There is a reason why J-Hope is the richest member of BTS. Apart from his success as a K-pop idol, he also has skills in investing.
Reports said that the South Korean artist has an impressive real estate portfolio. He is one of the idols who spend their fortune on investments, especially properties.
This is one of the reasons why many refer to him as the “Real Estate King” of the septet. He has even made a billion won in the past because of one of his estate purchases.
J-Hope As The King Of Real Estate
J-Hope bought a luxury apartment in Seoul Forest Trimage. It is one of the most expensive apartment complexes in South Korea.
The BTS rapper shelled out ₩1.4 billion ($1.1 million) to become a homeowner in the complex in 2016. He became the first member of the group to purchase his own home.
Two years later, the value of the property rose to ₩2.4 billion ($1.99 million), making him one of the K-pop idols who have made the “best realty investment.”
This likely explains why J-Hope is “very fond” of investing in real estate, as Bollywood Life reported.
What His Home Looks Like Today
The BTS is currently on an “extended break” following a hectic couple of years. Amid this period, J-Hope has treated his fans and followers with glimpses to his luxurious home.
Reports said that he is spending his free time with his family. While doing so, he provides “sneak peeks” into his life by posting photos of some items in his house.
These include champagne glasses, lamps, and dishes. He also shares snaps of his plushies and wall hangs, as well as decorations.
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The Home Of BTS In Hannam The Hill
Meanwhile, the Dynamite singers have their very own apartment in Hannam The Hill apart from their respective estates. It is where the seven members stay together, and even spent the pandemic in this property.
The 300-square-meter suite costs more than $6.5 million, according to Lifestyle Asia. It features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, and a large living room, which BTS utilized for the music video of Life Goes On.
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