Kim Jung-youn, the world’s youngest billionaire, has made headlines recently. At just 18 years old, Kim has become the youngest billionaire in the world, according to reports.
Kim and her elder sister Jung-min inherited equal shares of a 30.78 per cent stake each in NXC, a South Korean gaming and entertainment company. Kim’s stake in NXC has made her the world’s youngest billionaire.
Kim and her sister are the daughters of the late founder of NXC, Kim Jung-ju. Kim Jung-ju founded the company in 1999 and it has since grown to become one of the largest gaming and entertainment companies in South Korea.
Kim Jung-youn is a student at Seoul National University, where she is studying business. She is also a member of the NXC board of directors.
Kim’s rise to billionaire status is an incredible achievement, especially considering her young age. She is an inspiration to many young people around the world who are striving to achieve their dreams.
Kim’s success is a testament to the power of hard work and dedication. Despite her young age, she has already achieved a level of success that many adults could only dream of.
Kim’s success is also a reminder of the importance of family. Kim and her sister have been able to leverage their family’s legacy to achieve great success.
Kim Jung-youn is an inspiring example of what can be achieved with hard work and dedication. She is a reminder that anything is possible, no matter how young you are.