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Rain in CNN Talk Asia Interview.
"......My motto in life is to be humble and to endlessly
persist and strive. I really believe that there is nothing that can be gained without effort......"
want to be a representative of Asia and Asian people, regardless of whether
you are Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese, Singaporean, Filipino. I think that Asian culture is great......I would like to be able
to do this in the near future and to become a person that all of Asia
can be proud of......"
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to Reappear in CNN's Talk Asia |
The Korea Times
K-pop sensation and actor Rain will make a return
appearance on CNN's ``Talk Asia'' to answer questions selected from those posted by his fans on the cable news channel's homepage.
On its Web site, CNN introduces Rain (real name Jung Ji-hoon) as a singer-actor with five albums to his name who has
performed before thousands of screaming fans at concerts across the world. ``He's gone from being a backup dancer to the biggest
thing in Asian pop culture, an actor and singer who has sold millions of albums,'' it says.
It also says he broke
into the notoriously tough South Korean show business with JYP Entertainment when he was just 18 years old and is known as
one of the hardest working people in the entertainment business.
Rain is expected to record the interview later this
month. It is his first visit in four years to the program, which invites influential figures in the region.
of fans from all over the world have already posted questions. Queries range from ``Who is your favorite Hollywood actress?''
and ``Why did you turn Megan Fox down?'' to ``What is your goal in the end?'' and ``When does your U.S. debut album come out?''
Rain made his first mark on Hollywood last year with a role in ``Speed Racer,'' appearing alongside Christina Ricci
and Matthew Fox.
The upcoming action film ``Ninja Assassin,'' which stars Rain, will be released on Nov. 25.
the film, he plays an orphan who becomes a ninja warrior. The film, directed by James McTeigue (``V for Vendetta'') and produced
by the Wachowski brothers, has been one of the most highly anticipated action films of the year.
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