Han So-hee’s net worth: Career and expensive things the Nevertheless actor owns

From moving to Seoul with less than USD 300 to enjoying overnight fame with a single commercial and eventually becoming one of the most sought-after stars in the Korean entertainment industry, Han So-hee has made quite the mark over the years — her staggering net worth being a testimony to the same. So, how does the South Korean celebrity spend her wealth and what are some of the most expensive things she owns? Here’s a closer look at Han’s fortune.

One of Forbes Korea’s most influential and highest-paid K-drama actors in 2022, Han So-hee has been a part of multiple promising movies and dramas to come out of Korea in the last few years. These include hits like Money Flower (2017), 100 Days My Prince (2018), After The Rain (2018), Abyss (2019), Nevertheless (2021), My Name (2021), Heavy Snow (2023) and Gyeongseong Creature (2023).
Sharing her thoughts on acting, Han said in a 2023 interview with K-media outlet KBIZoom, “I want to express the works given to me and the characters and situations I have to express in them more resolutely and carefully. Also, it won’t be easy, but I want to be an actress who knows how to enjoy the pressure that comes from the process.”

All the details about Han So-hee’s net worth, career and other earnings
Han So-hee’s net worth
As of 2024, Han So-hee boasts a net worth of around USD 10-15 million, according to various K-media sources.
While it is difficult to quote an exact figure, it goes without saying that Han’s opulent wealth comes massively from her acting projects, commercials and noteworthy brand endorsements.
Career and filmography

Be it one of the highest-rated K-dramas of all time The World of the Married (2020) or the critically acclaimed hit Heavy Snow (2023), Han So-hee’s dramas and movies have always been a treat for Korean entertainment lovers. According to Nielsen Korea, the former, a Mo Wan-il directorial, broke its own record by surpassing the 15th episode rating of 24.44 per cent with a solid 28.371 per cent finale rating. Meanwhile, the latter, which marks Han’s big screen debut, was officially chosen to be part of the Korean Competition section at the 2023 Jeonju International Film Festival. Directed by Groggy Summer fame Yoon Su-ik, the queer indie drama is a moving tale of two young girls, accepting their true feelings for each other in a prejudiced Korean society.

Han started her journey in the Korean entertainment industry by featuring in SHINee’s “Tell Me What To Do” music video in 2016. She then made her acting debut as a minor character in SBS’s 2017 fantasy romance Reunited Worlds. Following this, Han landed several leading roles in TV shows like Money Flower (2017), 100 Days My Prince (2018) and After The Rain (2018).

In 2019, Han got great audience reviews for her special appearance in the tvN hit Abyss, alongside popular South Korean actors Ahn Hyo-seop and Park Bo-young. Her big break came in 2020, with JTBC’s hit Korean drama The World of the Married opposite veteran stars Kim Hee-ae and Park Hae-joon. Her evocative performance as young mistress Yeo Da-kyung earned her a nomination for Best New Actress – Television at the 56th Baeksang Arts Awards.

Han So-hee’s popularity continued to soar with the 2021 JTBC romance Nevertheless. Co-starring the then-rumoured beau Song Kang, the webtoon-based K-drama entered the top 10 list of popular shows on Netflix in Korea.
Han further showcased her versatility as a woman avenging her father’s murder in the Netflix original noir crime thriller My Name. The show not only earned her the nomination for Best Actress – Television at the 58th Baeksang Arts Awards but also became The 10 Most-Viewed Korean Series On Netflix that year, states Forbes. According to sources, the actor earned around USD 20,000 per episode for her K-drama appearances in 2021.

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