Hyolyn is one of the famous female K-pop idols since she debuted as a member of the legendary girl group SISTAR. She is also one of the artists who has established an agency, called Bridge. Through her solo activities and the company's operation, how big has Hyolyn's net worth gotten this year?
Hyolyn Net Worth 2021
After the cancellation of her debut under JYP Entertainment, Hyolyn moved to Starship Entertainment and made her debut as a member of SISTAR in 2010.
SISTAR then disbanded in June 2017 and after five months, member Hyolyn set up her own agency named Bridge. The company not only houses the female idol but also several creative directors in choreography, video making, composing and producing.
This 2021, Hyolyn's net worth is estimated to be $8 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
How Did Hyolyn's Net Worth Hit $8 Million?
In the past months, Hyolyn returned to the music scene a few times with new singles and a collaboration track.
On June 15, the former SISTAR member dropped her new single "Happiness," which is her self-composed track. The song expresses a person's mixed feelings of happiness when thinking about the past and their mistakes.
Together with the release of the music video for Hyolyn's "Happiness," the female idol wrote a short message, "I don't want to miss the happiness that comes to me and I don't want to lose it, so I think it makes me more afraid and anxious."
After a month, the Bridge CEO released another new digital single, titled "To Find a Reason" on July 8. This track features two artists namely Mad Clown and Kim Seungmin, who helped the female idol write and compose it.
"To Find a Reason" contains a comforting message to people who are tired so that they can gain energy to move forward.
Hyolyn's net worth this year further increased after she dropped the collaboration track "Summer or Summer" with her former bandmate Dasom on Aug. 10. This song is marked as a mini-reunion for SISTAR.
The two female idols took part in writing the lyrics for "Summer or Summer" along with Woo Tae Woon. It is a bright and refreshing dance song with witty lyrics that will give listeners energy like a fresh breeze in the summer heat.
On the same day of its release, Hyolyn and Dasom's "Summer or Summer" debuted on Bugs' real-time chart at No. 1 and daily chart at No. 6. It also ranked No. 23 on Genie's daily chart.
"Summer or Summer" also successfully entered at No. 99 on MelOn, the largest streaming platform in South Korea.
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Moreover, Hyolyn and Dasom's collab song debuted at No. 74 on the Worldwide iTunes Song Chart and No. 8 on the iTunes Top 100 K-pop Songs Chart.
Hyolyn's latest solo comeback took place on Oct. 8 with her new song "W.O.E," which is also part of her "Ramblings" project alongside "Happiness." She composed and wrote the lyrics herself.
Meanwhile, the Bridge CEO is one of the nominees in two categories for the 2021 Asia Artist Awards such as the Female Solo Singer Popularity Award and U+ Idol Female Solo Popularity Award.
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Written by Mhaliya Scott