Forbes: Samsung’s Jay Y. Lee is the richest Korean in 2024

Samsung’s executive chairman Jay Y. Lee (Lee Jae-yong in Korean) topped the Forbes 2024 Richest Korean list for the first time. On April 17, Forbes revealed that the Samsung boss is the richest in South Korea, with his assets increasing by $3.5 billion, bringing his total net worth to $11.5 billion.

Thanks to a rise in Samsung’s stocks, Samsung’s Lee jumped to the top of the Forbes 2024 Richest Korean list. Notably, the company’s stocks significantly hiked after the revelation that it’s developing high-bandwidth memory chips used in AI computing for NVIDIA.

Forbes 2023 Richest Korean, Kim Byung-ju, slipped to second this year with assets worth $9.7 billion. The third place went to Seo Jung-jin, honorary chairman of Celltrion, with assets of $7.5 billion.

Cho Jung-ho, chairman of Meritz Financial Group, ranked fourth with $6.2 billion, and Chung Mong-koo, honorary chairman of Hyundai Motor Group, was fifth with $4.6 billion.

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