Korean entertainer Rain has revealed his new single "Love Song" over night, according to his agency J. Tune Entertainment on Tuesday.
J. Tune explained in a press release that "Love Song", the title track from his upcoming special album "BACK TO THE BASIC", was unveiled at midnight last night on various web-based music sites.
The track, which is his first-ever ballad single release, is currently ranked at No. 3 on real-time music chart for music provider Melon.
Yesterday, the singer also released a 30-second teaser clip from the music video, which included a kissing scene with popular Korean actress Han Ye-seul.
Rain, whose real name is Jung Ji-hoon, started his career as a trainee at Korea's major talent agency JYP Entertainment in 2002. He quickly gained fame throughout Asia, releasing five albums in Korea and starring in hit televisions dramas including "Full House" and "Sang Doo! Let's go to school".
He made his Hollywood debut in 2008 thru the Wachowski Brothers' action flick "Speed Racer", which led to his star turn in the martial arts pic "Ninja Assassin" last year.
"BASIC" marks his comeback to the local music scene in two years after releasing his last studio album "Rainism" in 2008.
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