Rain repackages new album
Rain, whose real name is Jung Ji-hoon, will offer the ballad “I Love You” as a digital single on Friday, and the repackaged album will be available by Feb. 11 at offline stores.
“Fans will be able to see a softer side of Rain on the ballad track in the repackaged version,” his agency, Cube Entertainment, said in a statement. “After the success of ‘La Song,’ Rain wanted to add some changes to his music.”
Some local media speculated that “I Love You” is a song dedicated to Rain’s girlfriend, the actress Kim Tae-hee. Last year, the two officially confirmed that they were in a relationship.
The album will come with a 64-page brochure filled with photos of Rain.
Rain flew to the United States last week to shoot the film “The Prince.”
In the movie, he will work with renowned Hollywood actors including Bruce Willis and John Cusack.
By Kim Hee-eun, contributing writer
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