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제이튠엔터테인먼트 (J.Tune Entertainment)
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Created in 2004/10
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89-8 Cheongdam 2-dong
Gangnam-gu, Seoul (135-954)
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Lee Joon Out With Cochlea Disorder

Source | 2011/02/14 | Permalink

While promoting for their new song, "Stay", MBLAQ has been meeting some obstacles along the way. First off, their member Mir has been pulled out of promotions while he recovers from a back injury. Mir suffered from a slipped disk in his lower back and had to even undergo surgery. Now, member Lee Joon has been diagnosed with cochlea disorder, after showing vomiting symptoms on the morning of February 13th, before the taping of Inkigayo.

With both Mir and Lee Joon out of the lineup...More

Rain cleared of embezzlement charges

Source | 2010/12/31 | Permalink

Rain [Asia Economic Daily]

Singer and actor Rain has been cleared of charges of embezzlement, according to the Seoul Central Prosecutors' Office on Thursday.

A fabric manufacturing company had filed a lawsuit against Rain and executives of his agency J.Tune Entertainment in April, saying that they had suffered financial losses due to J.Tune's fashion affiliate J.Tune Creative...More

MBLAQ reveals teaser video ahead of comeback

Source | 2010/12/29 | Permalink

Korean idols MBLAQ [J.Tune Entertainment]

Korean idols MBLAQ have revealed a teaser video today ahead of their comeback next month, according to their agency J.Tune Entertainment on Wednesday...More

JYPE becomes largest shareholder of Rain's agency

Source | 2010/12/27 | Permalink

JYP Entertainment (JYPE), one of Korea's largest talenthouses founded and run by famed singer-producer J.Y. Park, will become the largest shareholder of Asian pop sensation Rain's entertainment firm J.Tune Entertainment next year.

J.Tune announced through a regulatory filing on Monday that they have decided to increase their capital by issuing about 6.37 million new stocks worth a total 8.5 billion won, equivalent to almost 7.4 million dollars, to 19 ...More

Rain to be reunited with J.Y. Park

Source | 2010/12/27 | Permalink

Renowned K-pop producer J.Y. Park is likely to be reunited with top actor and singer Rain as the former has been proposed to participate in the management company the latter heads as the major shareholder.

Park's management agency, JYP Entertainment, said Monday that it discussed with J.Tune Entertainment how much Park will take over shares and in what manner...More

Singer Rain to sing at finale for Guangzhou Asian Games

Source | 2010/11/26 | Permalink

Singer and actor Rain [Asia Economy Daily]

Popular Korean singer and actor Rain will perform at the closing ceremony of the 2010 16th Guangzhou Asian Games in China on Saturday.

Rain's agency J.Tune Entertainment said on Friday that Rain will fly to China early tomorrow morning to take part in the event where he will sing three of his hit songs...More

Rain to hold solo concert in Korea at the end of Dec

Source | 2010/11/11 | Permalink

Poster for Rain's concert [J.Tune Entertainment]

Asian pop star Rain will hold a solo concert in Korea at the end of next month.

A press release from his agency J.Tune Entertainment announced Thursday that Rain will take the stage of Jamsil Indoor Stadium for his concert titled "ADIEU 2010 with Rain" to be held on December 30...More

Rain's innocence to be proved through "all means possible"

Source | 2010/10/20 | Permalink

Rain [Asia Economic Daily]

Singer and actor Rain's agency J.Tune Entertainment has vowed to take all forms of action necessary to prove that the 28-year-old superstar is being falsely accused of holding gambling debt.

The move comes after a Korean-American named Andrew Kim stepped forward on Monday to say that he has filed a lawsuit in the United States against Rain because he has failed to pay him back 150,000 dollars he borrowed for gambling three years ago...More

Rain denies holding gambling debt

Source | 2010/10/19 | Permalink

Singer and actor Rain [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]

Korean singer and actor Rain has denied charges of failing to pay back money he borrowed from a Korean-American for gambling in the United States three years ago.

The response came just hours after Korean sports daily Sports Seoul broke news yesterday that IT entrepreneur and concert promoter Andrew Kim had sued the 28-year-old superstar for not repaying him 150 thousand dollars he used to cover his gambling debt and finance further gambling at the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas in June 2007...More

Rain's agency offically denies datings rumors

Source | 2010/06/10 | Permalink

Top Korean stars Jun Ji-hyun (left) and Rain [Sidus HQ / J.Tune Entertainment]

Asian superstar Rain's agency J.Tune Entertainment has officially denied the day's earlier reports that the singer and actor has been secretly dating top Korean actress Jun Ji-hyun.

