Popular idol group SHINee revealed how they distribute their income.
On the April 5th episode of Mnet ‘Beatles Code 2‘, the boys of SHINee were asked how much they made. The boys answered, “We make an amount that’s hard to earn for anyone our age.”
MC Shindong who is under the same label as a member of Super Junior thoughtfully tried to change the subject by saying, “I can somewhat guess how much, but there was an occasion where I talked about income during a broadcast, and I was later called in.”
“I’m curious to know if all of you distribute your income evenly, or if you make as much as how much you work individually,” he said.
SHINee’s Key answered, “We have a system where each of us make as much as we promote individually.”
“When Onew hyung was doing his musical, he made a fixed amount of money per show so he made the most, and when Minho was doing ‘Dream Team‘, he made the most,” he continued.
When asked if there was ever a time he made the most out of the members, Key answered, “They don’t give me those opportunities. I started a musical recently. It’s called ‘Catch Me If You Can‘, and I play the role of an expert con-artist. I get paid per performance.”
MC Shindong then hilariously advised the boys to forget everything else and focus only on musicals, causing everyone on set to laugh.
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