[fan cam][Eng trans] Revisiting May 2012: Rain at the Patriotic Concert in Yongin City. (5/30)
— Cloud cover by: Stephe, Managing Editor ^@@^
Rain（ピ）2012.05.30韓国ヨンイン、戦友愛ハンマウム音楽会. Video Credit: Rain Family Japan / TheLUCKYPARKS @YT. Please do NOT re-upload to other video channels. Thanks!
[English translation of conversation by화니]
» From our previous post on this appearance HERE. Please credit her properly, thanks!
Hello to all you here. Loyalty!
Nice to meet you.
This is pfc ‘Jung Ji Hoon’ (Rain) attached to Defense Agency for Public Information Services. Thank you so much for enjoying our show so far, and I am happy that I have the opportunity to meet all you and to do a concert.
What’s the meaning of this word? (The banner which a soldier held in his hand, said “I placed 3,000 chairs on the ground.”)
Pardon me? You placed 3,000 chairs on the ground? You are a soldier and it is your job to do so. (laughs) It was your duty as a soldier. (laughs) I do what I have to do as this is a job for me to do. (the sound of the applause)
I’m just kidding. (laughs) I want to thank you so much for placing 3,000 chairs on the ground today. (laughs)
Civilians and my comrades, thank you for coming today. (laughs) (Since this word “civilians” are not common in casual talks, the crowd is laughing)
Thank you, the commander-in-chief of the 3rd field army headquarters. But I wonder if he is here or not (laughs) I know I have little opportunity to meet him. Ah! He is there! (laughs) As might be expected, he is such a nice man. (laughs)
Dear commander, while you’re here, why don’t you give your inferiors a two days and one night holiday? (a storm of applause) (When the commander turned thumbs up Rain’s opinion, there was a storm of applause) I didn’t know he would accommodate me. I should have asked him to give them a three days and two night holiday. (laughs) Anyway, thank you, commander.
I’m glad our performance was finished in giving a good account of itself.
I was worried about the military service before my enlistment, but my adaption well to life in the army has approached the level of a superhuman (laughs), as the same could be said of other soldiers. I feel much better now that I accepted the situation and was adapting myself to it.
During military concerts, I’ve been [equipped and clothed ^@@^] in casual clothes because my military uniform [gets ^@@^] thoroughly soaked with sweat. So I hope military authorities will pay for the casual clothes. (laughs) (When soldiers shouted, “I really want to wear casual clothes.”) Please wear those clothes when you are on vacation. (laughs)
Anyway, I’d like to thank the commander for arranging this wonderful occasion today, and please give the military band a big hand. (a storm of applause)
Also, I’m grateful for the support of those who helped all the performers including me get here.
Now I have to leave the stage… [The crowd sorely missing him already ^@@^]
Well, I shouldn’t leave the stage, right?” (Yeah!!)
But, sadly there are no more songs prepared by me. (encore!)
Now what am I going to do? (encore!)
That’s too bad. (encore!)
All right if you insist.
I’ll rehearse for a week. Let’s meet each other here then. (laughs)
Try to understand my side of things, please.
Anyway, thank you for coming here, and thanks for inviting me.
I hope you are always healthy and happy.
I should go now. Thank you.