For inviting Rosé to appear at the event, a brand had to give her a necklace worth ₩90m

Rosé, a member of BLACKPINK and a Tiffany & Co. worldwide ambassador, displayed her opulence.

On September 13, Rosé made a big impression at a Tiffany & Co. event in Tokyo, Japan.

She afterwards shared a number of pictures on her Instagram account to remember the momentous day. Fans were drawn to the photograph of a magnificent Tiffany & Co. jewelry that was artfully displayed on a table.

According to the postcard that is placed next to the necklace and begins, “Dear Rosé,” it seems that the female role model got this present from Tiffany & Co. after attending their event.

Rosé reportedly got a $66,000 necklace as a present (about 91 million won).

Rosé works as a worldwide spokesperson for the prestigious brand Saint Laurent in addition to Tiffany & Co. She was given the moniker “Human Saint Laurent” because of her exquisite attractiveness, which is in line with the company’s image.

BLACKPINK, Rosé’s band, is becoming more and more well-known every day. The female group is sometimes referred to as “YG Entertainment’s cash cow” due to the significant revenues they have generated for their business.

In September of last year, BLACKPINK’s income for the first half of 2021 was made public during a broadcast of Mnet’s “TMI News.”

BLACKPINK had a paid YouTube concert in January 2021 dubbed “YG PALM STAGE – 2021 BLACKPINK: THE SHOW,” which drew 280,000 viewers from all around the globe. A basic concert ticket costs 36,000 won, but a ticket that includes behind-the-scenes material costs 48,000 won. Assuming that everyone who attended the performance used basic seating, the event might have earned up to 10.08 billion won. Additionally, it is projected that the combined sales of concert-related items and profits would exceed 15 billion won.

“BLACKPINK THE MOVIE,” a documentary on BLACKPINK, premiered in August of last year and has reportedly attracted 500,000 viewers worldwide. “BLACKPINK THE MOVIE” debuted in more than 100 nations and 3,000 cinemas, according to “TMI NEWS.” According to reports, this documentary made roughly 5.8 billion won in revenue.

BLACKPINK made roughly 20.8 billion won from concerts and the movie premiere alone, despite not making a return in the first half of last year.

On a KBS2 broadcast of “Entertainment Weekly” in November of last year, BLACKPINK’s Jennie was also included at number six in the list of “stars who received the greatest advertising money this year.”

In the first half of 2020, Jennie earned 500 million won from commercials and worked as a model for five well-known companies, including the cosmetics company Hera and the underwear company Calvin Klein. After summing up her annual advertising earnings, the program said that Jennie’s income from advertisements was around 5 billion won.

The anticipated advertising revenues for Rosé, who also works as a model for a number of companies like Tiffany & Co., Saint Laurent, Homeplus, Sulwhasoo, etc., total hundreds of millions of won. The female star is anticipated to earn a large sum since she often attended events abroad this time.

Many online users expressed respect for BLACKPINK members who, at the age of 20, are making billions of won.