'Single's Inferno' star Song Ji-ah makes RM105k per Instagram post


Song Ji-ah commands higher advertisement fees than some South Korean celebrities. Photo: Song Ji-ah/Instagram

South Korean beauty influencer Song Ji-ah, who was embroiled in a fake branded goods controversy recently, has been revealed to make an average of 30 million won (RM105,000) per Instagram post.

Her management agency Hyowon CNC shared the figure with South Korean magazine Star 1 and also divulged that she earns 80 million won (RM280,000) per video mention on YouTube.

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