They don’t do the usual percentage to divide their money.
Despite the six members of INFINITE signing with different companies, they recently celebrated their thirteenth anniversary together with their first comeback in years. To make sure they continue to promote together, leader Sunggyu received the copyrights to their name and created INFINITE COMPANY to manage their group activities. So when they appeared on Knowing Bros, the MCs joked that Sunggyu must be taking all their profits as the company’s CEO.
However, that wasn’t the case at all. Checking with the members beforehand to confirm that it was okay to share, the idol CEO surprised the cast by revealing the complete opposite.
They denied the claim, “Isn’t it Sunggyu 80% and the others 20%?” Sunggyu clarified, “No, it’s 90% to the artists and 10% to the company.” The INFINITE COMPANY percentage was so low that Sungyeol said it was essentially “volunteer work.”
Sunggyu also made sure everyone was treated fairly. The members’ ninety percent profit was divided equally between the six of them. Yet, there was another layer on how their money was split.
Although INFINITE COMPANY splits the ninety percent profit equally between the members, Dongwoo confirmed that each of them divides that money with their individual companies afterward.
Although it can be tricky for a group with so many different companies to promote smoothly, INFINITE makes it look easy—even when splitting their money.
See the veteran group reveal their unique percentage split with INFINITE COMPANY and how it breaks down further from there.