Kim Joon Net Worth

Kim Joon was born on February 03, 1984 in Gwacheon, South Korea, South Korean, is Rapper. Kim Joon is a famous South Korean rapper, songwriter and actor who rose to international fame due to his acting chops in the popular series ‘Boys Over Flowers’. He first came into the limelight with his onstage appearance as a rapper for a boy band named T-Max in 2008. Right around that time, he got an offer to star in ‘Boys Over Flowers’, an acting stint which changed his life and brought him national and international fame. He played one of the members of a group named F4 in the series, which was met with acclaim. Apart from contributing as an actor, he also contributed as a musician to the soundtrack of the series, which also became a major success. Post this success, it didn’t take much time for Kim to become a national heart-throb. He then went on to do some variety shows, and meanwhile offers from the television industry too, continued coming his way. He ended up doing some commercially and critically hit series such as ‘Detectives in Trouble’, ‘Endless Love’ and ‘City of the Sun’. He is also active in the field of music, and consistently provides the soundtracks for the projects that he stars in.
Kim Joon is a member of Singers

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Rapper
Birth Day February 03, 1984
Birth Place Gwacheon, South Korea, South Korean
Birth Sign Pisces
Birth name Kim Hyung-joon
Origin South Korea
Genres K-Pop, J-Pop, Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, Actor
Years active 2007–present
Labels CHANG Company
Associated acts T-Max
Hangul 김형준
Hanja 金亨俊
Revised Romanization Gim Hyeong-jun
McCune–Reischauer Kim Hyŏng-chun

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Kim Joon made his entertainment debut with the boyband T-Max in 2007, as a Rapper and a Songwriter for the group. In 2009, Kim became popular after playing the role of F4 member "Song Woo-bin" in the hit Korean drama Boys Over Flowers. Together with his band, their song entitled "Paradise" was featured in the first edition of the Boys Over Flowers Soundtrack. Other songs of T-Max that were featured in the subsequent editions of the Boys Over Flowers Soundtrack were "Say Yes," "Wish You're My Love", "Fight The Bad Feeling," and "Bang Bang Boom".


From April 2009 to December 2010, Kim was a cast member of Invincible Baseball Team, a variety-reality show that aired during Saturday Challenges; he was chosen as MVP for several weeks. In June 2009, he took part in another reality show Mnet Scandal, where a Celebrity dates a non-celebrity for a week. In July 2009, he made his stage debut in the musical Youthful March (젊음의 행진), along with his T-Max co-member Park Yun-hwa. Kim tested positive for H1N1 in November 2009 and had to cancel a fan meeting event in the Philippines.


In March 2010, Kim starred in mobile drama alongside Nao Minamisawa titled Pygmalion's Love, a Korea-Japanese co-production that aired on Japanese mobile TV station BeeTV. In May 2010, T-Max returned to performing with "Don't Be Rude", the first single for their studio album Born to the Max (new members Park Han-bi and Joo Chan-yang replaced Park Yun-hwa after the latter's departure for mandatory military service). The second single was "Words That I Can Say", and Kim appeared alongside actors Oh Ji-ho and Yoon So-yi in the music video.


Kim enlisted for his mandatory military Service on 29 September 2011 for four weeks of basic training, followed by duty as a conscripted policeman. He was discharged on 28 June 2013.