November 10, 2006 08:10
The workaholic K-pop superstar Rain is participating in a photography exhibition to help children without families. The Love Photography Exhibition has been held annually since 2003 by the Social Welfare Society and photographer Cho Sei-hon to help children in government care and aims to match unfortunate children with loving adoptive parents.
When Rain heard about the exhibition, he reportedly said, "If we can find a warm family for just one of the children, I'd be happy to be a part of it." And when the time came, he was there to be a part of the shoot despite his tightly packed schedule.
But at the shoot, Rain was perplexed when he had to pose with a one-month-old baby in his arms. "I don't really know how to hold a baby," he said. When the shoot was nearly over, the infant suddenly had an "accident" all over the singer, making the crowd burst into laughter. "The new surroundings may have made the baby nervous, which lead to the discourtesy," Cho says. "Rain's clothes and hands were soaked in pee, but he wasn’t at all annoyed, and instead said baby urine is a 'good thing.'"
The event will run on Dec. 20-26 in the Insa Art Center in Insa-dong, Seoul, with entertainers including Rain, Kim Jeong-eun, who is a honorary PR ambassador for the Social Welfare Society, Kim Hye-soo, Sohn Ye-jin and SG Wannabe participating.
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