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Kim Seok-Jin, popularly known as Jin from the BTS boy band, is the industry’s heartthrob. He was elected to be part of the band when he was in University. Initially, he joined the Big Hit Entertainment as an actor but later, became Korean Idol as a famous singer.

Jin has released three solo tracks and has written them as well with BTS. Awake, Epiphany and Moon are top-rated and heart-touching tracks. He is most appreciated for his emotional range that draws fans towards him. In 2013 after Jin joined Big Hit Entertainment, he had no experience in singing and was just picked from the streets; he was practicing acting at that time.

Jin later auditioned for singing and debuted on June 13, 2013, as a singer with the rest of the group, popularly known as BTS. They debuted with 2 Cool 4 Skool. In 2016 he co-produced the album Wings, which he released as his single Awake. The song topped 31 on Gaon music charts. Slowly and steadily, he gained the attention of the masses and today is one of the most adored singers.

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It's definitely a good thing to be a part of the biggest boy band in the world right now and Kim Seok-jin, better known as simply Jin, can prove it. Jin made his official debut as a part of BTS almost six years ago and since then he's helped the group break records and top music charts. Jin, who studied acting while attending Konkuk University originally wanted to be an actor. He was even scouted by K-pop agency SM Entertainment and rejected their offer before becoming a trainee under Big Hit. Lucky for us, fate had it's way and now Jin is one of the biggest musicians on the globe. So big, that he's filthy rich. Here's what you need to know about Jin's net worth.

Jin was scouted by Big Hit Entertainment, even though he had no background in music. After training, he made his debut with BTS in 2013. Not only does he serve as one of the group's vocalists, but he also shares producing and writing credits on some of BTS's albums. Jin penned both the outros on the albums 2 Cool 4 Skool and The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Part 1. Fittingly, Jin makes money off of all of BTS's projects like their most recent album, Map of the Soul: Persona and their most recent tour, "Love Yourself: Speak Yourself."

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With BTS, Jin has also released solo songs. On the album, Wings, he co-produced and released his first solo single "Awake." His second one, "Epiphany" was released on the album Love Yourself: Answer. Jin has also released covers of songs like "In Front of the Post Office in Autumn" by South Korean artist Yoon Do-hyun on his personal SoundCloud.

Jin has also ventured into industries outside of entertainment. In 2018, he opened a Japanese-style restaurant with his brother. The restaurant is located in Seoul and is called Ossu Seiromushi.

Like the other members, Jin also profits off of the band's endorsement deals. He's also had a doll modeled after him by toy brand Mattel and has worked with other well-known brands, like Puma, Dunkin Donuts and LG Electronics.

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Jin has so much money he purchased himself a nearly 2-million dollar luxury apartment in South Korea. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Jin's net worth falls somewhere around $8 million.

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Jin set to become an uncle; shows off sonography as he awaits the arrival of 'butter' baby

Popular South Korean boyband BTS’s Jinis going to become an uncle soon after his older brother Seok Jung took to his Instagram handle and announced the exciting news that he is expecting his first child with wife Kim Ah Reum.
Sharing a picture of Ah Reum’s sonography on Instagram, Jin’s brother wrote, “Hello? We’re looking forward to being with you.”


Soon after this Kim Ah Reum took to the comment section and dropped an emoji of buttered pancakes and added, “Butter-yah, please grow up healthily” in Korean. It only took fans a little time to connect the dots and realise that the couple has decided to name the baby ‘Butter’ after Jin’s hit summer single.
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Seok Jung further confirmed the speculations when an acquaintance commented in the post, “Ah I guess it’s butter KKKKKKKKKK.” To this, Seok Jung revealed, “I asked my brother to name it.”
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Later, Seoook Jung also updated the news in the bio of his official Instagram handle which now reads, “Kim Seok Jung and Kim Ah Reum, and Kim Butter.’
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Meanwhile, fans are excited to see Jin turning into a fine uncle to the upcoming ‘Butter’ baby and sharing their reactions on Twitter. Have a look:


On the other hand, BTS’ ‘Butter’ continues to rule the Billboard Hot 100 charts this week, making it a total of 8 weeks at the top spot.
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Kim Seok-jin

South Korean singer

In this Korean name, the family name is Kim.

Kim Seok-jin (Korean: 김석진; born December 4, 1992), also known by his stage name Jin, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, and member of the South Korean boy bandBTS since June 2013. Kim has co-written and released three solo tracks with BTS: "Awake" (2016), "Epiphany" (2018), and "Moon" (2020), all of which have charted on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart. In 2019, Kim released his first independent song, the digital track "Tonight". He also appeared on the 2016 Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth soundtrack alongside BTS member V. Kim has received critical praise for his falsetto and emotional range as a singer.

Apart from singing, Kim appeared as a host on multiple South Korean music programs from 2016 to 2018. In 2018, he was awarded the fifth-class Hwagwan Order of Cultural Merit by the President of South Korea along with the other members of BTS, for his contributions to Korean culture.

Early life and education

Kim Seok-jin was born on December 4, 1992, in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea.[1][2] His family consists of his mother, father and older brother.[3]

While in junior high school, Kim was scouted by South Korean K-pop agency SM Entertainment off the street, but he rejected the offer at the time.[4] He initially intended to be an actor, attending Konkuk University and graduating with a degree in art and acting on February 22, 2017.[5] He enrolled in graduate school at Hanyang Cyber University, to pursue studies in areas other than music.[6]

Career

2013–present: BTS

Kim crosses his arms in front of his bod holding a mic
Kim performing as a member of BTSin September 2014.

