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Everyone, including K-Pop idols, look forward to paydays. With all the bills and debt we put ourselves into these days, it's not too surprising. Sure, you may argue that there are a lot of different types of people out there such as the rich, the well-off, and the ones that don't care what happens to their life, who don't necessarily prioritize money. But the truth is, well-off people, spend the same as any other average person and they too need paydays. The only difference is that they have a different standard of lifestyle.

But moving on, YG Entertainment boy band WINNER recently opened up about what they did with their first paycheck during an interview that took place on April 17th.

When the reporter asked what they did with it, they revealed a depressing story of how they paid a portion of their debts off. In fact, they also revealed that they still have a massive debt waiting to be paid back. SeungYoon stated that none of the members of WINNER came from a rich family and most were struggling financially in comparison to average South Korean citizens.

WINNER Shares Surprising Information About Their First Paycheck

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Considering their popularity and success, many netizens were quite surprised to hear that they still haven't paid their debt off completely.

If you thought you were struggling in life to pay off your college debt, just know that you're not alone. Idols go through the same struggles, just in different ways.

 

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Apr 26, 2018 02:27 am

Huh? I thought debuting from the BIG Three means that there are no debts to pay back to the Big Three (YG/JYP/SM) or do they have others debt ?

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Apr 29, 2018 10:32 pm
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that's not the case for each of the big three. all I know is that JYP and SM artists don't have debts to pay when they debut and so on (still not sure about this info), but YG does.