Lee Jay-Hyun

What is Lee Jay-Hyun's Net Worth?

Lee Jay-Hyun is a South Korean businessman who has a net worth of $1.8 billion. The grandson of Lee Byung-Chul, Samsung's late founder, Lee Jay-Hyun is one of the key people of the CJ Group, a South Korean conglomerate holding company that separated from Samsung in 1997 to become country's biggest food processor before eventually moving into entertainment and pharmaceuticals, as well as home shopping and logistics. A graduate of Korea University, Lee Jay-Hyun currently serves as a chairman of the CJ Group along with Sohn Kyung-Shik, also a chairman, whereas Lee Gwan-Hoon is the CEO of the company.

The three has been instrumental when it comes to the rise of the South Korean conglomerate that now has subsidiaries like Mnet Media (music), CJ CGV (the largest multiplex theater chain in Korea) and CJ Entertainment (the country's largest film distributor and investor). As for CJ's other acquisitions, they include companies like Yongin Hog Farm, Korea Express, OnMedia, Dongryp Industrial Corp., Accord Express, Wonhyeong Industrial CO, CJ Consortium, CJ Internet, Hanil Pharmaceuticals Ind, Shin Dong Bang Corp., Mipung Industrial CO and Dongyang Jedang. Aside from his successful business career, Lee Jay-Hyun is a married man and father of three.

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