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

2010/03/31 | 2163 views | Permalink | Source

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.

The song, which is 'Rain"s first time to select a ballad as the title track for his album, is about a man's unforgotten love for his woman even though they are separated.

Rain, whose real name is Jung Ji-hoon, debuted in 2002 after receiving training under major talent house JYP Entertainment. He quickly rose to fame throughout Asia with his singing and acting career.

He also made his debut in Hollywood in 2008 with the action movie "Speed Racer" and in the martial arts film "Ninja Assassin" in 2009.

Rain will promote "BACK TO BASICS", due out tomorrow, for two months in Korea. He is also set to hold a concert in Japan on April 17.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@asiae.co.kr
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@asiae.co.kr
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