Rain, one of the pioneers in bringing the Korean Wave to Malaysia, will be making his way back to our shores again.
According to The Malay Mail Online, the South Korean superstar recently announced that he will embark on his 2nd world tour soon.
Rain (real name: Jung Ji-hoon), who was formerly an artiste under CUBE Entertainment, is gearing up for his comeback world tour that will kick off in December. He will be performing in Hunan province in China on 7th November before he heads to Guangdong, Hubei, Beijing, and Sichuan.
The singer is currently under a whole new management company founded by himself. In a press statement, he said:
We formed a dream team of multi-entertainment, by recruiting the best from each area of the entertainment industry.
“We adapted the agency system of the United States, and we hope to manage actors and singers,” he added.
The 33-year-old singer recently confirmed that he will be releasing a new album next month. In order to reconcile with his fans, he will also be holding a concert in Seoul.
The global superstar is expected to promote the new album overseas as various entertainment sites reported that he will be going to Japan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia Singapore, Australia, and North America for his upcoming world tour.
From what we heard, Rain is expected to show a different type of stage show that will feature more “passionate performances” based on his personal experiences.
He was supposed to perform in Kuala Lumpur as part of the Twin Towers Alive concert in March 2014 as well, but the event was cancelled at the 11th hour.
There has been no further details regarding Rain’s upcoming concert in Malaysia, but stay tuned to our site for more updates.