J Hope Net Worth (June, 2023): Facts, Earnings, Age, Height, Girlfriend

J Hope Net Worth: $25 Million (approx.)

Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:Feb 18, 1994
Place of Birth:Buk District, Gwangju, South Korea
Age:28 years

J-Hope net worth is around $25 million. J-Hope is a famous South Korean rapper, dancer, songwriter, and record producer. who Hope is well known for being a rapper in the South Korean boy band BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys.

J-Hope Net Worth
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As per Forbes, BTS had estimated earnings of US$50 million for 2020, making them the 47th highest-paid celebrities in the world.

Besides their income from their music, merchandise and tours, the BTS members all have 68,385 shares in Hybe (formerly Big Hit Entertainment) that they received when the company entered the stock market last October. The value of their stock had increased to US$17 million each by June 19, according to E-Today News.

What is J Hope Net Worth?

J-Hope net worth is around $25 million. J-Hope is the highest earning member, according to reports from media outlets including Seoul Space and KpopStarz, due to the success of his solo mixtape “Hope World” released in March 2018.

J-Hope Net Worth

The single Daydream from the project got him his first No 1 on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart. He was also the first member to have a solo Hot 100 hit with the song Chicken Noodle Soup.

J-Hope was the first member to buy his own flat by paying around US$1.2 million in 2016.

J-Hope Biography:

BornJung Ho-seok
February 18, 1994 (age 28)
Buk District, Gwangju, South Korea
Alma materGlobal Cyber University
OccupationRapper,singer,songwriter,dancer,record producer
Years active2012–present
Awards Hwagwan Order of Cultural Merit (2018)
Musical career
GenresHip hop,K-pop
LabelsBig Hit
Member ofBTS

J-Hope was born as Jung Hoseok on February 18, 1994 in Gwangju, South Korea. J-Hope lived with his parents and older sister, Jung Ji-woo.

J-Hope Biography
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In March 2019, J-Hope enrolled at Hanyang Cyber University for the Master of Business Administration program in Advertising and Media. He previously graduated from Global Cyber University with a degree in Broadcasting and Entertainment.

J-Hope Career:

Before being with BTS, J-Hope was part of an underground dance team called Neuron, and took dance classes at Gwangju Music Academy for six years, from fourth grade to his first year in high school when he signed with Big Hit Entertainment.

J-Hope was relatively well known for his dance skills, and won various local prizes, including first place in a national dance competition in 2008.

J-Hope dancing eventually led to an interest in singing, and he auditioned to become an idol trainee. While a trainee, J-Hope appeared as a featured rapper on singer Jo Kwon’s song “Animal”, released in 2012.

BTS was formed in 2013. On June 13, 2013, J-Hope made his debut as a member of BTS on M! Countdown

BTS released their debut studio album Dark & Wild in Korean in 2014. That album reached #2 in Korea and #3 on the US World chart. The group released the Korean album Wings in 2016 which reached #1 in Korea and #1 on the US World chart.

BTS released the Korean album Love Yourself: Tear in 2018 which reached #1 in Korea and on the Billboard 200 chart as well as on the US World chart. The album also reached #2 in Canada, #3 in Japan, and the Top 10 in several other countries.

BTS released the Japanese album Wake Up in 2014 which reached #3 in Japan and their Japanese album Youth was released in 2016 and reached #1 in Japan.

Their Japanese album Face Yourself was released in 2018 and reached #1 in Japan and on the US World chart. They have had many #1 singles including “Fire”, “Blood Sweat & Tears”, “Spring Day”, “Not Today”, “DNA”, “Fake Love”, “For You”, and “Chi, Ase Namida”. J-Hope released the mixtape Hope World in 2018 which reached #1 on the US World chart.

J-Hope Solo Releases

J-Hope released his first solo mixtape, Hope World, worldwide on March 1, 2018. Mixtape was accompanied by a music video for the lead single “Daydream“. A music video for the B-side single “Airplane” was released on March 6.

Hope World debuted at number 63 and peaked at number 38 on the Billboard 200, making him the highest-charting Korean solo act on the ranking up to that point. 6 of the album’s tracks entered the World Digital Song Sales chart, including “Daydream”, which peaked atop the chart, making J-Hope one of only ten Korean artists, including BTS, to reach number one.

In June, 2022, Hybe announced J-Hope as the first member of BTS to begin promotions as a solo artist. J-Hope debut solo album Jack in the Box, released on July 15, was preceded by the lead single “More” on July 1.

J-Hope performed at Lollapalooza on July 31, as the headlining act for the final day of the festival. J-Hope is the first South Korean artist to headline a main stage at a major United States music festival.

J-Hope Philanthropy:

J-Hope is a member of the “Green Noble Club”, which recognizes high-value donors of Child Fund Korea from 2018. On February 18, 2019, he donated US$90,000 to the organization in support of those attending his high school alma mater in Gwangju.

J Hope previously donated ₩150 million ($135,000) in December 2018, but requested the donation be kept private at the time. In December 2019, he donated another ₩100 million. On November 17, 2020, J-Hope donated ₩100 million in support of children experiencing economic difficulties amid the COVID-19 pandemic.