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Choi Siwon is a Korean pop singer, songwriter, actor, and model. He was born in Seoul, and his age is 34 years as of today. He was born on April 7, 1986, and his birth sign is Aries. We will also be going to share his net Worth, Salary, Cars, Lifestyle, Income, and other details. So, let’s see how rich he is in 2020.

Early Life


Choi graduated from Apgy Jeong High School in 2006 and then from the Inha University in 2012. He is also a well-known protestant Christian and wants to become a missionary after his career. That is why; he often shares Bible quotes on his Twitter accounts. He is very famous in China as he once appeared on Chinese postage stamps.

Net Worth of Choi Siwon

The net worth of Choi Siwon, according to Forbes, Wikipedia, Forbes, and other sources, is about $36 Million at the age of 34. Most of this money he has earned as a professional pop singer. Well, it is difficult to estimate the actual net worth of Choi as he comes from a wealthy family. According to the sources, the net worth of his family is over $500 Million. Furthermore, his family is the owner of the Hyundai department store chain. The father of Choi is the CEO of Boryung Medicine. Of course, he belongs to a very wealthy family in South Korea. He started his career as a pop singer with Super Junior. However, he is also a model and actor.


The net worth of Korean pop singer, songwriter, actor, and model, Choi Siwan is unbelievable. Pinterest

He also has the owner of the first South Korean singer to hit 5 million followers on Twitter. Even, he can speak multiple languages, including English, Korean, and Mandarin. He is not only famous in South Korea but as well in China too. That is why; he has been seen in various advertisements in Korea, China, and Thailand. The reason is that he has loyal followers on Twitter from these countries. The majority of his income comes from the endorsement from China. He has also worked as an actor in various Korean and Chinese films and TV shows.

Biography

He started his career as a famous member of the boy group “Super Junior.” The SM Entertainment group was the first to discover him at the age of sixteen. He had also performed with the boy band Super Junior-M. Choi Siwon is on the top of the pop singers list in South Korea. You can say that he is currently the most famous pop singer in the country. He is also rank top in the list of famous people with the age of 34 years.

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Relationship

Choi is one of those celebs who does want to make their personal life public. There is a time in everyone’s life when they make new relationships. It is usual for people to make assumptions when they see two personalities together. However, it is not the case every time as they can be friends too. As we mentioned earlier, so there is not much information to share about his relationship.

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