J. Tune announced in a press release Thursday afternoon -- several hours after local media reported that the two have been romantically involved since last October -- that details of their alleged courtship, such as how and where they met, are "not true"...More

Are Rain and Jun Ji-hyun dating?

Source | 2010/06/10 | Permalink

Jun Ji-hyun (left) and Rain [Sidus HQ/J.Tune Entertainment]

Asian pop sensation Rain and top actress Jun Ji-hyun have been dating since October last year, according to a local sports daily on Thursday. released a report earlier in the day, based on a three-month observation, which detailed the romantic relationship between the two including how they first met and where they date.

The paper explained that the couple had met last year through a prominent figure of conglomerate family status in Korea, who held multiple get-togethers in an attempt to matchmake the two...More

Rain becomes 1st Korean to score win at MTV Movie Awards

Source | 2010/06/07 | Permalink

Asian pop sensation Rain [J.Tune Entertainment]

Multi-talented entertainer Rain has become the first Korean celebrity to score a win at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, according to his agency J. Tune Entertainment on Monday.

J. Tune announced in a press release that the singer and actor was named "Biggest Badass Star" at the awards ceremony, held Sunday (U.S. time) in Los Angeles...More

Rain and Jackie Chan team up for music video

Source | 2010/05/19 | Permalink

Official poster of "Karate Kid" [Sony Pictures]

Korean pop sensation Rain and Hong Kong movie star Jackie Chan have come together to create a music video promoting the most recent works of both stars, according to the Rain's agency J.Tune Entertainment on Wednesday.

A press release from J.Tune stated that the music video, aimed at promoting Rain's current single "Hip Song" and Chan's upcoming action flick "The Karate Kid", will be produced by famed actor Will Smith and feature the Korean singer's song and scenes from the Hollywood-Chinese remake of the 1984 hit "The Karate Kid"...More

Rain and Lee Hyori rock televised music shows

Source | 2010/05/03 | Permalink

Winners of televised music programs Rain and Lee Hyori [J.Tune Entertainment, Mnet Entertainment]

Top Korean singers Rain and Lee Hyori took over the top spot on televised music programs over the weekend.

"Love Song" singer Rain claimed the top honor on KBS' Friday music program "Music Bank", taking his third consecutive win on the show, while queen of pop Lee Hyori's "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" scored the Mutizen Award on SBS' music program "Inkigayo" on Sunday...More

Rain shines on music program with "Love Song"

Source | 2010/04/26 | Permalink

Korean pop star Rain [J.Tune Entertainment]

Korean pop sensation Rain's title ballad "Love Song" scored its second win on KBS' televised music program "Music Bank" over the weekend, according to the show's official website on Monday.

Rain beat out "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" by songstress Lee Hyori and "Run Devil Run" by female K-pop group Girls' Generation to take the top honor on the Friday show...More

Rain takes crown from Girls' Generation on "Music Bank"

Source | 2010/04/20 | Permalink

Korean pop singer Rain for his single "Love Song" [J.Tune Entertainment]

Asian pop sensation Rain has claimed his first win on KBS' televised music program "Music Bank" with his single "Love Song".

According to the official website of "Music Bank", Rain, who was to make his stage comeback on the show over the weekend, triumphed over contenders Girls' Generation's "Run Devil Run" and R&B trio Brown Eyed Soul's "I'll Move".

"Music Bank" had originally been set to show last Friday with the lineup including Secret, Kara, After School, U-Kiss and F.Cuz, as well as featuring a comeback performance by Lee Hyori...More

Rain Impresses Japanese Fans in Tokyo

Source | 2010/04/19 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

Korean pop singer Rain wowed Japanese fans last weekend with two encore shows titled "Legend of Rainism".

After releasing a special album and completing promotional activity in Korea, the 27-year-old superstar flew to Tokyo and performed at the National Yoyogi Stadium. It was evident at both shows that he is still one of the most popular Korean singers on the island nation.

On Saturday, more than 10,000 fans cheered him on during the two-hour concert, with attendees ranging from six-year-olds to high school and university students to middle-aged housewives and even old ladies who attended hand-in-hand with their grandchildren.

