Bang Chan is one of the most well-known fourth-generation idols in the K-pop business thanks to his success with the “million-seller” group Stray Kids. For this reason, numerous admirers are curious about his personal life and wealth.
In order to keep up with the latest from the successful boy groups signed to JYP Entertainment, you need to pay attention to Stray Kids. This eight-member band first came together in 2017 thanks to a variety show, and ever since their debut,
They’ve been getting a lot of attention from fans. Each individual member of the group has also achieved considerable success on their own. The cash generated by the group’s many endeavors is considerable.
Bang Chan Early Life
Bang Chan, real name Christopher Chan, is the eldest of three children who emigrated from Hong Kong to Sydney, Australia when he was very young. Popular culture recognizes Bang Chan as a prominent pop singer. On October 3, 1997, he entered the world.
He eventually signed with the K-Pop band Stray Kids. Indeed, he was no stranger to the titular reality show. Australia is the birthplace of a bang. At the 2011 JYP Showcase, he was featured with Son Chae-young of the girl group Twice.
During his time in Sydney, he enrolled at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts, where he studied ballet and modern dance. Furthermore, Chan took part in athletics and swam in many contests. Chan joined “JYP Entertainment” in 2010 after successfully auditioning there when he was 13 years old.
Stray Kids’ Bang Chan’s Net Worth
Former member of the Hip-Hop group 3RACHA, Bang Chan joined Stray Kids after leaving that group. On top of being the band’s frontman, he also produces, raps, and sings for Stray Kids.
He is the wealthiest member of Stray Kids, with a reported $5 million income and an estimated $3 million fortune as a result of his membership in the group. In addition to his work with Stray Kids, he also published his second EP, I Am Who,
followed by I Am You, in 2018. More than 222,000 copies of the EPs were purchased. We may assume that by 2022, based on his career trajectory since his introduction, he will have earned and amassed more than $5 million.
Stray Kids’ Bang Chan’s Career
When Bang Chan was 13 years old, he auditioned in Australia for the K-pop label JYP Entertainment. Despite his tender years, he embarked on a journey to Korea in pursuit of a JYPE education. He became very close with GOT7, TWICE, and DAY6 throughout his stay in the group. In Chan’s seven years at JYPE, he missed the debut of his training companions.
In addition to his roles on The 9th, Season 2 of The 9th, Stray Kids Amigo TV, Two Kids Room, Two Kids Room Vol. 2, Finding Stray Kids, What If You’re A JYP Entertainment Trainee?, and SKZ-Talker Go!, he has also appeared in music videos for TWICE and Miss A. He founded the 3RACHA organization alongside Han (J.ONE)
Songs like “Entrance,” “Miroh,” “Victory Song,” “Maze of Memories,” and “Kronosaurus” can be found on “Clé 1: Miroh,” the fourth EP by “Stray Kids,” which was released on March 25, 2019, by JYP Entertainment and Iriver. On the South Korean Albums (Gaon) chart, it went straight to the top.
To add to its success, the album peaked at number three on Billboard’s World Albums chart, number thirteen on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers, and number fifteen on Billboard’s Japanese Albums chart (Oricon). The band’s first single, titled “Mixtape: Gone Days,” was released on December 26, 2019;
recording for the Mixtape Project began in November 2019. On March 18, 2020, they planned to release their debut album in Japan titled “SKZ2020.” On March 26, 2020, the band dropped the second track from their Mixtape Project.