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The Cast of ‘Squid Game’ Ranked From Richest To Poorest

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Squid Game is undoubtedly the biggest movie in the year, 2021. The show occupied the number 1 trending position on movie charts in more than 90 countries for weeks.

Netflix released a lot of good shows this year but the buzz that surrounded Squid Game was enormous. It was mind-blowing.

Owing to how the various actors of the show have gained popularity, we can say that their bank accounts have also fattened.

In this article, we would love to look at the wealth rankings of the top Squid Game cast — from richest to the poorest.

Please note, however, that the fortune made by the stars of the movie is subject to increase after starring in the hit Netflix series.

This list was curated by reference to thethings.com:

We shall come back every now and then to update the figures below.

Now, let’s look at  The Cast of ‘Squid Game’ Ranked From Richest To Poorest:

8. Lee Jung-Jae As Seong Gi-Hun (Player Number 456): $5Million Dollars.

Because he was the lead actor, I believe most of you expect him to be very rich. Your expectations were right, he’s indeed on the top of the list.

Lee Jung-Jae As Seong Gi-Hun (Player Number 456): $5Million Dollars.

He played the role of a gambling addict, an irresponsible father, and a driver. He started his music career in 1993. Aside from the Squid Game which we popularly know him for, he has featured in more than 30 other movies and TV shows.

Aside from acting, Lee Jung-Jae has other businesses of interest — he owns restaurants and an entertainment label. He’s also currently one of the fresh brand ambassadors for Italian clothing brand, Gucci.

According to Idol Net Worth, Lee Jung-Jae has a net worth of $5million.

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