On Sunday, the excited and gratef...More

Prosecutors investigating Rain embezzlement accusation

Source | 2010/04/14 | Permalink

Korean singer and actor Rain [Lee Ki-bum/Asia Economic Daily]

Prosecutors have launched an investigation into accusations of embezzlement made against K-pop sensation Rain, according to officials on Wednesday.

The Seoul Central Prosecutors' Office confirmed the investigation department has started looking into a lawsuit filed last week by a fabric manufacturing company which has charged Rain and other officials of his agency with embezzlement and dereliction.

Yesterday, the 27-year-old singer and actor, along with other shareholders of his entertainment firm J.Tune Entertainment, was belatedly known to have been sued by the fabric firm...More

Rain commands weekly music charts with "Love Song"

Source | 2010/04/12 | Permalink

Rain on the cover of his special album "BACK TO THE BASIC" [J.Tune Entertainment]

Asian superstar Rain has taken command of online and offline music charts with his latest single "Love Song", according to his agency J.Tune Entertainment on Monday.

J.Tune stated that "Love Song", the title track from Rain's special album "BACK TO THE BASIC", climbed to the No. 1 spot on numerous online weekly charts including Melon, Dosirak, Mnet, Bugs and others...More

Rain and G-Dragon score winning debuts on Gaon charts

Source | 2010/04/08 | Permalink

The cover of Rain's special album "BACK TO THE BASIC" [J.Tune Entertainment]

Asian pop sensation Rain has made a splashing comeback to the K-pop music scene with his new single "Love Song", debuting atop Gaon's singles chart last week.

For the week of March 28 to April 3, the singer took his first crown on the Korean music chart by defeating last week's winner Girls' Generation...More

Rain's album release postponed to April 7

Source | 2010/03/31 | Permalink

Cover to Rain's special album "BACK TO THE BASIC" [J.Tune Entertainment]

The release date for Asian pop sensation Rain's new album, originally due out tomorrow, has been delayed to April 7, according to the singer's agency on Wednesday.

"He was supposed to start promoting his album by giving his comeback performances on music shows this week but they have been cancelled so we put off the release date to next week", an official at J.Tune Entertainment told Asia Economic Daily over the phone...More

Rain's new ballad "Love Song" tops online music charts

Source | 2010/03/31 | Permalink

Korean singer Rain and actress Han Ye-seul on the cover of "Love Song" [J.Tune Entertainment]

Korean singing sensation 'Rain"s new ballad "Love Song" has topped several online music charts since its release yesterday, according to his agency J.Tune Entertainment on Wednesday.

"Song" from 'Rain"s upcoming special album "BACK TO BASICS" is at the No.1 spot on the websites of online music providers Bugs and Melon, as well as social networking site Cyworld...More

Han Ye-seul stars in new Rain music video

Source | 2010/03/24 | Permalink

Singer/actor Rain and actress Han Ye-seul during the shoot for "BACK TO BASIC" [J.Tune Entertainment]

Actress Han Ye-seul has shot a music video with Asian pop sensation Rain for the singer's upcoming special album due out April 1.

'Rain"s agency J. Tune Entertainment said Wednesday that the two shot the video from Sunday till today in Seoul's Gangnam and Songdo districts...More

Lee Soo-man Tops Entertainment Rich List

Source | 2010/03/23 | Permalink

Lee Soo-man, the former singer and currently the largest shareholder of SM Entertainment, is the richest entertainment celebrity in terms of stockholdings.

According to analysis by last Friday, 10 celebrities in the entertainment business had stock valued at W100 million (US$1=W1,137) or more as of Thursday last week. Lee, who holds 28.25 percent in SM Entertainment, had the highest valued stocks at W26.2 billion.

Next was Korean wave megastar and entrepreneur Bae Yong-joon, the largest shareholde...More

Rain comeback teaser video to be unveiled at midnight

Source | 2010/03/22 | Permalink

Cover to Rain's special album "BACK TO THE BASIC" [J.Tune Entertainment]

A teaser video for Korean pop star Rain's special album will be revealed when the clock strikes midnight tonight.

The singer's agency J.Tune Entertainment announced Monday that a 30 second-long teaser clip for the album titled "BACK TO BASIC" will be posted on Rain's official website ( at midnight...More

Cover to Rain's comeback album revealed

Source | 2010/03/22 | Permalink

Cover to Rain's special album "BACK TO THE BASIC" [J.Tune Entertainment]

The cover to Asian pop sensation Rain's special album due out April 1 has been unveiled.

