Article: Ten Korean Actors Who Believe In Superstitions

Success brings a tremendous amount of belief in life. The belief can be either practically dependent on things or some superstition that might work for some people. It has no proof that superstitions are true or not. But, things happen to those who believe in it. And that’s how superstitions work with people. Let’s see some bizarre superstitions that Korean celebrities believe in.

1. IU

IU is a South Korean-origin actress, model, record producer, dancer, and singer. On 16th May 1993, she was born in Songjeong-dong, Seoul, South Korea. She has worked in several dramas and has given a bunch of superhit chartbuster songs. She has also hosted radio and television shows. She has this superstition where she believes that her song performs extremely well if it has three-word titles.

2. Jo Jae Hyun

Jo Jae Hyun is a South-Korean origin actor, theatre artist, and television personality. On 30th June 1965, he was born in Gyeongju, South Korea. He started his journey as a supporting actor, and years later, he started getting lead actor roles. He believes in the superstition that he needs to buy underwear near his shooting locations and wear it on the set to have a successful day.

3. JeA

JeA is a South-Korean origin singer, dancer, actor, and songwriter. Her real name is Kim Hyo-Jin. On 18th September 1981, she was born in Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea. She is the lead member of the girl band Brown Eyed Girls and has also released several songs as a solo artist. She believes in the superstition that her days go bad if she eats onions.

4. G-Dragon

G-Dragon is a South-Korean origin singer, dancer, songwriter, rapper, record producer, and entrepreneur. On 18th August 1988, he was born in Seoul, South Korea. His real name is Kwon Ji-Yong. He is one of the most successful artists in the K-POP industry. He has won several awards including, Melon Music Award, Mnet Asian Music Awards, Korean Music Awards, and Golden Disc Award. He believes in the superstition that if he writes a song imagining a break-up, he and his girlfriend end up breaking up.

5. Yoon Eun-Hye

Yoon Eun-Hye is a South-Korean origin actress, model, and singer. On 3rd October 1984, she was born in Seoul, South Korea. She debuted in the industry as a Baby Vox band member. She has also appeared in dramas like Princess Hours, The Vineyard Man, My Fair Lady, and Missing You. She believes that every male actor ends up enlisting in the army right after being cast against her.

6. Cho Yong-Jin

Cho Yong-Jin is a South-Korean origin actress, musician, singer, dancer, host, and television personality. On 20th November 1984, she was born in South Korea. She gained recognition after appearing on music shows. She currently, owns a label under her name and is also focusing on her radio shows. She believes in the superstition that when she sings about break-ups, she ends up having one.

7. Jung Woo Sung

Jung Woo Sung is a South-Korean origin actor, model, and singer. On 22nd April 1973, he was born in Seoul, South Korea. He gained recognition after starring in the gangster movie Beat. He also won the Best Debut Actor award at the 17th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards for the film. He believes in the superstition that every time he shoots on the rooftop, that day becomes the coldest day of the year.

8. Taeyeon

Taeyeon is a South-Korean origin singer, dancer, and performer. On 9th March 1989, she was born in Pyeonghwa-dong. She is a member of the girl band Got The Beat. She debuted as a member of Girl’s Generation. She has won several awards including Golden Disc, Seoul Music Awards, and Gaon Chart Music Awards. She believes in the superstition that if she doesn’t relate to the song’s title, it doesn’t work.

9. INFINITE

INFINITE is a k-pop band formed in 2010. It has six members Sungkyu, Dongwoo, Woohyun, Sungyeol, L, and Sungkyu. They believe that if it rains on the concert day, the concert becomes a success.

10. Yoseob

Yoseob is a South-Korean origin singer, actor, dancer, and performer. On 5th January 1990, he was born in Chang-dong, Seoul, South Korea. He is the lead singer of the boy band Highlight. He believes that if he wears fancy underwear on performance, it goes super smoothly.