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The “Gangnam Style” is such a huge success that on Sept. 22, Guinness World Records listed the song as the most-liked video in the history of YouTube. It’s an interesting circumstance because most people enjoy the song worldwide don’t even know what the song is about. Even though many people don’t speak Korean, many enjoy “Gangnam Style.”
South Korean rapper PSY made this song really catchy and the creative music video adds to its popularity. The singer’s house dance has become a symbol of the song.
Here is the official music video of the “Gangnam Style:”
What makes the song even more interesting is that so many people showcase their own “Gangnam Style” in videos to imitate or make fun of the original. It has become a music phenomenon all over the world. Here are some different versions of “Gangnam Style.”
If you want to make your own, here is a video to teach you how to dance the “Gangnam Style.”
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