Netizens keep saying that BLACKPINK is doing on Youtube more than their music but do you know how much money Youtube has to pay them?
- BLACKPINK Prove Their Impact As YG Entertainment Stock Value Rises After Their August Comeback And World Tour Confirmation
- 10+ Reactions To BLACKPINK’s Comeback Announcement That Are Too Real
- BLACKPINK Confirms August Comeback And Upcoming World Tour
Talking about the achievements of Kpop's YouTube views, BLACKPINK is the biggest name when owning a series of MVs with hundreds of millions, even billions of views. That is why the anti-fans often bring up this excuse to "disparage" that BLACKPINK is less likely to be an idol, but more than a YouTuber. But how about being a YouTuber? Don't be shocked to know the amount of money that BLACKPINK earns from their popular billion-view MVs!
Recently, the Korean newspaper OSEN has published an article with the title: "How much money does BLACKPINK, the world's leading YouTuber make?". This article says, with 17 billion views that BLACKPINK has on YouTube, the group will earn more than 75.44 billion won when it is estimated at 4.48 billion won for 1 billion views. Their
At the present time, "Boombayah" is their most-viewed MV with over 1.5 billion views!
The article also reveals that because of being the top girl group and having a relationship with YouTube as a potential customer, it is possible that the amount of money that 4 BLACKPINK girls receive must be over 100 billion won.
Of course, this is only a preliminary calculation, such a simple calculation cannot be applied to BLACKPINK as well as other artists. Because the amount earned will differ in the number and length of the video as well as the way YouTube is evaluated and calculated. However, it is true that with their music and reputation are becoming more and more famous day by day, the income they can make by Youtube will raise rapidly.
Reasons Why BLACKPINK is "The Revolution" On Instagram Network
All BLACKPINK Members Surpass 40 Million Instagram Followers
On Apr. 29, a post on an online community forum noted that all the members of BLACKPINK — Jisoo, Jennie. Rosé, and Lisa — had surpassed the 40 million follower mark on Instagram. Notably, Rosé, who had just 39 million followers the week prior, had reached 40 million followers in just a week's time.
As of the time of writing, Lisa has 51.5 million followers, Jennie 44.3 million followers, Rosé has 40.1 million followers, and Jisoo has 40 million followers on their personal Instagram accounts. The official BLACKPINK account has 37.3 million followers.
As of Apr. 2021, Lisa is the first and only K-pop idol to surpass 50 million Instagram followers. She is the most-followed K-pop idol on the social media platform. The Thai idol is known for making waves on the platform. Back in 2020, when she announced on Instagram that she was the new Global Ambassador for MAC Cosmetics, her post received more than 5.6 million likes and 74,000 comments.
Jennie is also well-loved on the platform. The idol, who is known for her brand recognition and marketing power, was awarded the "Most Loved Account of 2018" by Instagram in South Korea. The award was given to her based on the number of views and likes Jennie received on her Instagram Stories and posts that year.
Rosé is among the top ten most-followed Korean individual accounts. The sudden boost in followers is most likely due to the success of her solo debut album "-R-" and her title track "On The Ground."
Rosé has appeared in numerous interviews, such as with Vogue and Billboard, and has even appeared in multiple talk shows, such as "The Kelly Clarkson Show" and "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
Jisoo is also among the top ten most followed K-pop idols on Instagram. The idol has gone viral on the platform before. Back in Jun. 2020, Jisoo's make-up look for the "How You Like That" teasers went viral. Celebrities and influencers from Vietnam, Thailand, China, and South Korea shared photos of them re-creating her two-bow hairstyle and make-up, which Jisoo crafted herself. The look trended on Instagram, with the hashtag #JisooMakeup being among the most popular hashtags on the platform at the time. Jisoo's "dot style" was a massive hit on the platform!
How Did Korean Netizens React to BLACKPINK Members Surpassing 40 Million Instagram Followers?
Netizens were immensely impressed with BLACKPINK, with people noting that it further proves how the girl group is the biggest in the world. Some have even joked that BLACKPINK can form their own country with a large population with just their follower count! Others also noted how cool it is that they have so many followers, yet none of the members are following anyone.
Congratulations to Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa for surpassing 40 million Instagram followers!
These Are The 30 Most Popular Chinese Idols Of 2021—According To Fans
Popular polling website, KingChoice, often posts Asian entertainment-related polls for fans to vote on with topics ranging from best songs to most attractive Asian celebs to best actors to even best K-Pop ships!
Initially, Kpop idols were just Korean nationals. Over time, as Kpop becomes more and more popular, reaching out to Asia and the world, the number of foreign idols has increased. In particular, there are many idols from China, they are not only famous in Korea but also the most popular name in their homeland.
This time they have set up a poll for the most popular Chinese idols, many of which happen to be in K-Pop groups! After thousands of votes, these are the most popular Chinese idols of 2021 according to fans!
30. Cheng Xiao from Cosmic Girls
29. Yuqi from (G)-IDLE
28. Kyulkyung formerly from I.O.I and PRISTIN
27. THE8 from SEVENTEEN
26. Wenhan, formerly from UNINE and UNIQ
25. Chengcheng from NEXT formerly from Nine Percent
24. Yanan from PENTAGON
23. Chenle from NCT/NCT U/NCT DREAM
22. Hendery from NCT/NCT U/WayV
21. Hua Chenyu
20. Xiaojun from NCT/NCT U/WayV
19. Kun from NCT/NCT U/WayV
18. Jun from SEVENTEEN
17. Ningning from aespa
16. Lucas from NCT/NCT U/WayV/SuperM
15. Renjun from NCT/NCT U/NCT DREAM
14. Yiren from EVERGLOW
13. Elkie, formerly from CLC
12. Jackson from TFBoys
11. Jackson from GOT7
10. Cai Xukun/KUN, formerly from Nine Percent and SWIN
9. Roy from TFBoys
8. Winwin from NCT/NCT U/WayV/NCT 127
7. Lay from EXO
6. Huang Zitao/Z.TAO/Tao
5. Karry from TFBoys
4. Kris Wu/Kris
2. Yibo formerly from UNIQ
1. Xiao Zhan from X NINE