The record, titled "BACK TO THE BASIC", showed a close up shot of the singer and actor in medium-lengthed curly hair photographed in black and white...More

Rain to wrap up Asia Tour and release new mini-album

Source | 2010/03/10 | Permalink

Rain's promotional concert poster for "Legend of Rainism" [J.Tune Entertainment]

K-pop artist Rain will soon visit Japan as he gets ready to wrap up his Asia tour, according to his agency J.Tune Entertainment.

The artist will hold the 'Legend of Rainism Asia Tour Japan Final' at the Yoyogi Gymnasium in Japan on April 17 and 18, the last of his shows which kicked off in Hong Kong last November....More

Se7en, BoA Back to Local Stage

Source | 2010/03/02 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

Competition in the music industry this summer is expected to be fierce, with two favorites returning with new looks and sounds.

Se7en and BoA are both planning to release new albums this year, their firsts in more than three and five years, respectively.

Se7en, who made his debut in 2003, garnered fans with his signature smile, sleek dance moves and strong vocals. The 26-year-old had hits with albums "Just Listen", "Must Listen", "24/7" and "Se7onlution", but competing with fellow singer Rain proved to be hard, both in popularity and album sales.

The singer flew to the United States three years ago and it seemed he was making progress with collaborations with American rapper Lil' Kim and Amerie. His expectations faded, and fans started to wonder when he would return to the local stage. News that he would make a comeback came out last year, but according to his agency, YG Entertainment...More

Court rules in favor of Rain over cancelled U.S. concerts

Source | 2010/01/29 | Permalink

Asian superstar Rain [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]

A South Korean court has ruled that singer and actor Rain is not responsible for the cancellation of concerts in the U.S. leg of his world tour between 2006 and 2007.

Local concert promoter Star M had filed a lawsuit against Rain and his then-agency JYP Entertainment last March, claiming 4.57 billion won, or nearly four million dollars, in compensation for losses and damages they allegedly suffered from 16 cancelled shows.

The Seoul Central District Court said in its ruling Thursday that the concert was cancelled due to lack of preparations on part of the promoter and the issues it had with U.S.-based promoting firm Revolution Entertainment....More

Documentary Featuring 'Rain' Claims 3 Asian TV Awards

Source | 2009/12/11 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

A documentary featuring Korean singer and actor Rain won three awards at the 14th Asian Television Awards (ATA), according to the singer's agency J.Tune Entertainment, Friday.

"Hip Korea ― Rain", took home three awards, including the runner-up in the Best Music Program category, the Best Infotainment Program and the Best Cross Platform Content.

The final announcement for the awards was confirmed at the ATA 2009 Gala Dinner held in Singapore, Dec. 3.

The documentary featured the past, present and future of the 27-year-old, who starred in the recently released movie "Ninja Assassin" produced by the Wachowski brothers, with the dynamic city of Seoul as the backdrop. It carried the story of the young aspiring singer who had to work hard to make it to the top and also his ongoing efforts in not only singing, but also acting and designing.

The program's crew filmed the star for six months, covering him up-close and personal, including interviews with the singer's friend and fellow entertainer Kim Jae-dong, U.S. television host Stephen Colbert and also Susan Sarandon who co-starred with him in the film "Speed Racer".
The program aired in various countries after production, starting with Australia, New Zealand and then around Asia.

The ATA is an event made to recognize and reward astounding programming and productions in the Asian television industry, from countries including Korea, Japan, China, India,...More

Rain Wows Fans in 'Legend of Rainism'

Source | 2009/10/11 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

Korean pop star Rain has been busy with his own clothing line and a Hollywood film produced by the Wachowski brothers. But he didn't forget his roots as a singer, gratifying local fans at his Seoul concert "Legend of Rainism" held at the Gymnastic Stadium, Olympic Park, Friday.

This was the singer's first concert in Seoul in three years, and he somewhat successfully proved that, despite his busy schedule, he still had the time to rehearse and work on a three-hour show with 25 songs.

New group MBLAQ from Rain's agency J.Tune Entertainment opened the show and impressed with their powerful stage presence. The five-member group, who were dressed in black-and-white with dark-eye makeup, sounded nervous as they greeted fans, but enthusiastically encouraged them to enjoy the show.

