Lee Boo-Jin Net Worth
Lee Boo-Jin Net Worth: Lee Boo-Jin is a South Korean businesswoman who has a net worth of $1.5 billion. The eldest daughter of Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-Hee, Lee Boo-Jin has proved to have remarkable entrepreneurial skills, just like her father, and she is even sometimes called "the little Lee Kun-Hee.
A graduate of Yonsei University, Lee Boo-Jin first joined the Samsung Foundation in 1995, and within six years she landed a managerial position at Hotel Shilla, which was set up by Lee Byung-chull, Samsung Group's founder. By 2012, she has also made a successful launch of the first Louis Vuitton boutique installed in a duty-free shop, at Korea's Incheon International Airport. This feat earned Lee Boo-Jin the rights to manage the duty free-shops in Singapore's Changi Airport. In 2013, she went on to open various cosmetics shops under the name Sweet May in Macao and Hong Kong. Lee Boo-Jin's biggest asset is an 8.4% share in the family's company, Samsung Everland, estimated at around $900 million. Furthermore, she holds stakes in various Samsung affiliates, as well as a 4.2% stake of IT services provider Samsung SDS, valued at $250 million. Her younger sister, Lee Seo-Hyun, also joins her in the billionaires' club. She serves as president at Everland and is identical shareholder in Everland and SDS.
|Net Worth:||$1.5 Billion|
|Date of Birth:||Oct 6, 1970 (50 years old)|