Rain Shares Thoughts On The Future Of His Singing Career
On February 20, Rain participated in an interview to promote his upcoming film “Uhm Bok Dong.” The film is based on the true story of a Korean cyclist named Uhm Bok Dong, who becomes a hero after winning first place against the Japanese at a bicycle race during the time of Japanese colonial rule in Korea.
During the interview, Rain, who made his debut as a soloist in 2002 with “Bad Guy,” talked about his singing career and mentioned the possibility of setting aside his title as a singer.
Rain said, “My body doesn’t feel the same anymore on stage. That’s why I consistently work out, but a singer who dances is similar to an athlete. Your body needs to be in its prime. Right now, I’m not in my best state. I think I need to eventually let go of my title as a singer who dances.”
Rain continued, “I exercise, day and night. However, I need to draw the line at some point. I don’t know when that will be. It might be two, three, or four years later. If my body allows it, I would like to continue promoting as a singer, but I’m also preparing myself to let go of the singer Rain.”