Main article: BTS

Kim was scouted by Big Hit Entertainment for his looks while walking down the street.[7] At the time Kim was studying acting and had no background in music.[8] Subsequently, he auditioned for Big Hit as an actor before becoming an idol trainee.[9] On June 13, 2013, Kim made his debut as one of the four vocalists in BTS with their debut single album2 Cool 4 Skool.[10] Kim released his first co-produced track, a solo single from the album Wings titled "Awake", in 2016.[8] The song peaked at number 31 on the Gaon Music Chart and six on the Billboard World Digital Singles Chart.[11][12] In December 2016, he released a Christmas version of "Awake" on SoundCloud.[13]

On August 9, 2018, the second solo by Kim, "Epiphany", was released as a trailer for BTS' then-upcoming compilation album Love Yourself: Answer. The song was described as a "building pop-rock melody" by Billboard and contains lyrics discussing self-acceptance and self-love.[14] The full version of the song was eventually released as a track on Answer,[15] peaking at number 30 on the Gaon Music Chart and four on the Billboard World Digital Singles Chart.[16][17] In October, he was awarded the fifth-class Hwagwan Order of Cultural Merit by South Korean president Moon Jae-in along with other members of the group.[18]

He released his third solo song with BTS, "Moon", on the 2020 studio album Map of the Soul: 7. Variety writer Jae-Ha Kim described "Moon" as a power pop song addressed to BTS fans.[19] "Moon" peaked at number one on the Gaon Digital Chart and number two on Billboard's US World Digital Singles chart.[20][21]

In July 2021, he was appointed Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture by President Moon Jae-in, along with the other members of BTS, to help "lead the global agenda for future generations, such as sustainable growth" and "expand South Korea's diplomatic efforts and global standing" in the international community.[22]

2015–present: Solo activities

Kim collaborated with fellow BTS member V on the song "It's Definitely You", released as part of the Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth original soundtrack.[23][24] He also joined BTS member Jungkook to sing and release an alternate version of "So Far Away", a song from BTS member Suga's self-titled mixtape Agust D.[13] Kim's solo covers include "Mom" by Ra.D, "I Love You" by Mate, and "In Front Of The Post Office In Autumn", originally by Yoon Do-hyun in 1994.[25][26][27] They were released on SoundCloud on May 7, 2015,[28] December 3, 2015,[26] and June 7, 2018,[13] respectively. He has also made several appearances as a co-host for Korean music award shows, such as Music Bank and Inkigayo.[29]

On June 4, 2019, Kim released his first independent song "Tonight" as part of the 2019 BTS Festa, a yearly event celebrating the anniversary of the band's debut.[30] The acoustic ballad was composed by Kim, alongside Big Hit Entertainment record producers Slow Rabbit and Hiss Noise. The lyrics, written by Kim and BTS leader RM,[31] are inspired by Kim's relationship with his pets.[32] The track was met with a generally positive reception, with praise for Kim's vocals and the song's calming atmosphere.[33]

On December 3, 2020, Kim released his second solo song "Abyss" a day before his 28th birthday. The acoustic ballad was composed by Kim and fellow BTS member RM, alongside record producers BUMZU and Pdogg. The lyrics, written by Kim, BUMZU and RM, were inspired by Kim's feelings of anxiety, doubt, and burnout. In a post on the official BTS blog, Kim spoke about his insecurities regarding music and how those darker emotions drove him to write and release the song.[34]

On October 1, 2021, it was confirmed that Kim would be singing the main OST theme song for the upcoming tvN drama Jirisan.[35]

Artistry

Kim is a tenor and can play the guitar.[36][37] In Kim Young-dae's 2019 novel BTS: The Review, members of the Grammy panel stated that his voice has stable breath control and a strong falsetto, calling it a "silver voice".[38] Journalist Choi Song-hye, writing for Aju News, wrote that BTS singles such as "Spring Day" and "Fake Love" displayed Kim's vocal stability, while the b-side "Jamais Vu" did so for his emotional range.[4] Hong Hye-min of The Korea Times described Kim's voice as "tender, sorrowful, [and] free-spirited" and considered it to be the "standout element" on the solo ballad "Epiphany".[39] Critic Park Hee-a, when discussing "Epiphany", stated that Kim "sings the most sentimental emotions" of the solo tracks on Love Yourself: Answer. In a review of "Fake Love", Park said that Kim's belting "prove[d] [the song's] effectiveness".[40]

Public image

Philanthropy

In December 2018, Kim donated various supplies to the Korean Animal Welfare Association to celebrate his birthday, purchasing food, blankets, and dishes for the organization.[41] He also donated 321 kilograms of food to the Korea Animal Rights Advocates (KARA), another Korean animal welfare non-profit organization.[42]

Since May 2018, Kim has been a monthly donor to UNICEF Korea, requesting that his donations be kept private at the time. They were eventually publicized following his induction into the UNICEF Honors Club in May 2019 for donating over ₩100 million (about US$84,000).[43]

Influence

In 2019, he was ranked as the overall 13th most popular idol and 6th among girls aged 13–19 in South Korea, via data collected by analytics company Gallup Korea.[44]

Personal life

As of 2018, Kim lives in Hannam-dong, Seoul, South Korea.[45][46] Additionally, he and his older brother opened a Japanese-style restaurant in Seoul called Ossu Seiromushi in 2018.[47]

Awards and nominations

For Kim's accolades as a member of BTS, see List of awards and nominations received by BTS.

Discography

For Kim's work with BTS, see BTS singles discography and BTS albums discography.

Charted songs

Other songs

Writing credits

All song credits are adapted from the Korea Music Copyright Association's database, unless otherwise noted.[62]

Filmography

A headshot of Jin a colorful suit and blonde hair
Kim while filming the "Idol" music video, 19 July 2018.

See also: BTS videography

Trailers and short films

Television

Notes

  1. ^ abcAlthough credited under BTS, the song is a solo by Kim.[56]

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