Yoo Seung-jun Net Worth

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Yoo Seung-jun’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Yoo Seung-jun was born on 15 December, 1976 in Jamsilbon-dong, Seoul, South Korea. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Yoo Seung-jun’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 15 December 1976
Birthday 15 December
Birthplace Jamsilbon-dong, Seoul, South Korea
Nationality South Korea

What is Yoo Seung-jun’s net worth?

Yoo Seung-jun’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Yoo Seung-jun is 45 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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2019

On July 11, 2019, the South Korean Supreme Court sent Yoo’s previously closed case back to the Seoul High Court.

On November 15, 2019, an appeals court reversed its earlier decision and ruled in favor of Yoo, which could finally allow him to visit South Korea.

2017

In February 23, 2017, following a court hearing, Yoo lost his second and final appeal for having his entry ban lifted, and is no longer allowed to return to South Korea, nor he is able to appeal his entry ban in the future.

2015

In 2015, it was announced that Yoo would appear in the film Dragon Blade.

In May 19, 2015, Yoo appeared in a video where he opened up on his side of the story regarding his evading military service back in 2002. He appeared getting down on his hands and knees begging to be accepted back into South Korea promising that he would “do whatever it takes” and that he would accept any condition the South Korean government allowed.

2013

In December 2013, rumor had it that the ban on Yoo had been lifted and that he would be able to enter South Korea. However, in January 2014, South Korea’s Military Manpower Association released a statement firmly denying the allegation.

2011

In 2011, in response to an announcement by South Korean television network Seoul Broadcasting System on holding a public poll on whether South Koreans think Yoo should be allowed to come back to South Korea, he stated that he had no plans to return.

2010

In February 2010, Yoo made his film debut in Jackie Chan’s Little Big Soldier as Prince Wen.

2008

He earned a role in an untitled Taiwanese drama loosely based on Bret Easton Ellis’s novel Less Than Zero. In June 2008, Yoo signed a 15-year contract with Jackie Chan’s entertainment management company to become an actor. He has since attempted to establish a name for himself in mainland China, while continuing his singing and acting career.

2007

In 2007, he released his seventh album Yoo Seungjun Vol. 7 – Rebirth of YSJ for his fans who stood by him through the highs and lows of his career. The album was produced under the collaboration of production teams from the United States, China, and South Korea. He released singles such as “Missing U,” “Breakin’ Love,” “One For Me” and “Fireworks.”

2006

In 2006, he was featured on rapper H-Eugene’s song “독불장군” (English: “Single Person” ). The song’s music video does not show Yoo’s face, but shows him dancing and his silhouette.

2002

Yoo had repeatedly stated on television that he would fulfill his mandatory military service. But in 2002, just before he was to be drafted, he became a naturalized U.S. citizen. As a result, the South Korean government considered it an act of desertion, and deported him, permanently banning him from entering the country.

2001

In 2001, he released the single “Wow” from his 6th album “Infinity.” Though considered a bit of a disappointment, critically and commercially, compared to his last three albums, “Infinity” still managed to debut at number 1 on the charts with first week sales of 359,961 albums sold. The album has sold over 600,000 copies.

1999

In 1999, he went on to release his third album Now Or Never, which contained the hit single “Passion”. Later that year, Yoo released his fourth album, “Over and Over,” which contained the hit single “Vision.”

1998

In the summer of 1998, he released second album 1998 V2 for SALE with “Na Na Na” (“나나나”) as its lead song, where it and the music video topped the charts. In the video, it featured actress Choi Ji-woo, who played as the internship teacher while he played as the troublesome student. Many consider this album as the most successful of his career, as it won him Best Artist of the Year in multiple award ceremonies. The album again sold 1 million records.

1997

Yoo made his South Korean debut as a singer in 1997. His first album West Side was a hit with the debut single “Gaui” (“gaui” is the Korean word for “scissors” – in this context it translates to “nightmare” as South Koreans use the word to describe the rigid sleep paralysis which sometimes accompanies bad dreams). Along with another single “I love you Noona”, he won Best Newcomer of the Year in many award ceremonies. Yoo gained popularity with his signature dance move of “Gawi”, in which he and his backup dancers lined up diagonally to perform the same moves in unison. West Side ended up selling a million records.

1976

Steve Seung Jun Yoo (born December 15, 1976), also known as his Korean name Yoo Seung-jun (Korean: 유승준 ), is a South Korean-American singer and actor who became one of South Korea’s most popular K-pop singers after his debut in 1997. Yoo’s singing career ended in 2002 when he was accused of evading South Korean mandatory military service by becoming a U.S. citizen. He was subsequently banned from entering South Korea, becoming the only person in history to be banned from the country for acquiring another citizenship. Since then, Yoo has been working as an actor in China.

Yoo was born on December 15, 1976, in Seoul, South Korea. He and his family immigrated to the United States when he was thirteen and settled in Buena Park, California. Yoo made demo tapes of his rapping and dance skills and sent these to Brothers Entertainment, where he was eventually scouted and left California to start his career as a singer.

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