TWICE's rapper, Dahyun, is one of the most popular members in South Korea. So with that, it is no surprise the idol is raking in the dough. But, have you ever wondered what TWICE Dahyun net worth is?
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Well, if you have, then keep on reading to find out!
TWICE Dahyun Net Worth
The JYP Entertainment girl group, TWICE, has a net worth of $35 million as a unit. However, due to their activities as a group, as the girls rarely have a chance to promote themselves individually, the girls have a much smaller (though still massive) net worth as stand-alone idols. Most members of the girl group have a net worth of $1 to $1.5 million.
As the group's lead rapper and sub-vocalist, TWICE Dahyun net worth is approximately $1.5 million, according to CelebNetWorths.Com. While still wealthy, Dahyun is not the richest member of TWICE.
As a matter of fact, the two most affluent members happen to be two foreign members of the group!
The wealthiest member of TWICE is Japanese member Sana with a net worth of $3 million. Sana is closely followed by Taiwanese member Tzuyu, who has a net worth of $2 million.
How Did Dahyun Accumulate Such a Massive Net Worth?
As previously mentioned, TWICE rarely promotes as individual acts, with JYP Entertainment putting heavy emphasis on group activities and promoting the group name. However, out of all the members, Dahyun is one of the members who was able to promote herself as a solo idol the most.
Dahyun has appeared on variety of programs by herself the most. In 2016, Dahyun was a fixed panelist for MBC's "Weekly Idol" and its "Idols are the Best" corner. She appeared from episode 249 to 283.
That same year, Dahyun was a cast member of MBC's "Real Man," appearing on the fourth season of the all-female edition. During the program, Dahyun completed military training and showcased her tough side.
In 2019 and 2020, Dahyun acted as an announcer for MBC's "Idol Star Athletics Competition."
Before her debut, Dahyun appeared as the main actress in a music video. Most fans know that she was the leading lady in GOT7's music video for "Stop Stop It," released in 2014.
Dahyun has also worked on a "Melody Project," working on one with Chaeyoung. The two covered "Switch to Me" by J.Y. Park and Rain. They also covered parts of the original music video, all while displaying their sweet vocals.
Dahyun is a credited lyricist under the Korea Music Copyright Association (KOMCA) and has helped write songs for TWICE since 2017. Dahyun earns royalties from these songs. The first song she helped co-write was "Missing U." In 2019, Dahyun helped co-write "Trick It" and "21:29."
In 2020, Dahyun helped co-write "Bring it Back" and "Queen." Most recently, Dahyun helped co-write "Scandal" and "SOS."
Since March 2021, both Dahyun and Sana became the newest endorsers for the South Korean cosmetics brand, A'pieu Cosmetics.
These, paired with Dahyun's activities with TWICE, have earned her a significant net worth!
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