Rain Preparing For A Comeback After His Time in the Army!
By Staff Writer | November 11, 2013 08:26 PM EST
Now his mandatory military service is over, Rain is preparing for a comeback early next year.
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“Rain is currently receiving a lot of requests to star in dramas or movies, but at the moment he is focusing more on coming back as a singer. As such, he is busy working on and recording his original songs. . . He has around six songs ready,” his agency announced on November 11. “As there are two or three months left until early 2014, Rain will work to make his songs as perfect as possible. The comeback date has not yet been settled.”
Fans are all going crazy just thinking about what he could have in store for his comeback. They know to expect something sexy and out there, perhaps something a bit more modern and in with the times, but still has his signature feel to it. The artist has a lot of buzz surrounding this preparation since it really has been a while since he was seen performing. And before he left for the army, he left on such a high note. He was sweeping music shows and was appearing on variety shows and interviews. And now that he's back, the fans are anxious to see what he's got prepared.
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