Since the number has nothing to do with his birthday, or any other significant date, his parents were shocked to find it. They haven’t released any information about whether it’s significant to their family line, but regardless, the situation is completely unusual.
Doctors have assured the family that the numbers will gradually fade from Hanru’s head over time, and though it appears dark, it will likely be gone before he’s a teenager. Hanru’s great-grandmother, Catherine Jooste, is calling the birthmark a “beautiful surprise,” according to the Northcliff Melville Times. She said, “We did not worry about it,” and experts confirm they have nothing to be concerned about.