring the Soul: The Movie and Breaks the Silence: The Movie.
Streaming has also dominated with the release of eight documentary episodes on YouTube based on his Wings Tour.
By 2022, all of these deals have made the band worth at least $100 million.
Fortune of Jimin, Suga, Jungkook, Jin, J-Hope, V, and RM
BTS has left an equal fortune to each of the members, so there is no member richer than another in terms of earnings within the group, estimates of Celebrity Net Worth.
And is that both Park Jimin (25 years old), Suga (28), Jungkook (24), Jin (28), J-Hope (28), V (25), and RM (27) have 20 million dollars each. their respective bank accounts.
Probably these individual fortunes will change once they start their respective projects separately and continue to collect royalties from their current work in the band.