Rain finally appeared on stage clad in a floral print velvet jacket with a black-sequined v...More

Rain to Reveal New Boy Band, 5-Member MBLAQ

Source | 2009/09/20 | Permalink

J.Tune Entertainment, the home of singer and actor Rain, has revealed its new group MBLAQ. The team will be introduced to the public through NYLON magazine Sept. 21. The group's single will be released in mid-October. / J.Tune Entertainment

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

J.Tune Entertainment, the agency run by singer and actor Rain, is bringing a new five-member boy group MBLAQ to the...More

Rain's Agency Sued for Breach of Contract

Source | 2009/09/18 | Permalink

By Park Si-soo
Staff Reporter

The management agency of K-pop singer Rain has been sued for contract violation.

The Seoul Central District Court said Friday a domestic multimedia content provider filed a suit against Rain's agency, J.Tune Entertainment, demanding one billion won in compensation.

The plaintiff said in a statement, "The two parties signed a contract to share copyright of footage of the singer's concer...More

Yang Soo-kyung, Kyeon Mi-ri Boost Stock Wealth

Source | 2009/09/08 | Permalink

Former singer Yang Soo-kyung and actress Kyeon Mi-ri's stock holdings increased to W5 billion through purchase of newly issued shares of listed companies, reported Monday (US$1=W1,234).

Yang, the wife of Yedang Entertainment Company CEO Byun Du-seop, bought 3.84 million newly issued shares in the company in June, becoming the second largest shareholder with 5.4 percent. As of Sept. 4, the value of Yang's shares was W5.46 billion, which made her the third richest entertainment celebrity in terms of stocks.

Kyun bought 55,000 shares of FCBTwelve in July, and as of Sept. 4, her shares were worth W4.59 billion, making her the fourth biggest stock holder among entertainment c...More

Rain Starts Asian Tour in Japan; in Seoul in Oct.

Source | 2009/08/30 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

Korean singer and actor Rain kicked off his Asian tour, "Legend of Rainism", at the Saitama Super Arena, Japan, Saturday and Sunday.

Unlike other performances for which the stage is symmetrical, 27-year-old Rain took a different approach, using an asymmetrical design with additional stage blocks and props on one side. Rain's agency, J.Tune Entertainment, explained that they came up with the distinctive look because the singer wanted to offer a bit of an edge.

After opening the concert with "My Way" and "Touch Ya", Rain paid tribute to the late "...More

Stars Putting Their Fame to Good Use

Source | 2009/07/26 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

Many events, organizations and public groups hire celebrities, both popular and up-and-coming, to act as spokespersons and goodwill ambassadors, and the reason is simple: They attract attention.

"It's all about the attention effect. The main goal for an advertisement or a promotion would be actual purchasing or participation. But before that, you have to attract people to get them involved. Hiring big stars is indeed one of the most effective ways to catch the public's attention", professor Kang Seung-koo of the Media Arts and Science Department at Korea Open University told The Korea Times.

One of the busiest stars here, Rain, already has three commercial contracts under his belt. He holds two important posts, as spokesman for both Seoul City and "hansik", or Korean food, tapped by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.

"There have been various offers, and we choose depending on the image and cause. Rain always mentioned that he wanted to promote Korea and the culture as much as he could, and promoting ...More

Rain to Get Exclusive IPTV Channel

Source | 2009/07/24 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

Singer and actor Rain now has his own Internet protocol television (IPTV) channel where fans can catch glimpses of the star from morning to night, starting next month.

The singer's agency, J. Tune Entertainment, announced Friday that SK Broad & TV has decided to open an exclusive channel for him. This is the first time for a local celebrity to have his or her own channel on IPTV. The channel name has yet to be made.

Rain's channel will offer various categories that will reveal everything about the singer.

The "History" category will have music videos from his latest five albums, along with clips of his videos, while the "Designer Rain" category will offer fans the chance to peek behind the scenes of the singer's fashion brand, Six to Five.

Other categories will include commercials, perform...More

Rain to Return With Asian Tour

Source | 2009/07/15 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

Singer and actor Rain will wipe away the summer heat with his upcoming Asian tour "Legend of 'Rain"' this August.

Starting in Japan, the concert will tour China and Southeast Asia, where the 27-year-old singer is popular, according to the singer's agency J.Tune Entertainment.

"(The title) shows his determination to become a legendary icon representing this period", the agency said through a press release.

The event has been in preparation ever since 'Rain"s fifth album release, which was a year ago, and the singer is planning to show his multiple talents as an entertainer by participating in the overall concert planning.

"Legend of 'Rain"' is his first tour in two years, and the agency stressed that they are planning a gran...More

Rain to Attend Jackie Chan's Benefit Concert

Source | 2009/04/20 | Permalink

Singer and actor Rain will take part in a charity concert organized by Hong Kong star Jackie Chan.

