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Rain updated his IG #seoul#5am#gotowork#beautifulcity 

***  Rain participates in the "Good Lenders Campaign. According to an exclusive report from the Asian Economy, Rain conveyed to the Rain Avenue tenants in Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, a 50% reduction in March rentals. He showed that he had participated in the "Good Lenders Movement" and was willing to share the difficulties of the lessees who were facing business difficulties due to the "new corona virus" epidemic. :lol:

 

 

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Rate reduction and exemption for tenants under the name of Rain to resist the epidemic situation


According to a Korean media report on March 4th,  Rain issued a notice to tenants of the building he owns, RAIN Avenue in Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, on the 2nd of this month, stating "a 50% rent reduction in March. Rain said: "I think the new "corona virus" epidemic has brought considerable difficulties to your company's operations, so our company decided to charge only 50% of your rent in March."

Rain purchased the site in July 2008. In 2017, a new 3-storey building was named RAIN Avenue. At present, the building Bars, Cafe's, Hair salon, etc.

 

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*** RAIN is kind. 50% is huge. God bless these celebrities more. How generous these people are!  :lol:

 

 

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Celebrity Landlords Cut Rent Costs In Light Of Economic Difficulties Caused By Coronavirus Outbreak

 

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It’s no secret that celebrities own buildings which they then rent out to tenants, but never let it be said that these celebrity landlords are misers.

 

On March 4, reports surfaced that singer Rain and his wife, actress Kim Tae Hee, as well as Hong Suk Chun and Seo Jang Hoon, were cutting the cost of rent for their tenants this month due to financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak.

 

Rain reduced the cost of rent in his building in the Cheongdam neighborhood of Seoul’s Gangnam district by 50 percent for the month of March, in hopes to help their tenants through a difficult time. Kim Tae Hee also owns a building in the Yeoksam neighborhood of Gangnam, for which she lowered the rent by 50 percent for March, as well.

 

Seo Jang Hoon made similar moves to aid his tenants, dropping rent in the three apartment buildings he owns in Seoul’s Mapo district by 10 percent over the next two months. A representative of Seo Jang Hoon stated, “As the number of people affected by COVID-19 rises, the people under [Seo Jang Hoon’s] care have fallen on incredibly difficult times. He decided that he wanted to help even in just this little way, and so he lowered the cost of rent.”

 

Hong Suk Chun personally announced his decision to lower the cost of rent via his Instagram account. He shared the decision to lower the rent in his building in the Itaewon neighborhood of Seoul’s Yongsan district, saying, “Has everyone been enjoying ‘Itaewon Class’? Right now I’m in Itaewon. I’ve been thinking about how I can help support people. Right now, it’s a good thing that the cost of rent in Itaewon has dropped a lot in recent days.”

 

He continued, “Because a lot of people are struggling while the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to spread, I’m lowering the cost of rent for the tenants in my Itaewon building. It isn’t a lot during this difficult time, but I hope that it helps give people strength.” He went on to challenge other celebrities to follow in his footsteps. “I hope that the Korean people find strength. Fighting!”

 

 

 

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*** This is a good idea indeed! It's good that they're not always looking for a profit. :lol:

 

 

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Rain-Kim Tae Hee couple revealed to have marked down rent for their Gangnam buildings for business owners by 50% this month

 

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The Rain-Kim Tae Hee couple has decided to mark down rent for each of their Gangnam buildings by 50% for the month of March, in light of various businesses suffering from the spread of the Coronavirus. 

 

Named the 'Helpful Leaseholder Movement', many building owners are currently participating in this movement to aid business owners in response to the expected deficits this coming month. According to reports on March 4, tenants leasing parts of Kim Tae Hee's building located in Gangnam's Yeoksam-dong were recently notified of the rent markdown for this month. Likewise, tenants leasing sections of Rain's building located in Gangnam's Chungdam-dong will also be notified of the rent markdown. 

 

Additional reports shared that TV personality Seo Jang Hoon also participated in this 'Helpful Leaseholder Movement' by marking down the rent for his tenants for this month. 

 

 

 

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Corona Virus epidemic affects Korean economy. Rain revealed to have marked down rent for his Gangnam building for business owners by 50% this month

 

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South Korea’s new corona virus epidemic is severe, with more than 5,000 confirmed cases and 33 deaths. Stars in the entertainment industry have donated to help fight the epidemic. Today, Korean media have exposed Rain’s charitable deed. His building tenants are informed that the rentals in March will be discounted directly to ease them of this economic difficulty.

 

 

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南韓新冠肺炎疫情嚴峻,確診人數已超過5000人,死亡案例更達到33例,演藝界明星紛紛捐款協助抗疫,今韓媒再曝 Rain(鄭智薰)善舉,擁有包租公身分的 Rain 體諒因疫情影響經濟,通知承祖人3月份的租金直接打對折,緩解承租者陷入經濟困境。

 

 

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Celebrity landlords reduce rents for corona virus-hit tenants

 

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By Dong Sun-hwa
 

Numerous celebrities have decided to cut the rent for tenants in buildings they own amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Singer-actor Rain marked down rents by 50 percent this month for his six-story building in Gangnam-gu, Seoul, reports said Wednesday. He recently sent a notice to tenants saying: "I will receive only half of the original rent in March to alleviate your burden stemming from the coronavirus epidemic."

A craft beer bar and a beauty salon are among businesses in the edifice.

"We did not know about his action, as the building is Rain's private property," an official from his agency RAINCOMPANY was quoted as saying.

