“2nd Rain” Tae Goon Gains Popularity with “Call Me” Dance

January 30, 2009 at 10:52 pm | Posted in Music | 6 Comments
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“Call Me,” Tae Goon’s debut title song, is growing popular at an alarming rate.

On January 17th’s MBC “Show! Music Core,” Tae Goon took his debut stage and introduced “Call Me” with a powerful dance that made him seem unlike a rookie. He has a reputation of being called “The Second Rain.”

Tae Goon’s first mini album title song “Call Me” is stylish and addictive, and has the sense of a strong melody. He has charismatic dancing and “Call Me” has sweet lyrics and gestures.

Tae Goon’s agency said, “Since he performed in the broadcasting of ‘Star Dance Battle,’ interest in him has increased.”

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Watch his performance below in “Star Dance Battle”!

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  1. wow he looks so tall

  2. He looks better than Rain WTH😛
    haha and his song is ADDICTING. Same with his looks
    and himself😄

  3. Wow***

    he IS TALL😄

  4. yeah he does remind me of rain but to talk about the physical features he reminds me of WHEESUNG…dunno why but he looks like wheesung….

  5. 2th seven.what?
    how you compare tae goon with seven?
    tae goon is more beautiful than him & dances better than seven.
    please dont do that again

  6. 2th rain.what?
    how you compare tae goon with rain?
    tae goon is more beautiful than him & dances better than rain.
    please dont do that again


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