Net Worth: $1.2 Million
- Source of Wealth Skateboarding, Sports
- Birth Place Seoul, South Korea
- Height 5' 6" (1.69 m)
- Marital Status Married (Shumate W. Song)
- Full Name Daewon David Song
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth February 19, 1975
- Ethnicity Korean
- Weight 160 lbs (72 kg)
- Occupation Professional Skateboarder
- Education 135th Street school in Gardena
- Children 1 (Adonis)
About Daewon Song
Daewon David Song is an American professional skateboarder from Korea with a net worth of $1.2 million. He is famous for his skillful technical street skateboarding. Daewon is a co-owner of Almost Skateboards, along with Rodney Mullen. He also skates for the company with other sponsored team riders. The Thrasher magazine named Song as the 2006 “Skater of the Year.” It is widely considered to be one of the most significant honors in skateboarding.
When Song was sixteen years old, the World Industries sponsored him and made him appear in lots of video productions for the company including Love Child. Song documented his first hardflip on film in Love Child. In numerous interviews, he spoke about his time with the World Industries and focused on his time at their indoor skate park. Steve Rocco and Rodney Mullen oversaw the skate park, and Mullen eventually became a mentor and close friend of Song.
The Transworld Skateboarding identified Song as the twenty-ninth most influential skateboarder of all time. They published it on the magazine’s digital platform in December 2011. The founder and owner of DGK (Dirty Ghetto Kids) identified Song and Mullen as the most influential skateboarders. Daewon David Song is great in skateboarding, especially with his manual combinations.
Earnings & Financial Data
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- Earnings 2016
Event Sep. 2016
Prize from Real Street, the X Games all-street skateboarding video contest