South Korean superstar Rain set to perform in Kuala Lumpur on Aug 27


The last time the multi-hyphenate artiste was in Malaysia was five years ago. Photo: Rain/Instagram

The multi-hyphenate South Korean artiste Rain will be making his way to Malaysia this month (August).

He is set to perform in the upcoming Betadia Night, to be held on Aug 27 at the Axiata Arena, Kuala Lumpur.

Known for his energetic dance movements on stage, Rain has stayed relevant in the industry for two decades now.

During that time, the 40-year-old has also made a name for himself as a producer, actor and variety show host. His entertaining skill also extends to the videos he makes and uploads for his YouTube channel.

The last time Rain performed in Malaysia was five years ago.

For the upcoming concert, he will be joined by Malaysian Mandopop singers Andrew Tan and Jess Lee, who are both based in Taiwan.

According to a press statement, the Aug 27 event is free, but attendees do need to get an e-ticket to catch Rain, Tan and Lee live on stage.

For more information about the event and to register to watch these artistes, visit Betadia Malaysia’s Facebook Page or go to www.betadia.asia.

Rain will be joined by Malaysian Mandopop singers Andrew Tan and Jess Lee. Photo: HandoutRain will be joined by Malaysian Mandopop singers Andrew Tan and Jess Lee. Photo: Handout

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