These Idols Share Something In Common That Only 1% Of Asians Have

These 3 popular idols have a unique trait that only exists in 1% of the entire Asian population.

Almost all Koreans know what their blood type is. In fact, it is one of the most essential facts that Koreans know about themselves. Personality traits are often attributed to each blood type; Type As, for example, are considerate and loyal, while Type Bs are said to be more independent.

While most people know about the A, B, AB, and O blood groupings, another significant factor in blood typing is called the Rhesus (Rh) factor. If the Rh factor is present in an individual’s blood, then that person is considered Rh+, and if it is missing, Rh-. Usually, the Rh factor is shortened to just the symbol and appended to the main blood type, e.g, AB+. 

Among idols, and Asians in general, a negative Rh factor is incredibly rare; so rare, in fact, that less than 1% of the entire Asian population has it. The following idols, however, are all Rh-, making them very unique indeed.

Shinhwa’s Junjin

Junjin has the extremely rare blood type, B-. His unique blood type has been a hot topic ever since his debut in 1998.


Next is SEVENTEEN‘s main vocalist, Dokyeom. His blood type of O-.

TWICE’s Chaeyoung

Chaeyoung‘s blood type is B-. In TWICE’s Elegant Private Life she proudly proclaimed, “I have a rare blood type. Of course I’m fun.”


Source: Dispatch