Sunday, April 14, 2024

J-Hope Net Worth 2018

A South Korean rapper, J-Hope is best known as a member of the popular boy band, BTS. In 2013, the group made their big debut with the single, No More Dream. A year later, that released their first studio album, Dark & Wild. Since then, they’ve delivered a number of projects including Wings, Wake Up, and Youth, among others, all of which are incredibly popular- especially in Asia.

Prior to joining BTS, he was a member of an underground dance team called Neuron. With the group, he had garnered some attention through public performances and promotional events.

How successful is the 24-year-old artist now? How far has he come since his debut? Considering his popularity, is it fair to assume that he’s doing well for himself? How rich is he? Unfortunately, information on J-Hope’s 2018 net worth is not yet available. In the meantime though, let’s take a more in-depth look at his career.

J-Hope’s Net Worth 2018 – N/A

How did J-Hope Make His Wealth & Money?

Born on February 18, 1994, in Gwangju, South Korea, J-Hope initially aspired to be a singer as a young child. As a teen, however, he found himself gravitating toward dancing. Eventually, he joined a street dance crew called Neuron, with whom he performed with for several years. Ultimately, it was afterward that he decided to try his luck as an idol. At one point, he even auditioned for JYP Entertainment, though he was turned down in the end.

In 2013, it was announced that he would be joining the boy band, BTS. Not long afterward, they released their first title song, No More Dream, which proved to be a decent success in South Korea.

Their long-awaited debut album, Dark & Wild, was later released in the summer of 2014. A 14-track project, J-Hope had contributed to many of the songs including Let Me Know, Rain, Danger, and BTS Cypher Pt. 3: Killer. Responsible for BTS’s rise to fame, it had peaked at number two on the Korean Music Chart.

Two years later, they followed up with a second Korean album titled, Wings. More successful than their debut, it has since sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide. Similar to their earlier work, a number of its tracks were co-written by J-Hope including BTS Cypher Pt. 4, Interlude: Wings, and Intro: Boys Meets Evil.

Since then, BTS has also released two Japanese albums- Wake Up and Youth, both of which enjoyed success in Japan.

Considering the group’s popularity, it goes without saying that a portion of J-Hope’s income comes from the success of their records.

In addition to that, however, BTS is also known for putting on concert tours. In fact, they had recently held The Wings Tour in 2017. A two-legged tour, it saw them performing over 40 different shows across the world.

Aside from being paid for their performances, the group has also appeared in a number of Korean TV shows such as Rookie King: Channel Bangtan, BTS GO!, and American Hustle Life.

J-Hope’s Personal Life and FAQ

Is J-Hope Married?

No, as far as we can tell, J-Hope is currently not in a relationship.

Does J-Hope Have Any Children?

J-Hope does not have any that we know of.

Did J-Hope Go to College?

Unfortunately, not much information is available on J-Hope’s education at this time. As far as we can tell though, he has not attended college.

What is J-Hope Famous For?

J-hope is best known as a member of the popular South Korean boy band, BTS. Over the years, he has contributed to numerous of their songs and albums.

Later this year, the group will be releasing a third Japanese album titled, Face Yourself.

Where Does J-Hope Live now? Pictures of J-Hope’s House 

J-Hope currently lives in South Korean. Unfortunately, further details are not available at this time.

What Kind of Car Does J-Hope Drive?

Details on J-Hope’s vehicle is not available.

How Much Money Did J-Hope Make in 2017?

Unfortunately, information regarding J-Hope’s 2017 salary is not available.

Recent Events

This April, J-Hope and the boys will be releasing a third Japanese album titled, Face Yourself. Previously, they had dropped their fifth EP, Love Yourself: Her last fall. Incredibly successful, the extended play had peaked at number one on the Korean music chart.

Want to follow the rapper online? If you’re interested in his photo-feed, you can visit his Instagram account at @BTS_JHope. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look he’s active on Twitter at this time. If you’re on Facebook though, he does have an official fan page, which you can visit here.

Brooke Carter
Brooke Carter
Freelance writer who loves dogs and anything related to Japanese culture.


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