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05.15.11 [Arirang TV] Showbiz Korea – Rain came home from TIME100

05.13.11 [KoreaEconomy] A joint concert between Vogler and Rain will be held

A joint concert between Vogler and Rain will be held during “Dresden Music Festival” sponsored by MCM.

German “Dresden Music Festival” which starts May 18, will be held sponsored by MCM, a global luxury brand.

On May 19, a joint concert between ‘Jan Vogler’, executive director for the festival and German world-class cellist, and Rain, Korean pop star and actor selected twice as one of Time’s top 100 most influential people in the world, will be held.

We can say ‘Jan Vogler’ and Rain represent Western music and Oriental music, respectively. For this reason, it looks like many people have lots of expectations for and interests in the concert.

Credit to Korea Economy http://news.nate.com/view/20110513n13912

Brief translation by rain bird.

05.02.11 [Eng Trans] Rain interview @ SBS Good Morning – Time 100

Rain picked as one of this year’s 100 most influential people in the world by U.S. weekly magazine ‘Time’


Rain : Hi, everyone. This is Rain..Can you come with me to the Time 100 gala party through my self camera?

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04.28.11 [FanCam] Rain @ Time 100 Gala Red Carpet

04.28.11 [KBS] Rain: ‘I Am Encouraged by being Included in ‘Time 100’ Again’

Rain was listed in the “Time 100” for the second time, and he said during an interview, “I want to meet US president Obama at the ‘Time 100’ ceremony,” and “I will join the army at the end of this year and I want to engage in a contest as an actor in the US after finishing my military obligation.”

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04.28.11 [Pics] More Rain @ Time 100 Party in NYC

04.23.11 [Allkpop] Rain talks military enlistment and Hollywood plans

Singer Rain revealed, “I plan to enlist for active duty later this year. After I am discharged, I will participate in an American movie.”

On April 22nd, Rain guested on KBS 1TV’s “Newsline” and was interviewed about his appearance on the “TIME 100″ list for the second time – the first in Asian celebrity history.

According to “TIME”, Rain has “successfully transformed into a movie star.” To this comment, the anchor asked him, “Do you have any plans to flim a movie in the States?”

Rain answered, “I have received many great scripts. However, because I have to enlist into the army this year, I have temporarily pushed them back. Later, after I get discharged, I hope I can film in the States.”

He continued, “I think I will enlist into active duty. I haven’t decided whether I will serve in the Marines, Air Force, or Army. I’m still thinking about it.”

Source: Newsen via Nate
credit: phenom@allkpop

04.21.11 [Info] The 2011 TIME 100 Final List

Meet the most influential people in the world!

They are artists and activists, reformers and researchers, heads of state and captains of industry. Their ideas spark dialogue and dissent and sometimes even revolution. Welcome to this year’s TIME 100

TIME 100

Wael Ghonim
Joseph Stiglitz
Reed Hastings
Amy Poehler
Geoffrey Canada
Mark Zuckerberg
Peter Vesterbacka
Angela Merkel
Julian Assange
Ron Bruder
Lamido Sanusi
Colin Firth
Amy Chua
Joe Biden
Jennifer Egan
Kim Clijsters
Ahmed Shuja Pasha
Aung San Suu Kyi
Cory Booker
Gabrie-lle Giffords
Katsunobu Sakurai
Miche-lle Obama
Paul Ryan
Ai Weiwei
Rob Bell
Fathi Terbil
Dilma Rousseff
Tom Ford
Liang Guanglie
Sue Savage-Rumbaugh
Takeshi Kanno
Nicolas Sarkozy
Michele Bachmann
Saad Mohseni
Chris Christie
Matthew Weiner
Lisa Jackson
Jean-Claude Trichet
Justin Bieber
Prince William and Kate Middleton
Joe Scarborough
Blake Lively
Hillary Clinton
Muqtada al-Sadr
Anwar al-Awlaki
Kim Jong Un
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi
Hassan Nasrallah
Nathan Wolfe
Oprah Winfrey
Sergio Marchionne
Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Felisa Wolfe-Simon
Esther Duflo
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04.18.11 [KoreaHerald] Rain, No. 1 in TIME’s 100 Poll

Rain, a South Korean actor and singer, has been voted the most influential person in the world in an online poll.

In a poll conducted by TIME magazine, Rain ranked first in the voting for this year’s most influential people.

The 2011 TIME 100 poll closed on April 14 with Rain in the lead. Taiwan’s Jay Chou and Britain’s Susan Boyle took second and third place.

Rain received the highest number of votes out of the 204 candidates with 439,251 people voting for him. Jay Chou, a Taiwanese director-singer-songwriter, received 229,442 votes and Susan Boyle, a Scottish singer, received 167,711 votes.

Rain has been making onto the TIME 100 online list for six straight years since 2006.

Rain has outranked some of the most well-known figures in the world. Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook and The Person of the Year for 2010 selected by TIME magazine,was ranked 28. Miche-lle Obama, the first lady of the U.S., ranked 32, outpacing Barack Obama, her husband, who was placed 46th. Oprah Winfrey, a famous TV show host, was ranked 84

By Yun Suh-young (syun@heraldm.com)
Intern Reporter

source : http://www.koreaherald.com/enter … MLId=20110417000173

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