[ETA 10/13 re-post] Legend of Rainism Yoyogi, behind the scenes?

 

"Ignore the Yoyogi Stadium file name... it's Saitama, folks!"

 

[ *UPDATED Info, October 13: Well, well, well…!  The question is now answered, six months later!  And quite by accident.

Terri and I were watching her new Legend of Rainism Tour/Japan DVD this morning (after Fugitive: Plan B) from the very first shows of LoR on August 29 and 30, 2009, at Saitama Super Arena.  And there, on the Bonus DVD which chronicled Rain and Crew arriving in Tokyo, and all the behind the scenes happenings and rehearsals that took place leading up to the concert, was this very footage.

So.  Now we know.  This video is a costumed rehearsal for LoR Saitama, not Yoyogi Stadium (April 2010).  Rain still had his SixToFive and trip to the Alps hair, and got it cut shortly after this in a signature mohawkish, Hip Korea/Saitama style.  — Stephe ^@@^ ]

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Where and when this video takes place is unspecified (the upload date is the 18th as well), so this could be concert preparations backstage this weekend, or dress rehearsals from a different day, or even right before Rain and crew left for the venue.  And in the whole scheme of things, does it really matter?  What is quite obvious here is that it was very recent and our Ji-Hoon was tired but happy, and more than ready to get it on.  (I LOVED seeing some of the crew in their “11 Days” get-up.  Awesome.) — Stephe ^@@^

Rain Bi LoR, set to Back To The Basic’s “One.”  (credit: DC / courtesy of ratoka @YT)

~ by Cloud USA on April 18, 2010.

2 Responses to “[ETA 10/13 re-post] Legend of Rainism Yoyogi, behind the scenes?”

  1. Cute BABY Bi!

    Like

  2. where’d my jaw go?

    pure tired happy cuteness awwwww 😀

    Like

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