Business owners here have fallen victim to severe economic hardship in the face of the virus as consumers avoid going out and spending money.

The virus has dealt a particular blow to small business owners. More than 97 percent of them said their sales have plummeted compared with the previous week due to the virus, according to the Korea Federation of Micro Enterprise (KFME)'s Feb. 20 data.

In bid to help, Rain's actress wife Kim Tae-hee halved the rent this month for business owners in her building near Gangnam station. Other celebrities including basketball player-turned-TV personality Seo Jang-hoon, actress Park Eun-hye and actor-cum-TV personality Hong Suk-chun have reduced or stopped rent for the time being.

 

The movement to curtail or freeze rent temporarily for small business owners and self-employed people began on Feb. 12 in Jeonju, North Jeolla Province. Landlords of the buildings in Jeonju Hanok Village ― a popular tourist attraction containing Korean traditional Hanok houses ― initiated the movement.

As of Thursday afternoon, Korea had 5,766 confirmed coronavirus cases and 35 deaths from the disease.

 

 

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Rain and Kim Tae Hee, Korean couple superstar decided to reduce the building rental by 50% this March to help their tenants during the Covid-19 outbreak.

 

Tae Hee's building is located near Yeoksam-Dong Station, Gangnam-dong Seoul, while Rain's building is located in Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-dong Seoul, both of whom decided to help the tenants that have to deal with the epidemic of Covid-19. The epidemic is steadily increasing especially in South Korea.

 

Recently, "Tae Hee" donated 100 million won (about 2.6 million dollars) to a church in Seoul since it is the 100th anniversary of one of their daughters. Rain also donated to various foundations like helping people have drinking water and build wells in different areas.

 

At the same time, in a recent situation known as corona virus crisis, other celebrities in the entertainment industry have also donated money to protect and help those affected by the outbreak, such as Hyun Bin, Son Ye Jin, Kim Woo Bin, Shin Min Ah, 2PM Chansung, Lee Sooman (Founder of SM Entertainment), Gong Yoo, Han Bin, Cha Eun Woo, Kim Go Eun, IU, Park Bo Young, Park Seo Joon, Yoo Jae Suk, Lee Byung Hun, Lee Young A, Su Ji, Sunmi, etc.

 

 

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เรน และ คิม แทฮี คู่สามีภรรยาซูเปอร์สตาร์เกาหลี ตัดสินใจลดค่าเช่าอาคารลง 50% เพื่อช่วยเหลือผู้เช่าในช่วงการระบาดของ Covid-19 โดยตัดสินใจลดค่าเช่าให้กับผู้เช่าในเดือนมีนาคมนี้
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โดยอาคารของแทฮีจะอยู่ใกล้กับสถานียอกซัมดง,กังนัม และโซล ส่วนอาคารของเรนจะอยู่ในชองดัมดง,กังนัม และโซล ซึ่งทั้งคู่ตัดสินใจเนื่องจากต้องการช่วยเหลือผู้เช่าที่ต้องรับมือกับการแพร่ระบาดของ Covid-19 ที่นับได้ว่ารุนแรงขึ้นอย่างต่อเนื่อง โดยเฉพาะในเกาหลีใต้
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โดยก่อนหน้านี้ “แทฮี” ได้บริจาคเงิน 100 ล้านวอน (หรือประมาณ 2.6 ล้านบาท) ให้กับโบสถ์ในโซล เนื่องจากเป็นวันครบรอบ 100 วันของลูกสาว ในขณะที่เรนได้บริจาคให้มูลนิธิต่าง ๆ แถบเอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ เพื่อช่วยนำน้ำดื่มหรือสร้างบ่อน้ำในพื้นที่ขาดแคลน
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ขณะเดียวกันในสถานการณ์ที่เรียกได้ว่าวิกฤต เหล่าคนดังในวงการบันเทิงคนอื่น ๆ ก็ยังได้ร่วมบริจาคเงินเพื่อป้องกันและช่วยเหลือผู้ที่ได้รับผลกระทบจากการระบาดของ Covid-19 ไม่ว่าจะเป็น ฮยอนบิน, ซนเยจิน, คิมอูบิน, ชินมินอา, ชานซอง 2PM, ลีซูมาน (ผู้ก่อตั้ง SM Entertainment), กงยู, ฮันบิน, ชาอึนอู, คิมโกอึน, ไอยู, พัคโบยอง, พัคซอจุน, ยูแจซอก, อีบยองฮุน, อียองเอ, ซูจี, ซอนมี ฯลฯ รวมไปถึงเหล่าคนดังอีกมากมายที่ได้ร่วมกันบริจาคอย่างต่อเนื่อง

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*** Rain shooting for World Water day.  World Water Day is an annual UN observance day held every March 22 to create the awareness about the importance of water and its conservation.

 

 

 

 

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*** Finally...... I was able to watch his last drama, "Welcome2Life " continuously, which I failed to do so during airing since of lack of time due to so much work in the office. The drama started out with a bang. However, as the story progressed, the plot became too predictable & lost touch on the elements that it had in the beginning. There was no focus on the incidents that occur before the switch. I felt that writers just created the situation where the journey to the parallel world ends when RAIN (Lee Jae Sang) wakes up in his original world & I left wondering what happens next. The story could have gotten better justice if they have shown a little more details on what happens in the parallel universe. The premise was great but as the story evolves, the plot becomes too long that it becomes boring. Not much justice was done to the story of the parallel universe. The writers never really showed on what happened to the criminals in the other world. The message that conveys of how each of our decisions impact our lives for the better or for the worse was interesting, though. :P

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