Baek Ji Young is making headlines for revealing the stunning sum of money she produced from one in all her songs.
The singer just lately appeared on Same Bed, Different Dreams 2 because the particular host of the present’s broadcast. Singer Lee Ji Hye, who’s famously recognized to be one in all Baek Ji Young’s closest buddies additionally made an look on this episode. While the 2 share an extremely shut friendship with each other, the 2 confessed that there are nonetheless some matters they don’t talk about with each other.
When I ask Lee Ji Hye one thing, she solutions every little thing to the purpose the place I ponder, ‘should she think about the answer before responding.’ However, I requested her how a lot cash she made on YouTube just lately, however she didn’t reply that query.
— Baek Ji Young
To her good friend’s remark, Lee Ji Hye responded that whereas she has no drawback answering how a lot she produced from YouTube, she simply felt small compared to the OST queen.
Honestly, I can inform her how a lot I make. But Baek Ji Young-sshi is a lady who makes ₩10.0 billion KRW (about $8.92 million USD) from one OST (soundtrack) so regardless of how a lot I make, it should appear small. It was as a result of I used to be embarrassed.
— Lee Ji Hye
Lee Ji Hye was referring to Baek Ji Young’s earlier confession when she made a visitor look on Video Star again in January of this yr. During her time on the present, Baek Ji Young revealed that her hit OST track, “Don’t Forget Me” from IRIS garnered her a whopping ₩10.0 billion KRW (about $8.92 million USD). The singer additionally shared throughout her time on the discuss present that “The OST, ‘That Woman’ from SBS’s ‘Secret Garden’ also did very well, but the money I made from ‘Don’t Forget Me’ can’t be beat.”
Baek Ji Young is legendary for her lovely voice and her means to ship her songs with infinite feelings. The veteran singer has earned herself the title of “OST Queen” in South Korea on account of her quite a few soundtrack hits to totally different Okay-movies and K-Dramas. The singer has dozens of hits below her belt, corresponding to “Like Being Hit By A Bullet”, “That Woman” from Secret Garden, “See You Again” from Mr. Sunshine and extra, but it surely seems to be like “Don’t Forget Me” from the Korean drama, IRIS has remained primary.