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Idol groups who bring in the most revenue for their companies

By beansss   14 days ago   636,528   8,270   412
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Idol groups who bring in the most revenue for their companies
There may be many idol groups who come and go from the focus of the spotlight when it comes to mere popularity or the public's attention, but when it comes to revenues, the tides don't turn so easily. Check out some of these veteran groups who served as the backbones of their labels, allowing entertainment companies to rise to the big names they are today, and are still supporting their companies as the #1 money makers in their fields.

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    aisainn17 9 days ago

    Yay TVXQ!! kinda gratified to see they're keeping their rising gods title

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    jypnloves 11 days ago

    i thought i saw some greek god after seeing 2PM picture...i miss them so much...

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    Hottest2PMKhun jypnloves 11 days ago

    2pm are greek gods, just compile all their men's health pictorials (plus junho shirtless pic) and there you have it. Or taec and nichkhun's coke zero cf gifs

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    dreamcatcher810 12 days ago

    EXO brings the most profit to SME as far as I know🤔 and on another note... I thought CNBLUE brought more profit than FT Island

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    shineedork dreamcatcher810 12 days ago

    FTI do tours more than CNB. Also CNB's latest scandal has given them flack. TVXQ have a huge fanbase in Japan, which is why they make more than EXO.

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    Kawaii8 dreamcatcher810 11 days ago

    they bring a lot of money for album sales, but as far as tours go, tvxq make the most, and tours bring in much more revenue for the company. It's actually been that way for years. SM had to send SNSD, SHINee, f(x) and EXO last year to Japan to fill in TVXQ's void (they're inactive now). These were gathered from HANA financial reports so the receipts are all there

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    Julian5 dreamcatcher810 7 days ago

    2016-2017 sm lost 46% of its stocks becuz of TVXQ military service & NONE in sm including exo could fill TVXQ's void!!

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    macmacmac 12 days ago

    BTS, EXID, and cash cow HyunA? But I guess Cube is out of the question since they're currently operating at a loss.

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    PDlife 12 days ago

    I know once are going to be angry at this but still twice ain't even near got7 in terms of money making for JYP. The CEO said it himself in an interview last year it might change after milking them this year.

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    nitika11 12 days ago

    tvxq was unexpected for me ......... with exo, snsd...

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    eeddee nitika11 10 days ago

    Not really when go check TVXQ concert tours and see them having tours for 800k people in Japan + like another 100k outside of Japan.

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    Lorelai 12 days ago

    Nice to see Seventeen there, hope they will rise higher and bring in more and more revenues

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    Nguyenn00 12 days ago

    The big three need to update their family photos cause the current photos are LIES.

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    sarang_heyooo 12 days ago

    Wow,  who knew BigBang would bring in the most revenue for YG? *eye roll*

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    Everlasting_frie 12 days ago

    I am so happy to see so many apperciate TVXQ :)

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