How rich was Jung Chae-Yeon? We bring you all details you need to know about Jung Chae-Yeon’s net worth.
Jung Chae-yeon also known as Chaeyeon was born on December 1, 1997, in Suncheon, South Jeolla Province, South Korea. She attended the School of Performing Art, Seoul, from 2013 to 20176 where she studied alongside her fellow DIA member Ahn Eun-jin. She successfully completed her studies at the School of Performing Arts on February 4, 2016.
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Career and Professional Life
She rose to prominence for being a renowned South Korean singer and actress, predominantly known for her association with the girl group DIA and her impressive seventh-place finsh on the survival show Produce 101, which earned a spot in the popular group I.O.I
Unfortunately, on Tuesday, March 11, 2023, her management company announced her sudden death. They have not made the cause of her death known to the public yet.
|Real Name||Jung Chae-yeon|
|Alias||Jung Chae-yeon (Chaeyeon)|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Date of Birth||December 1, 1997|
Jung Chae-yeon’s Net Worth
Her known net worth as of the time of writing this article (2023) was about $5 million. She makes most of her income from her professional career – singing and acting.
According to our reports, we believe she also made money from brand endorsements, ambassadorial deals, awards, and recognition. Below are a couple of awards won by the deceased singer.
Jung Chae-yeon received several award nominations and won throughout her career. In 2017, she won the Best Rookie Award for Television at the Asia Artist Awards for her role in Reunited Worlds. In that same year, she received a nomination for the Rising Star Award at the Fashionista Awards.
In 2018, Jung won the Best New Actress award at the Grimae Awards for her role in To. Jenny. At the 2021 KBS Drama Awards, she was nominated for Best New Actress for her role in The King’s Affection. In 2018, Jung won the Hot Issue Entertainer award at the KBS Entertainment Awards for her role in To. Jenny. She also won the Female Acting Idol award at the Korea First Brand Awards twice, once in 2017 and again in 2021.
In 2022, Jung was nominated for the Excellence Award for Actress in a Miniseries and the Best Couple Award (with Yook Sung-jae) at the MBC Drama Awards for her role in The Golden Spoon.