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South Korean pop singer Rain and a U.S.-based entertainment firm have agreed to settle a lawsuit over the singer’s canceled concert in Honolulu two years ago, Yonhap News Agency reported Wednesday.

Rain can now heave a sigh of relief after settling the case

Rain can now heave a sigh of relief after settling the case

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Korean singer Rain and his former agency, JYP Entertainment, currently facing a lawsuit regarding the cancellation of the singer’s Hawaii concert, hired new lawyers and requested a retrial last Thursday.

Rain hired a new lawyer for the reopening of the case

Rain hired a new lawyer for the reopening of the case

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A federal court jury yesterday slammed South Korean pop icon Rain and his former management company with an $8.1 million (or 11.34 billion Korean won) judgment, finding that they committed fraud and breach of contract when they abruptly canceled an Aloha Stadium concert in 2007.

Rain to pay US$8.1 million

Rain to pay US$8.1 million

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South Korean pop star Rain took the stand in his civil trial in federal court (in Honolulu, Hawaii) today and said he did not know why his 2007 concert at Aloha Stadium was canceled.

South Korean pop star and actor Rain, 26, flashes a Hawaiian "shaka" sign as he arrives at federal court, Monday. Rain, whose real name is Jung Ji-hoon, and his producers are being sued over the performer's abrupt cancellation of a June 2007 concert in Honolulu. (AP-Yonhap/Korea Times)

South Korean pop star and actor Rain, 26, flashes a Hawaiian "shaka" sign as he arrives at federal court, Monday. Rain, whose real name is Jung Ji-hoon, and his producers are being sued over the performer's abrupt cancellation of a June 2007 concert in Honolulu. (AP-Yonhap/Korea Times)

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