BTS‘s Jin once said that he comes from a family of entrepreneurs, and it shows!

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This Worldwide Handsome superstar is a millionaire, but he hasn’t lost his “broke rookie” mindset. In fact, he is always finding new ways to earn extra cash on the side. Most of these side hustles involve auctioning off BTS’s stuff to the highest bidder!

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| Run BTS!/Weverse

He has jokingly offered to sell everything from the angel statue in the “Blood, Sweat & Tears” MV to the outfit he made for Jungkook on Run BTS!

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Selling clothes, make an offer.

— Jin

Now, he’s at it again! On Weverse, Jin responded to this Run BTS! ad with an ad of his own.

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In the comments, Jin jokingly announced that he will be selling BTS’s medals from a previous episode for millions of dollars.

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I’m selling the gold medals from Run BTS! I want a direct transaction, I’m thinking of a ₩1.00 trillion KRW [about $896 million USD]. Interested billionaires, please contact me.

— Jin

That price is far beyond what most ARMYs can afford, but Jin is willing to negotiate.

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For the people saying they’re short ₩500 KRW [about $0.45 USD] to ₩1,000 KRW [about $0.90 USD], up to ₩100 million KRW [about $89,600 USD] is possible.

— Jin

Jin was quick to clarify that he isn’t about to give ARMY a super low price, but he is willing to give them a discount.

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I’m not saying I’ll sell for ₩1.00 million KRW [about $896 USD], it’s a discount up to ₩1.00 million KRW [about $896 USD], so please prepare to pay  999,990,000,000 won.

— Jin

A fan mentioned that selling items on the Weverse app is prohibited, but since when has “Jin Hit” ever followed the rules?

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I can do it.

— Jin