J.Tune Entertainment, Rain's agency, said last Friday that the Korean star is invited to the Good Friend Concert to be held at the Beijing National Stadium in China on May 1. All proceeds from the concert will be donated to charities.


Rain to Join Charity Concert in Beijing

2009/04/18 | Permalink

South Korea's top pop idol and actor Rain will perform at a charity concert to be organized by Hollywood star Jackie Chan in Beijing May 1.

The "Good Friend Concert" will be staged at the Beijing National Stadium with nearly 100,000 seats. All the proceeds from the performance will be donated to charities.

Rain, 27, and Jackie Chan, 55, met last year, when they performed during the Beijing Olympics closing ceremony at the stadium.

J.Tune ...More

Rain to Get Spotlight on Discovery Channel

Source | 2009/01/30 | Permalink

By Hwang Sung-hee
Korea Times Intern

Korean top star Rain will appear on Discovery, the world-renowned cable channel, J.Tune Entertainment announced Friday.

Documentary "Hip Korea" will focus on Korea's pop culture and introduce the singer as its frontrunner. His agency stated that the documentary is to air in various countries from Jan 31, starting first in Australia and New Zealand and then Asia.

The Hip Korea crew filmed the star for six months, and the documentary reveals his down-to-earth lifestyle, including clips of Rain casually conversing with his close friend, entertainer Kim Jae-dong about his innermost feelings over a drink and remi...More

1,000 Japanese Fans Flock to Airport to See Rain

Source | 2009/01/14 | Permalink

Singer Rain (Jeong Ji-hun, 27) flew to Japan Sunday for his first official schedule of the year. He was welcomed by 1,000 Japanese fans at the airport.

Rain released the Asia edition of his 5th regular album "Rainism" (released in Korea in Oct.) in Japan last Wednesday. Rain will hold a concert/fan meeting four times during his stay, twice Monday in Tokyo and twice Wednesday in Osaka.


J.Tune Entertainment's Fashion Line to Incorporate Paul Klee's Work

Source | 2008/09/29 | Permalink

Rain's management agency J.Tune Entertainment, which recently declared its intent to expand into the fashion business, will incorporate works by Swiss artist Paul Klee into its fashion brand "Six to Five".

The agency recently announced that it signed contracts with a European copyrights mana...More

Rain Heads to Japan from Berlin Movie Shoot

Source | 2008/06/20 | Permalink

Actor and singer Rain (Jung Ji-hoon, 26) has been in Berlin filming a movie, but he will be flying to Tokyo, Japan on the 30th for a free admission meeting with his fans at JCB Hall. His agency, J.Tune Entertainment, recently posted photographs of the celebrity on his website (

Rain is in Berlin, Germany, for the filming of the upcoming Joel Silver & Wachowski Brothers flick, "Ninja Assassin", directed by ...More

Rain Appears on Colbert Show [with videos]

2008/05/07 | Permalink

By Han Sang-hee
Staff Reporter

Top Korean singer Rain met his match during his visit to Los Angeles for the promotion of his movie, "Speed Racer". The 25-year-old singer appeared on top comedian Stephen Colbert's show "The Colbert Report".

Many Korean fans are familiar with the 43-year-old host who once imitated Rain on one of his shows.

In 2007, Rain topped the "Time 100 Poll", the Time magazine's online poll of the 100 most influential people of the year, with Stephen Colbert tailing him as runner up. Colbert mentioned his defeat by the Korean pop sensation and imitated a scene from Rain's music videos as well as singing a Korean song.

This year saw yet another defeat for Colbert,...More

J.Tune Entertainment, "Rain paid at least 500,000 dollars for American movie"

Source | 2008/03/20 | Permalink

J.Tune Entertainment revealed, "William Morris Agency and England's Rocklock Films reached an agreement for 'Rain"s appearance in the movie, "Ninja Assassin"(tentative).

'Rain"s minimum guarantee is 5...More

Rain Makes Forbes List Again

Source | 1821 | Permalink

Singer and actor Rain has once again found his name on the pages of U.S. economic journal Forbes.

According to a representative from J.Tune Entertainment, Rain was one of the names in the July 14th article, "10 Celebs and their Cells, " which was about cellular phone companies and the top ten celebrities used to represent their products. Rain had also made their "World's Top 20 Trends" as the face of K-pop earlier this year.

"Rain is the star who's respo...More

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