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South Korean celebrity couple Kim Tae-hee and Rain are expecting their first child, according to media reports. Kim Tae-hee’s agency, Lua Entertainment, reportedly released a statement on Tuesday (23 May) saying that the 37-year-old actress is 15 weeks pregnant and will be focusing on her health for the time being. Kim Tae-hee and Rain tied the knot on 19 January.
South Korean pop star Rain has confirmed his upcoming marriage to drama actress Kim Tae-hee with a declaration of love on Instagram.
After a year, South Korean heartthrob Rain returned to Singapore for the final stop of his “The Squall” concert tour on 30 Dec 2016.Back in 2007, Rain’s last concert in Singapore made headlines for having one of the most expensive concert tickets, priced at $888. There was no repeat this time around, however, as the priciest tickets were sold at $338.The 34-year-old, whose real name is Jung Ji Hoon, performed 25 songs to 4,000 fans at the Resorts World Convention Centre, including hits like “It’s Raining”, “La Song”, “30 Sexy” and “Rainism”.The singer-actor, who starred in “Full House” opposite Song Hye Kyo (of “Descendants of the Sun” fame), will release a new album on 15 Jan, and has plans to debut a new boy group in 2018.
South Korean heartthrob Rain will be coming back to make hearts swoon in Singapore on 30 December this year. The actor and singer, also known as Jung Ji Hoon, will be staging his latest concert “The Squall” at the Resorts World Ballroom at the Resorts World Convention Centre. Soon after setting up his own label “R.A.I.N Company”, the 34-year-old embarked on “The Squall” concert tour in November 2015 and has performed in 18 cities across Asia, with Singapore as his latest stop.
Fans of Korean dramas would probably already know this by now: two of the most anticipated dramas in the first half of 2016 will be going head-on in a ratings battle of Korean TV. While they may be competing for the affection of the audiences both in Korea and abroad, the aforementioned dramas: SBS’s “Come Back Alive” and KBS’ “Descendants Of The Sun” could not be more different from each other. On one side is “Come Back Alive”, which stars Korean superstar Rain, leading K-drama actresses Oh Yeon Seo and Lee Min Jung, as well as comedy heavyweights Kim Su Ro and Kim In Kwon.