The Rain's Coming World Tour began on December 15, 2006 at Seoul Olympic Stadium in Seoul In 2007, Rain left JYP Entertainment to start his own company, J.Tune Entertainment, but still retains his collaborative relationship with Park Jin-young.Rain's concerts in the United States were also well received.His two-day concert, Rainy Day New York, held at the Madison Square Garden, were sold out within a matter of days.Rain made his small-screen comeback after four years in SBS's musical drama My Lovely Girl (2014), opposite Krystal of f(x).Since his debut, Rain has primarily been influenced by R&B and pop with "Bad Guy" and "How to Avoid the Sun" being categorized as the former while "Cassiopeia" and "Lack of Space" are closer to the latter.
The following year, Rain made his third appearance in the TIME 100 poll.
The concert was marketed and promoted by the Asian concert production company Rainstone Live.
On October 16, 2008, Rain released his fifth Korean album, Rainism, which spawned the number one hit single "Love Story".
Time describes his win as "The South Korean pop star turned actor Rain, 28, took the top spot in the TIME 100 reader poll for the third year, trouncing competitors from Barack Obama to Lady Gaga.
That's pretty impressive online power for a guy whose main claim to Western fame is a role in the 2009 film Ninja Assassin." On September 17, it was officially announced that Rain signed with Cube DC, a sub-label of Cube Entertainment After signing with Cube DC, it was announced Rain would be going on his first tour since his discharge.