Social media has become a central pillar of the Internet economy, providing content creators with power and money. With online influence being the most powerful modern currency, it’s the power users who define a platform’s fate, rather than the founders of social media platforms themselves. In this context, we explore how celebrities use their platforms for good, focusing on influential Korean stars who have made breakthroughs with their achievements, social media popularity, media appearances, and earnings.

Global Entertainment Frontrunners: BTS and BLACKPINK

Forbes Korea has released its annual list of the most powerful Korean celebrities, featuring global entertainment frontrunners like BTS and BLACKPINK. These artists have not only achieved immense success in the music industry but have also used their social media platforms to connect with fans, raise awareness for important causes, and promote positive messages.

Beloved Korean Personalities: Song Joong Ki and Yoo Jae Suk

Other influential Korean stars on the list include beloved personalities like Song Joong Ki and Yoo Jae Suk. They have utilized their social media presence to engage with fans, share their personal lives, and support charitable causes, demonstrating how celebrities can use their platforms for good.

Popular Singers: Young Tak and Jang Yoon Jung

Popular singers like Young Tak and Jang Yoon Jung have successfully cemented their power in Korea with their diverse music styles. By leveraging their social media platforms, they have been able to connect with fans, promote their music, and support various causes, showcasing the positive impact of social media on their careers.

Other Influential Celebrities on the List

Lee Seung Gi, Kim Hee Jae, Kim Ji Eun, Lee Junho, Park Eun Bin, Jang Minho, Son Suk Ku, and Lim Young Woong are among the other celebrities on the Forbes Korea list. These stars have also harnessed the power of social media to engage with their fans, promote their work, and support important causes, proving that celebrities can indeed use their platforms for good.