San-E: “A song I made while drinking, 200 million won a month’s copyright fee” (‘Korean Foreigner’)

Rapper San-E drew attention by revealing one-hundred-million-dollar monthly royalties.

MBC Every1’s ‘Korean Foreigner’, aired on the 12th, was a special feature of ‘Show Me the Korean Beef’, and rappers Outsider, San-E, Basic, and Synth appeared as guests, while San-E shared the secret story of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Honey’.

On this day, San-E said about the reason for challenging Mnet’s ‘Show Me the Money 10’ as a participant, “I wanted to try a new challenge.

I have no regrets,” he said.

San-E Han, who has composed more than 100 songs so far, said, “I see, hear, and feel a lot of other people’s works.

Whether it’s art or a movie, I express the emotions I felt while experiencing various arts through music.”

The story behind the birth of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Honey’ was also revealed. He said, “I was drinking a glass of soju in the Han River and came out. It’s the most filial song,” and said, “Because it’s a season song, many people listen to it every summer. I earned 200 million won a month from royalties.”

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