K-Pop star Rain joins the military
October 12, 2011 by J!-ENT
As with most men in South Korea, a year before they turn 30, they are expected to join the military for their mandatory two years.
And the next pop star who has to serve their compulsory military service is Rain.
With tears in his eyes, Rain told his fans, “Thank you for coming. I’m sorry to make such a fuss while leaving. I’ll be back from my duties soon. Thank you for the 10 years of love.”
Rain is known for his music but also starring in the Korean film “I’m a Cyborg, But that’s OK” and in America, he starred in “Speed Racer” and “Ninja Assassin”.
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