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The Net Worth of BTS is Super Sweet Dreams

According to a report from Filmdaily.co, the net worth of the members of BTS is estimated at US$450 million.

No wonder they look so happy when performing at a BTS concert.

BTS’ Net Worth Rises as Shares Of Music Label “Big Hit” Double IPO Price

BTS Net worth has increased a lot after the shares of their management company Big Hit Entertainment doubled its IPO price on the debut date.

Bangtan Boys (nicknamed “BTS” is a popular band from South Korea, which is immensely popular throughout the world. The band consists of seven members namely RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. The band members made millions of dollars as their company Big Hit Entertainment opened with double the IPO price.

Latest IPO surge for Big Hit Entertainment

The shares of the K pop agency Big Hit Entertainment Co. doubled on the first day of trading and boosted the fortunes of its billionaire founder. It also increased the wealth of the seven multimillionaire members of the BTS boy band that has billions of fans. Most of the money inflow in the company was from the pop sensation and shares opened at 270,000 won (US$235.70 per share), as reported by Bloomberg.

This set the value of the company at 9.6 trillion won (US$83 billion) when its IPO price was 135,000 won per share last month. This implies that the stock rose around 30% in early trading. This further implies that the Big Hit Entertainment is likely to be among the top 10 debuts on the South Korean stock market when the first-day closing prices are considered.

90% of Big Hit Entertainments’ revenue comes from the K-Pop band BTS which makes the band an integral part of the success story of the company. This also makes the company at risk because, in South Korea, male citizens between 18 and 28 are required to serve in the military for two years. The BTS band members are nearing the upper age-limit like Kim Seok Jin who is already 27 years of age.

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