South Korean singer and actress Kim “Hyolyn” Hyo-jung has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Born in Incheon, South Korea on January 11, 1991. She is widely recognized as part of the South Korean girl group Sistar and its sub-unit Sistar19. Hyo-jung auditioned for JYPE twice and was successful in her second attempt; however, she later left to inked deal with Starship Entertainment after JYPE’s plans for her to debut were called off. In 2010 she made her public appearance as a member of Sistar and founded the sub-group Sistar19 along with Bora the following year. In 2013 Hyo-jung teamed up with Stevie Wonder performing on the song “I Just Called to Say I Love You”. In the same year she also released her very first solo studio album Love & Hate, which peaked at #5 in Korea as well as at #11 in Taiwan, while also featuring the #1 hit in Korea “One Way Love”. Hyolyn appeared in the 2012 television series Dream High Season 2 and has been nominated for scores of awards including five World Music Awards.