Happy International Left-Handers’ Day! Say Hello to These K-Pop and K-Drama Lefties!
August 13 is International Left-Handers’ Day! Today we celebrate the approximate 10 percent of the population who do things “the opposite way.” In the olden days, left-handedness was considered a sort-of abnormality and an indication of aberrant behavior. This explains why there are few South Koreans, particularly within the older generation, who are proudly left-handed, as many naturally left-handed people were trained to use their right hands from an early age.
Nowadays, it’s quite common to see some left-handers among the younger generation, even among celebrities. International Left-Handers’ Day was created to raise awareness and celebrate the uniqueness, creativity, and adaptability of left-handers all over the world. So let us welcome Left-Handers’ Day with these verified K-Pop and K-Drama lefties!
Kim Soo Hyun’s star is on the rise after successive drama hits. From “Dream High” to “The Moon that Embraces the Sun” and “Man from the Stars,” the actor has been picked to endorse many brands. As such, we have witnessed his left-handedness in action, as he often signs autographs during various fan meeting and signing events.
Park Shin Hye has been observed on numerous occasions to use her left hand predominantly, although she writes with her right. Here she is, showing off both her athleticism and left-handedness in a pitch.
G.O has displayed his left-handedness while signing CDs.
Block B’s Zico
Zico was captured writing with his left hand.
Gongchan gets his pen ready and smiles adorably for the camera.
Hongbin is seen at a signing event. His group mate, Leo, is also reported to be ambidexterous, which means both hands are equally dominant. True ambidexterity is uncommon, with only one out of 100 people being naturally ambidextrous.
Wonder Girls’ Hyelim
The Wonder Girls are currently on hiatus, so there are fewer chances to see Hyelim in action. Here she is signing autographs with her left hand.
JJ Project’s JB
JB was seen in “Dream High 2.”
Seo In Young was frequently captured signing posters and albums, turned uniquely in a certain direction to accommodate her left-handedness.
Jung Jun Ha
Comedian Jung Jun Ha, best known for “Infinity Challenge,” is one of the rare individuals who actually flaunt his left-handedness, mentioning it often during shows and interviews. We’re sure he’s out there somewhere, celebrating International Left-Handers’ Day very proudly!
The only person who could top Jung Jun Ha in terms of left-handed pride is singer Lee Juk. Not only does he talk about it, he even sings about it. Here he is with his track, “Left-Handed.” Give this tune a listen to celebrate International Left-Handers’ Day!
Know any other K-Pop or K-Drama lefties? If you have verified evidence, post it below and we’ll update this article!