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RAIN shares big plans for 2017 during Singapore Press Conference



Hallyu superstar RAIN returned to Singapore shores after a long absence, bringing along his much-anticipated 'The Squall' World Tour. The multi-talented singer-actor met with media outlets at Resorts World Sentosa Convention Centre for a press conference and shared about his comeback, acting alongside Victoria from girlgroup f(x) as well as his plans for the new year.


Fans ('Clouds' as they are endearingly named) of Rain can rejoice for the singer has put a date to his comeback, 15 January 2017 to be specific. His excitement certainly showed as he gushed about the release of a teaser video that should be out soon. Rain also shared that he had collaborated with global star Psy, who went out of his trademark genre to produce an R&B song for Rain's new album. The album consists of a variety of styles and genre, showcasing his versatility and 14 years of experience in the industry.  


Having launched his own entertainment label last year, the star has been on the look out for talents to polish and groom. Rain revealed that he aims to debut a boyband in 2017 or latest by 2018 and hoped for the public to anticipate his first ever boy group.



An all-rounder, Rain is also very much involved in acting and has a list of dramas and movies under his belt, the most recent being rom-com supernatural drama, 'Please Come Back, Mister'. When asked about his new Chinese drama 'Endless August', Rain raised the hype and revealed that it will be released in 2017. He also talked about his co-star, f(x) Victoria, showering her compliments for being a cute and active girl.  


Korea.com would like to thank organizers Faith&D Entertainment and Star Speed Entertainment for the kind invitation to RAIN's Press Conference in Singapore. Do also check out our coverage report of his 2-hour long sizzling hot 'The Squall' concert! 


Korea.com's Shya contributed to this report from Singapore. 

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