K-Pop sensation Jung Ji-Hoon, popularly known as Rain, is the latest South Korean celebrity whose marriage has been rocked by cheating rumors. However, his agency, Rain Company, has refuted the same, threatening strict action against "ridiculous" rumors.

The hearsay began earlier this week after a magazine published a blind article about a "top star," who is also an accomplished singer, dancer, and actor, cheating on his renowned wife with a pro-golfer identified as 'A,' reported AllKPop.

The article also said that the "top star" shared a separate apartment with 'A' where he was caught by his wife.

According to speculations, the article talked about Rain and his actor-wife Kim Tae Hee. The K-Pop star, who has it all, is currently in the midst of a media storm.

As fans wait out the frenzy, here's a summary of some of his achievements throughout his career, including his staggering net worth.

Rain stepped into the K-pop scene in the late '90s and gained recognition in the early aughts after J.Y. Park recruited him as a member of the six-member boy group Fandom. After the band split up in two years, Rain went solo in 2002.

In his solo journey, he achieved commercial success and became a top favorite with K-Pop fans, reported KpopStarz.

As of 2021, his net worth is estimated to be $55 million, making him one of the wealthiest celebrities in South Korea. "Gangnam Style" hitmaker PSY falls in the same net worth bracket.

Throughout his career, Rain has released 7 albums (6 in Korean and 1 in Japanese), 3 EPs, and 33 singles. His third album "It's Raining," which was released in 2004, remains his career's biggest hit.

Along with his music releases, Rain has undertaken five concert tours covering various countries including the U.S. All of them turned out to be major hits and money magnets.

He also has a Hollywood film to his credit with his 2008 debut "Speed Racer." Rain also portrayed the character of Lee Yeong-Jae in the hit K-drama "Full House" which ran for a season in 2004.

Rain launched Rain Company in 2015, and continued to release music as the agency's artist. The agency is currently managing the boy-group, Clipher, which debuted in March last year.

Like her husband Rain, Kim is also a multi-millionaire with an estimated $16 million net worth. In addition, the couple shares an interest in real estate, noting that the worth of their combined properties is estimated at $72 million, SCMP reported. This includes their shared purchase of a $2 million home in California.

Rain, K-Pop Singer
Rain, K-Pop Singer