[full clip] “Dae… Han-min-guk!” Rain closes the XVI Asiad.

We thought it absolutely wonderful how the red and blue yin/yang symbol in the South Korean flag was inserted into Rain’s huge “Hip Song” speaker graphics—what a nice touch!  And how South Korea’s “Dae… han-min-guk!” national cheer started off what looked to be the introduction of Incheon being the next site of the Asian Games in 2014.

If only all countries across the world would concentrate on giving such small tokens of goodwill — which mean a LOT — rather than feeling so insignificant that they’d much rather resort to posturing and outright B.S. (yeah, I’m talking to you and you know who YOU are… *evil eye*).

Enjoy this full cut of Rain’s performance, fans.

— Stephe ^@@^

[Rain (Bi) TV] 101127 Rain @ Asian Games Closing Ceremony 2010 (Full Version).  Courtesy of rainbox625 @YT.

~ by Cloud USA on November 28, 2010.

5 Responses to “[full clip] “Dae… Han-min-guk!” Rain closes the XVI Asiad.”

  1. yeah Steph, i get your drift. IF ONLY!!!


  2. i think Ji-hoon may be a little shy…BUT, there is no shyness WHAT SO EVER IN Rain. on stage he, Ji-hoon, becomes Rain and shyness is allowed a back seat until after the perfomance.

    here, he took into consideration the audiance make up (cultures, children,etc.), and presented a CLASS performance on stage and in appearance that not only made Korea proud but his global Clouds as well.

    surely a MASTER of entertainment.


  3. Jihoon is a little shy. And is pretty cool.


  4. Yes Rain is so amazing!!! I am so proud of him. He make me feel proud to be a fan of his.


  5. Rain, all I can say is, ‘You are AMAZING!’ Thank you and we are so proud of you!~ ^ __ ~+ n thank you cloudUSA!


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