Singer Rain unveils first act from his agency, boy band Ciipher
When singer Rain, also known as Jung Ji-hoon, said he would soon make a surprise announcement late last month, many of his fans suspected his celebrity wife Kim Tae-hee was pregnant with their third child.
While their guess was wrong, they were onto something.
Rain introduced on Thursday a new boy band named Ciipher, which he says he has “nurtured like his own children.”
The seven-member boy band is the first K-pop group from Rain’s entertainment company, Rain Company. More details on the band will be revealed officially in a new episode of Rain’s “Season B Season” YouTube series, the singer said.
BY YIM SEUNG-HYE [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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