Kpop Idol Reveals The Measly Pay Struggling Idols Generally Receive For Appearing On Music Shows, The Amount Shocks Fans

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While its generally known that lesser known kpop groups barely earn enough to cover their debts, this recent revelation of a kpop idol about how little they’re paid to appear on music shows still stunned fans.

Recently, kpop idol Hanse from the group VICTON shared with fans the exact amount of money he gets paid when he appeared on a week promotion for music shows.

He revealed that the week of promotions would roughly cost the label around $7,340 and each member makes about $36. The amount genuinely stunned fans as it covers not only one appearance on a show but an entire week’s music shows performances, and kpop idols would generally attend and promote on several shows per week.

Hanse left IST Entertainment in 2023 and since joined another label. He continued to promote and release music but he did not appear on music shows which led some fans to wonder why.

In his messages, Hanse added, “There might be people asking why I’m sharing this but I felt like you’d be curious.”

Hanse revealed that aside from very select few kpop groups, the majority of kpop idols are only racking in debt before their disbandment or the end of their contract. He said, “few idol groups get paid and all but a few who are usually at the top of the lineup and headliners at festivals get paid. Aside from few teams that the general public is aware of, the majority are just piling on debut before their contract ends.”

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By Kevin Miller

My name is Kevin Miller and I am responsible for writing Kpop content on Jazminemedia.com~ I have been a fan of Kpop since 2014 and I am a multi-stan

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