BTS, the K-pop boy band who has taken the world by storm, has amassed a giant following of loving, loyal fans. The ARMY, as they are affectionately referred to, has supported them for the past six years as they’ve transitioned through albums, touring, and even a film, but how has that translated at the bank?

The group as a whole has a whopping net worth of approximately $60 million, as reported by The Wealth Record, and since numbers for 2019 are still pending it is surely expected to end up even higher than that. Thanks to their individual talents and arenas they have each gone into it, let’s break that number down a bit more.

BTS performs onstage during the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

According to Seventeen, Jin has an estimated worth of $8 million, which comes from his songwriting and producing, but did you know he also opened a Japanese-style restaurant in South Korea with his brother?

J-Hope sits around $12 million, the highest out of the group. This is thanks to both his role in the band and his solo mixtape, “Hope World,” which topped charts around the world.

RM, who gets a bulk of his money from songwriting as he has writing credits on over 130 songs, has also had a song included on the Korean soundtrack of the movie “Fantastic Four.” It is said that he is worth approximately $8 million.

Jimin, a trained dancer, earns most of his money through the group, but he also makes television appearances on shows like “Hello Counselor” that have helped him earn about $8 million.

V is a special case in terms of where his wealth is coming from in that he also includes producing and acting in his portfolio. He was able to land a role on “Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth,” which assisted him in bringing in around $8 million.

Jungkook not only shares writing credits but he is also known to produce songs, including “Magic Shop” and “Love is Not Over.” Additionally, after appearing on television shows, it is said that he is also worth around $8 million.

Suga, like many of the other boys, reportedly has a net worth of about $8 million due to his role in the group. However, he also ventures out and composes songs for other artists, and his writing and producing credits can be seen on over 70 songs.

The boys are very valuable to their home country as well as they are reported to bring in a staggering $3.6 billion to the economy of South Korea.

In addition to all of their other efforts, the opening weekend of their 2018 documentary “Burn the Stage: The Movie” crushed its opening three-day weekend by bringing in $2.4 million in the U.S, as reported by Forbes. The film followed the group on their 2017 Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings tour and features additional footage, such as interviews. Previously, that record was held by One Direction for their concert film “One Direction: Which We Are,” which was set in 2014 with $1.2 million in total admissions.

Between the songwriting, producing, and touring the group surely is a force in the world of music and beyond. We’ll have to stay tuned to see how the rest of the year shapes up for them.