Jessica Jung Net Worth 2020, Biography and Career.
Jessica Jung Net Worth 2020 – Jessica Jung is a multiple award-winning singer and actress who rose to fame for being a member of the Korean pop girl band, Girls’ Generation (also known as SNSD).
In addition to her singing and acting career, Jung is widely known for her business acumen and philanthropic efforts.
In 2014, she founded Blanc & Eclare, a fashion brand that sells skincare, clothing, eyewear, denim, and accessories. Clearly, she is a woman who wears many hats and succeeds at all her endeavors.
Jessica Jung Net Worth
Jessica Jung is an American singer, songwriter, actress, model, and fashion designer who has a net worth of $16 million.
Jessica Jung was born on the 18th of April, 1989 in San Francisco, California. She spent some of her childhood in America before she moved to the capital city of South Korea, Seoul, at the of age 11.
While she was in Seoul, she attended the prestigious Korea Kent Foreign School. It is believed that this was her only attempt at getting a formal education.
The beginning of her rise to fame can be traced to the year 2000. One day, while she was at a mall in South Korea with her younger sister, Krystal, the pair were approached by an agent from S.M. Entertainment, the largest entertainment company in all of Korea.
S.M. Entertainment is an agency which specializes in honing the talents of people and turning them into stars. They offered the two sisters the opportunity to train them professionally in dancing and singing.
However, only Jessica agreed to sign up with them as her parents were of the opinion that Krystal was too young to take the classes or join the agency.
Thus began Jessica’s rise to fame. She went through her training for a total of seven years until 2007, when she had her debut in the entertainment industry as a part of the girl group, Girls’ Generation.
Of all the girls in the group, which was a total number of nine, Jessica Jung was the first person to be signed by S.M. Entertainment.
Jung had two singles on the group’s debut eponymous album. As she grew more popular, she had other endorsements and work she had to do outside of the work she was doing with the group.
This caused a rift in schedules and led to her eventual expulsion from the group. The agency, S.M. Entertainment, corroborated the announcement she made on her Weibo account on her forced departure from the group.
S.M. Entertainment stated that although she had been asked to leave the group, they will continue to manage her solo career.