[images] Fresh Classic Meets Pop pics from K-magazin.

Cloud cover by: Stephe, Managing Editor ^@@^

It’s great to get to revisit Rain’s stint in Germany during his collaboration with renowned cellist Jan Vogler. N-i-c-e. Talk about “eating your Wheaties”… 🙂

(Images credit: » K-magazin: Colors of Korea / source site: The Cloud Photo Board)

~ by Cloud USA on July 14, 2011.

11 Responses to “[images] Fresh Classic Meets Pop pics from K-magazin.”

  1. Rain and those pants……mighty Wheaties indeed. 🙂

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  2. It is good to see 2 people come together to share there love for music.

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  3. Try getting some keys outta THOSE pants pockets…..I DARE YA! (SMILES)

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  4. OMG look at the way those pants are fiting those strong and sexy looking thighs!!!!!! Yes this was an amazing collaboration!!!!

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  5. Damn those pants were tight!!! Argh!!! Germans fans were so lucky to have him. It was magical to have two incredibly talented performers in one show. Amazing!!

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  6. Wow, those pants! OMG, those legs!

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  7. TRUE!! i am very happy for the both symphony and kpop successfully that one in a history nothing like rain happen and i proud he turn this world under his spill congrats to German CLOUDS he looking so STUNNING in that gray the guy pull it of so good i felt like i wantede to feel all over his body awwawa :P)

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  8. esoooosss pantalonesss ajustados!!!!! me mata….*O*

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  9. Yea, it’s nice to revisit this. Clouds will never forget that these two bridged the gap between symphony and kpop successfully.

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