Free Zia From “Single’s Inferno” Reportedly Getting Paid A Whopping 30 Million Won Per Instagram Sponsored Post

Beauty YouTuber Free Zia, who was caught up in controversy over wearing fake luxury goods, was confirmed to have cost tens of millions of won for one upload to SNS.

Recently, Song Ji Ah rose to stardom with Netflix‘s “Single’s Inferno” and rose to the 0th place in the production of price content for various brands. In fact, her SNS followers soared to 3.4 million and her YouTube channel subscribers to 1.9 million.

According to Song Ji Ah‘s agency, Hyowon CNC, she is receiving 30 million won per Instagram advertisement post upload. The production of a YouTube branded ad is 80 million won. In particular, in the case of Instagram, before the controversy broke out, bookings for various brands were closed until May.

Not only this. Recently, a certain ice cream brand fetched 90 million won for advertising by posting advertisements on Instagram and YouTube. It is rumored that the company gave up on casting Song Ji Ah for a higher payment than a celebrity. She is also famous for refusing exclusive contracts with fashion and beauty brands to advertise for various brands.

Previously, Song Ji Ah was embroiled in controversy over wearing fake luxury goods.

As the controversy spread, Song Ji Ah posted a handwritten apology on her Instagram. He acknowledged all the allegations and apologized. Also, to this day, we are deleting posts that wear fakes.



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