How much does SNSD Make?
By Staff Writer | February 04, 2012 12:16 PM EST
So how much does Girl's Generation, known all across the world, really make? The issue was brought up in a past episode of KBS Happy Together. On the program, Yuri explained "We divide the performance pay exactly by ninths" and later revealed "the member that does the most commercials probably makes the most money." tvN news analyzed their income further, starting with the rough list of personal income activities.
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First off, Jessica and Tiffany who featured in the musicals "Blond is too much" and "fame" made $3000 every performance and performed a total of 10 times so that in of itself probably made $30,000.
Taeyeon continued to host in a radio show for 2 years and actively perform in musicals, probably raking in $318,000 (400$ a daily broadcast X 2 years + 3000$ X10 musicals).
Seoyun, who was active as a cosmetic model, commercial, and TV programs is estimated to have made roughly $400,000.
Yoonha, with drama and advertisement, is estimated to have made a whopping $3,400,000.
In terms of group activities, a reliable Japanese media source indicated that in Japan alone SNSD made around 60.1 million.
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