Published on September 3, 2021, Updated on September 3, 2021
Her monthly income is reportedly over 300k for only her singing career and sponsor. With her entertainment variety, she has established herself as a multi-millionaire K-pop star. Keep on reading to discover Hwasa’s net worth, including her collection of luxurious cars and properties!
K-pop star Hwasa, whose real name is Ahn Hye-jin, has established herself as the wealthiest member of MAMAMOO. She has racked in hefty net worth from her endorsements to her activities with MAMAMOO and solo activities.
While other members of MAMAMOO reportedly have a net worth of around $4 million, Hwasa has a whopping net worth of $6 million. In 2020, her net worth saw a massive rise in the figure as she was reported to have a net worth of $1.4 million in 2019.
Hwasa made her professional debut as a member of the girl group MAMAMOO on 19 July 2014. Apart from her activities with MAMAMOO, she has also embarked on solo projects, establishing herself as a powerhouse early in her career.
Hwasa wrote and composed her first solo song, My Heart/I Do Me, from their first EP, ‘Hello.’ As part of MAMAMOO’s sixth EP, Yellow Flower. She released her second solo song, Be Calm, in March 2018. The following month, she joined the cast of the KBS reality TV show Hyena on the Keyboard, where she collaborated with rapper Loco for the song Don’t. The song, which she helped co-wrote and co-compose has been certified platinum.
Hwasa made her debut as a solo artist with the digital single Twit in February 2019. ‘Twit’ earned a triple crown and topped the Gaon Digital Charts. Later that year, she released In The fall with South Korean hip-hop producer Woogie.
In March 2020, Hwasa teamed up with Dua Lipa for a remix of Lipa’s Physical, which included additional Korean lyrics. The next month, she released her first solo OST ‘Orbit’ for the Korean drama The King: Eternal Monarch. She dropped her debut EP ‘Maria’ and the lead single of the same name on 29 June. Following the success of her debut mini-album, she became the first Korean female solo artist to rank on top of the U.S. iTunes Albums Chart.
On 10 October 2020, Hwasa debuted with the supergroup “Refund Sisters” with their single Don’t Touch Me, which peaked atop the Gaon Digital Chart for two consecutive weeks. Apart from her singing career, she has also appeared on reality TV shows such as I Live Alone, Let’s Eat Dinner Together, and How Do You Play?
Hwasa is also the face of clothing brand Andar, sports brand Adidas, video game Sims4, cosmetics brand Kiss New York, and hangover drink Lotte Chilsung Beverage. She has also worked as a model for Gold Peak Tea, The North Face, and Jjampong instant noodles.
The K-pop star owns a luxurious house in Korea, reported to be worth $2.3 million. The house boasts modern furnishings, spacious living rooms, and a mini-terrace.
In 2019, Hwasa bought her first car, Volvo’s XC40 model. The vehicle gained popularity for its high-tech and convenient specifications, unique styling, and high stability as a sub-compact SUV.
(References from kpopstarz, idolpersona)