BTS: How much do you earn per year? K-Pop band income
BTS has an impressive global fame, this positions them as striking and highly profitable artists, not only in the musical medium, how much money does the band earn per year?
Bangtan Sonyeondan gains more popularity thanks to its huge presence in the music industry, both in South Korea and in all territories of the world, racking up impressive earnings.
One of the doubts of the fans is how much money the boy band generates per year. Between album sales, official merchandise, brand collaborations, campaigns, and other activities, his annual income adds up to an impressive amount.
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How much does BTS charge per concert and appearing in a performance? Your annual income
BTS has a presence in several branches of business, although the main one is music, since HYBE is focused on ARMY to have a round experience with his idols; in addition to listening to their songs, wearing their clothes, having their own record collection, learning Korean from the kids and much more.
In 2021, BTS ranks 4th in the list of the highest paid musicians worldwide with revenues of 50 million dollars, this only in their promotions and schedule of 2020, we have to add other activities.
The band charges around 5 million dollars per concert, taking into account the amount and its multiple presentations, it is believed that they can charge more than 4.37 million dollars per advertisement and the same for a special event. There is no doubt that he is one of the K-Pop artists that generates the most money in a year.
Big Hit Entertainment's profits reflect the impact on BTS's economy
During 2020, the Big Hit Entertainment company reported that its total revenue in that year was 796 billion won, increasing its profit by 35% from the previous year, this amid the global health situation.
Although BTS is not the only group under the company, it is one of the ones that generates the most money with the purchases of ARMY, who are the engine of the economy that moves the singers and rappers of BTS.
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