Rain and Kim Tae Hee Decrease Rent by 50% for Lessors in Buildings Hit by Coronavirus Drop in Business

Okay, I believe people shouldn’t get kudos for being a good person, that should be the baseline and not a “good to have”. With that said, it continues to be worth noting that married K-stars Rain and Kim Tae Hee really do put their money where their mouth is in terms of doing good. K-ent is reporting that lessees in Rain and Kim Tae Hee’s Gangnam business buildings are getting a 50% rent abatement after business dropped precipitously due to people staying home and not going to public places during the coronavirus outbreak. It’s part of the government suggested Helpful Leaseholder Movement and it’s good to see that very very rich stars are not trying to maximize their profits and instead doing right when they can.


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Rain and Kim Tae Hee Decrease Rent by 50% for Lessors in Buildings Hit by Coronavirus Drop in Business — 5 Comments

  1. It is still a good gesture . They are doing business amd such act should be praised. Korean estate is lucrative. Invest all that cf money in buildings and u never have to work again lol

  2. But people don’t even do that. Good things are easier said than done specially when ut comes to helping other when it concerns your money. This is a big gesture. My issue only lies with people deliberately publicizing it, for me that takes away the essence of the gesture. Nonetheless I love them for doing this and every other celeb who has donated masks, money or anything because good gestures even though baseline are done by very few people.

  3. Very nice story..Perhaps this can inspire all Landlords to do the same. Never have we seen a time more when we should lend a helping hand especially in South Korea at the moment.🤗

  4. California USA has declared state of emergency and it’s illegal to raise prices or rent or evict during this time. Most states has this law too. If stores and housing violates this law, they will get fined 10k and/or jail time. So kudos to them for decreasing rent, but is there a law like this in S. Korea too.

  5. I’m okay with people letting other know what good deed they did. afterall, it will directly or indirectly inspire others to do good as well. we shouldn’t judge people like being a show off or what-not just because their deeds was publicize.
    Bottomline is actions are by intentions and you reap what u sow.

    kudos to the couple!

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