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List of South Korean billionaires by net worth

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This is a list of South Korean billionaires based on an annual assessment of wealth and assets compiled and published by Forbes magazine in 2017.[1]

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2018 South Korean billionaires list

Name Citizenship Net worth (USD) Source of wealth
1 Lee Kun-hee  South Korea 16.8 billion Samsung Group
2 Seo Jung-jin  South Korea 11 billion Celltrion (biotech)
3 Jay Y.Lee  South Korea 7.9 billion Samsung Group
4 Suh Kyung-bae  South Korea 7.4 billion Amorepacific (cosmetics)
5 Kim Jung-ju  South Korea 7 billion Nexon (online games)
6 Kwon Hyuk-bin  South Korea 5.8 billion Smilegate (online games)
7 Chung Mong-koo  South Korea 4.9 billion Hyundai Motor Group
8 Chey Tae-won  South Korea 4.7 billion SK Group
9 Kim Beom-soo  South Korea 3.3 billion Daum Kakao
10 Park Yeon-cha  South Korea 3.2 billion Taekwang (sneakers)
11 Chung Euisun  South Korea 2.6 billion Hyundai Motor Group
12 Kim Taek-jin  South Korea 1.9 billion NCSOFT (online games)
13 Shin Chang-jae  South Korea 1.8 billion Kyobo Life Insurance
14 Lee Ho-jin  South Korea 1.8 billion Taekwang Industrial
15 Hong Ra-hee  South Korea 1.8 billion Samsung Group
16 Bang Jun-hyuk  South Korea 1.7 billion Netmarble (online games)
17 Kim Sang-yeul  South Korea 1.7 billion Hoban Construction
18 Lee Joong-keun  South Korea 1.7 billion Booyoung Group (construction)
19 Koo Kwang-mo  South Korea 1.7 billion LG Group
20 Park Hyeon-joo  South Korea 1.7 billion Mirae Asset Financial Group
21 Lee Boo-jin  South Korea 1.7 billion Samsung Group
22 Lim Sung-ki  South Korea 1.6 billion Hanmi Pharmaceuticals
23 Lee Seo-hyun  South Korea 1.5 billion Samsung Group
24 Michael Kim  South Korea 1.5 billion MBK Partners (PEF)
25 Kim Jun-ki  South Korea 1.4 billion DB Group (insurance)
26 Shin Dong-bin  South Korea 1.3 billion Lotte Group
27 Lee Jay-hyun  South Korea 1.3 billion CJ Group (food, entertainment)
28 Lee Hae-jin  South Korea 1.3 billion NAVER (internet portal)
29 Chang Pyung-soon  South Korea 1.3 billion Kyowon (education)
30 Chey Ki-won  South Korea 1.2 billion SK Group
31 Cho Jung-ho  South Korea 1.2 billion Meritz (finance)
32 Chung Mong-joon  South Korea 1.2 billion Hyundai Heavy Industries
33 Hur Yong-in  South Korea 1.2 billion SPC Group (food)
34 Chung Yong-jin  South Korea 1.1 billion Shinsegae Group (retail)
35 Lee Myung-hee  South Korea 1.1 billion Shinsegae Group (retail)
36 Shin Dong-joo  South Korea 1.1 billion Lotte Group
37 Lee Sang-hyuk  South Korea 1.1 billion Yellow Mobile (investments)
38 Lee Joon-ho  South Korea 1.1 billion NHN Entertainment
39 Koo Bon-sik  South Korea 1.1 billion LT Group
40 Kim Jung-woong  South Korea 1.1 billion cosmetics
41 Hong Seok-joh  South Korea 1 billion BGF Group (retail)
42 Lee Hwa-kyung  South Korea 1 billion Orion Group (food)
43 Koo Bon-neung  South Korea 1 billion Heesung Group (electronics)
44 Cho Yang-rai  South Korea 1 billion Hankook Tire
45 Kim Nam-jung  South Korea 1 billion Dongwon Group (food)
46 Kim Nam-goo  South Korea 1 billion Korea Investment Holdings
47 Kim Dae-il  South Korea 1 billion online games
48 Bom Kim  South Korea 1 billion Coupang (retail)
49 Koo Bon-joon  South Korea 1 billion LG Group
50 Shin Dong-guk  South Korea 1 billion Hanyang Precision (pharmaceuticals)
51 Kenny Park  South Korea 1 billion sneakers
52 Sendy Amang  South Korea 800 million Blogger
53 Bang Si-hyuk  South Korea 770 million Big Hit Entertainment
54 Hyemin park  South Korea 500 million Cosmetics and Art

See also

References

  1. ^ "The World's Billionaires". Forbes. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
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