The 10 Richest Korean Stars In Hollywood

The 10 Richest Korean Stars In Hollywood


More Korean dramas, films, music, and celebrities are becoming more well-known outside, thanks to the stratospheric and historic success of Parasite, Squid Game, and BTS. The wealthiest people in the Korean TV world have already made it to Hollywood. We're putting a lot of emphasis on the celebrities who not only have highly sought-after careers but also outfits! These K-drama actors, actresses, and K-Pop celebrities are revered in the industry as some of the most outstanding performers ever. It's hardly surprising that most of them can make between 30 and 100 million won per episode, given their years of acting experience.

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Additionally, they have the right to demand up to 1 billion won in modelling and commercial costs! Imagine how much it costs luxury companies like Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Loro Piano, Chaumet, and Roger Vivier to hire these celebrities for around a year to promote the brand worldwide. Here is a list of the wealthiest Korean Stars In Hollywood.

 

10 Claudia Kim

After appearing in several Hollywood blockbusters, Claudia Kim has undoubtedly established herself as a name to remember. You may recognize her as Dr. Helen Cho, the geneticist assigned to assist the Avengers in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015). But in addition to that part, she played Nagini in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018). Claudia reveals that she was requested to play an impromptu scene in which a human turns into a snake during her audition for the renowned Harry Potter prequel, granted her role. She currently has an estimated $1.25 million in net worth.

 

9 HoYeon Jung

HoYeon Jung attracted the attention of Hollywood after making her breakthrough debut in the worldwide smash hit Squid Game. She currently has a $4 million net worth. She had an appearance in Canadian singer The Weeknd's Out of Time music video and was cast in the upcoming A24 film The Governesses, which, interestingly, also stars Lily-Rose Depp, just like Jennie. According to Deadline, she will play one of three young rebellious governesses who take their charges on sensual escapades alongside Depp and Renate Reinsve. After the success of Squid Game, the model, who began her career on the runway at age 16, returned to her origins in fashion as an ambassador for Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, and Chanel.

8 Park Seo-Joon

Since he was revealed to appear in Marvel's next Captain Marvel sequel, The Marvels, with Brie Larson and Zawe Ashton, Park Seo-Joon's arrival in Hollywood has been eagerly awaited. Though Screen Rant has refuted the claim, Marvel fans believe that Park may be portraying Korean-American young hero Amadeus Cho, the son of Dr. Helen Cho. Park Seo-Joon, 33, is regarded in South Korea as the King of K-Drama Romcoms and has a $5 million net worth due to several lucrative dramas, including a cameo in the Oscar-winning thriller Parasite (2019).

7 Cha Eun-woo

Due to his offer of the lead part in the upcoming movie K-pop: Lost in America, K-pop idol Cha Eun-woo is anticipated to make his way into Hollywood shortly, according to Soompi. A K-pop boy band is lost in Texas and struggles to get to New York for their international debut in the movie. Charles Melton and Australian comedian Rebel Wilson are also slated to appear. Cha made his singing debut with the group Astro in 2016, and his attractiveness has contributed to his rise to fame in songs like My ID is Gangnam Beauty (2018) and True Beauty (2020). According to Mnet's TMI News Show, he is regarded as having the highest-paying second job as an actor, with a net worth between $8 million and $10 million.

6 Blackpink’s Jennie

Jennie, the lead singer of the K-pop group Blackpink, is thought to have a net worth of $10 million. She is the second member of Blackpink after Jisoo to try acting, appearing in The Idol on HBO opposite The Weeknd and Johnny Depp's daughter, Lily-Rose Depp. After being released last week, the official teaser trailer has already received over 1.5 million views. The Idol, a Sam Levinson-produced film, centres on the friendship between a young female pop singer and her cult self-help guru.


5 Lee Jung-Jae

Lee Jung-Jae, another Squid Game star, joined the American Creative Artists Agency, which has a distinguished clientele that includes actors Brad Pitt, Tom Hanks, George Clooney, and prominent director Steven Spielberg. He also became a producer and director, so his Hollywood door is wide open.With the spy-action picture Hunt, in which he also stars, he made his directorial debut at the Cannes Film Festival in May. Before Squid Game, Lee, a multi-hyphenated artist who began as a model and dipped his toes into acting in 1993, was well-known in South Korea thanks to hits like An Affair (1998) and Il Mare (2000), and Assassination (2015). He currently has a $12 million estimated net worth.


4 Yoo Teo

According to reports, actor Yoo Teo has been cast as Greta Lee's lead in the A24 film Past Lives. The movie will portray the love tale of a man and a woman who first met as children in South Korea and later reunited as adults. Yoo has already made appearances in several international ventures, but this is his Hollywood debut. He became a star in the Russian movie Leto (2018), as well as in the Vietnamese drama Bitcoin Heist (2016) and the Thai drama The Moment (2017). He recently appeared in Love to Hate You and Dr. Brain. He is thought to be worth $18 million because of his ventures.


3 Lee Byung Hun

A multi-faceted actor, Lee Byung Hun, with a $20 Million net worth, rose to fame for his great appearances in the GI Joe movie franchise with his role as Storm Shadow. Before these, the actor had already gained recognition in The Good, the Bad, the Weird (2008) and Red 2 (2013). With his success, he also became the first South Korean actor to be a presenter at the 88th Academy Awards. He was also considered one of the first Asian actors to have his handprint imprinted at the iconic Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.


2 Bae Doona

According to K-drama Stars, Korean actress Bae Doona is making a comeback to Hollywood to star in Netflix's upcoming science fiction movie Rebel Moon. Along with Ray Fisher, Charlie Hunnam, and Djimon Hounsou, Bae will demonstrate her fighting prowess. Rebel Moon, directed by Zack Snyder, known for 300, Wonder Woman, and Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, is set in a space colony where a soldier accepts the duty of asking other planets for assistance to preserve her inhabitants. Bae, who has a net worth of $20 million and has appeared in Cloud Atlas (2012), Jupiter Ascending (2015), and Netflix's Sense8, is a well-known Korean actor in Hollywood (2015). She most recently appeared on Netflix in The Silent Sea and Kingdom (2019-present).


1 Rain

Rain is known as a K-Pop sensation with a $60 million net worth, but he's also had several acting careers that eventually got him his Hollywood debut. In 2008, he was cast for his first Hollywood action film, playing Taejo Togokahn, a rookie racer in Speed Racer. After this, he landed the lead role of Raizen in Ninja Assassin (2009). Hats off to his acting and action stunts, despite the tragic premise of this action film. Rain portrays a ninja who was taught to kill and who loses the love of his life. As he ages, he realizes what's wrong and changes his mind.

SOURCES: The Teal Mango, Business Upturn, Metro Style

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