BTS, a South Korean boy band, is in the news practically every day, and why shouldn’t they be? The band has accomplished a lot in their history and established a lot of milestones. Jin, Suga, J Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook are the members of the group, which was formed in 2013. Butter, Dynamite, Life Goes On, and other songs have topped the charts, and their albums and performances have consistently sold out.
The Bangtan Boys are also renowned for their massive fans, dubbed BTS ARMY. In addition, they have a large social media following. The official Instagram account of the band has over 48 million followers, while the platform is filled with a number of fan accounts.
That’s not the case! BTS has a sizable number of followers and watchers on YouTube, having amassed a large following in just a year. The lads used to upload behind-the-scenes films and vlogs on their YouTube account after their debut in 2013. According to accounts, this aided BTS in establishing contact with the Army.
Furthermore, people from all around the world watch BTS videos, which are always breaking records. Within 24 hours, their songs Butter and Dynamite had amassed the most views. The Bangtan Boys, according to Forbes, have made a lot of money via YouTube in the last year. They have 57 million subscribers and 109.3 billion views on their channel. According to reports, they have made $16.4 million from their videos.
According to some sources, the group’s huge net worth is currently believed to be about $100 million. The group’s members all have individual net worths in the millions. If that wasn’t enough, according to Forbes, the band may earn $500 to $2,500 for every 100,000 views on YouTube.