Facts of Ji Hansol
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Ji Hansol is a famous Korean singer and dancer. He is best known after becoming a member of boy group band called “NewKidd” which stands for New-generation key of the Dream under J-FLO Entertainment as main dancer and sub vocalist.
The band officially debuted on 25 April 2019.
The group has seven members. He is former SM Entertainment trainee.
Ji Hansol Net Worth
He earns a massive amount of salary. His net worth is 300 thousand dollars till the date. His net worth is increasing day by day. His salary is not disclosed yet.
He manages to earn that sum of money from his singing and dancing talent. He has worked for SM Entertainment, Key East Entertainment and many more.
Currently, he is associated with J-FLO Entertainment.
He has appeared in Korean Drama named “Love After School 2” in 2018. He has also appeared in TV shows such as “UNB in Japan” “Idol Room” along with others.
He loves dancing and has a dream to earn name and fame in the dancing field. He is a very hardworking man and loves what he is doing right now.
He is a well-known face of the Kpop world.
He loves dogs and has a dog in his house. His dog’s name is Doku. He enjoys spending time with his friends and family. He likes watching football.
Ji Hansel wiki
Ji Hansel was born on 21 November 1994 in Busan, South Korea. He is the youngest son of his parents. He has two elder siblings, a brother and a sister.
He was raised with his siblings and parents. He hasn’t disclosed the name of his parents and siblings yet.
He attended Hanlim Arts School. He began his career at a very young age. He is 5 feet and 11 inches tall with a perfect body.
He is thankful to his father for everything he has done for him. He uploaded this picture on his Instagram account on 10 December 2017, and it is a flashback from his childhood days.
He is looking super cute in this one, and he was very young. His father is holding him on his lap and a moment to cherish. It was, thankfully, captured by someone.
He has captioned this beautiful picture as,
"Father and me…"