Song Hye Kyo Has the Rare INFJ Personality Type
South Korean fans are often fascinated by celebrities’ Myer & Briggs’ Personality Type (MBTI), as it quickly enables insight into their preferences and habits. With top star Song Hye Kyo in the spotlight because of her successful drama The Glory, the 41-year-old admitted to have the rarest INFJ personality type, in which only 1.5 percent of the world population possesses.
Song Hye Kyo Is a Proud South Korean
Since her debut, Hye Kyo’s image has been very elegant and gentle. Known as independent and determined in achieving her goals, she has the “Advocate” personality. INFJ stands for Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging. While these personalities do have an innate sense of idealism, they are principled hard-workers who gain fulfillment from making positive and meaningful differences.
Through the INFJ lens, it appears to fittingly describe Hye Kyo, who always sought to maintain her integrity and virtues. The actress has never endorsed Japanese products, as she notably rejected the endorsement deal with Japanese automotive company Mitsubishi Motors in 2016. Hye Kyo also displayed her patriotism by promoting South Korea through her donations of Korean brochures to large foreign museums and art galleries over the past years.
Despite the common perception that most celebrities are extroverts, there are other famous introverts in the industry who achieved fame. Besides Hye Kyo, other fellow INFJ stars include IU, Cha Eun Woo, and Kang Dong Won. They have all recognizably accomplished their goals in their respective fields with their strong sense of purpose and sensitivity.
This article is written by Minna for JayneStars.com.