[8 images][4 posts][article] Some final looks at “Q-Pop” ambassador 비 Rain’s time in Queensland.

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(Images source: PR Times Japan, 11/25)






divider[Gold Coast Cruises on Instagram] “K-Pop star Rain from South Korea on “Life’s Good” with Cruise Gold Coast Pty Ltd for a photo shoot & private fun cruise. We promised you these photos!! K-Pop Rain was called in by the Queensland government to help entice South Koreans to visit the Sunshine State & boost tourist numbers. Tourism and Events Queensland will work in partnership with Korean Air to promote flight & holiday packages to Queensland. Rain, whose real name is Jung Ji-hoon, is considered one of South Korea’s biggest pop stars both at home and internationally.”




SOOMPI News 12/2/2015 — by kiddy_nights

Behind-the-Scenes Stills of Rain’s Queensland Visit Released


Behind-the-scenes cuts of singer Rain‘s visit to Queensland, Australia have been released, where Rain is the ambassador to promote tourism.

The behind-the-scenes stills show Rain filming a short video advertising Queensland, and they also show Rain taking a break in between the filming sessions. These pictures were taken this past November while he was visiting Queensland. Rain seems to be at the Street Beach in Brisbane, and he looks right at home with his characteristic natural charms.


He visited Queensland while he was busy with preparing for his concert in China and Korea, and it is said that he was able to get a break through his visit.

Meanwhile, Rain will be holding a solo concert between December 11-13 in Seoul.

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~ by Cloud USA on December 3, 2015.

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