NerdLord (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
The real apocalypse is the growing stupidity of mankind. How else this crappy music video become so popular?
LogiC (3 Dec, 2012)
It has a political message. It satirizes and mocks the people that live in Gangnam, apparently wealthier people. So it has an artistic point, a political message, a silly dance people can do to pretend to be cultured, set to a song that apparently some people like. I would call it real art, even if I don't like it, or most people don't get the message. Compare "Rebecca Black- Friday" which is an abomination of music, good taste and of capitalism in the extreme.
ty (3 Dec, 2012)
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Bobob (3 Dec, 2012)
I would agree, but living in a country where the Macarena became so popular even Al Gore was performing it on live TV, I simply don't feel I have the right to cast aspersions on another country's musical preferences... :)
Me (5 Dec, 2012)
A "crappy music video" went right over your head. (Growing stupidity of mankind, indeed.)
Fad (6 Dec, 2012)
Yup, it's crappy. There's no point arguing with people to whom this video have greater political impact and message than some quality music that's very direct with it's message and cause that's older than TV. Also, how can something so commercial even criticize capitalism? I guess we will seeing psy in Gangam district soon.
Me (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
21th??? That can't be right
Me to (10 Dec, 2012)
Glad I'm not the only one who caught that.
Replier (11 Dec, 2012)
Yes it is. It's just that the person who wrote it has a lisp...
Isaac (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
How did he say this the yeas he was born
the sky is falling (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
eatliver = 9876 picures.
12 every three days or so = 10000 very near 21st.
Blerg (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
Thaecc (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
Who calls Korea "Calm Morning" ? :O
Some Hipster Professor (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
A few months ago, I read an interesting longform article about South Korea and their rising personal debt. Apparently, the Gangham district is not only THE place to live for the wealthy, upwardly-mobile populace, but it's almost mandatory to live there if you want your precious snowflakes to have the best chance of getting into the best schools and living the future life of intelligent, high-wage earning luxury. As a consequence, the personal debt of the average Gangham lifestyler has become so bloated that there is now a very real threat that they will bring down the whole country through economic collapse. Then I heard/saw the Gangham Style song again and it all clicked. It's quite a clever, quasi-political send up of the self-obsessed culture which has pervaded our world. We should learn from this song.
Narf (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
Korea is known as "the land of the calm morning."
oh no (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
oh my gosh. i watched that video. i have contributed to the end of the world!
timmy (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
December 21th is the best 21th.
Maybe (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
...it just means the end of south korea. Which also means the end of 85% of computer game customers. And also the end of stupid World of Warcraft and any other game with that stupid cartoonish and/or eastern type art. And then developers would lean towards good and innovative ideas. Yes... one can only hope...
Derp (3 Dec, 2012)
put down the pipe, seriously.
Disregarding any apocalypse BS... (5 Dec, 2012)
So uh, you know Blizzard is an American company and that the greatest number of WoW subscribers are Chinese, right? Losing Korea woudln't kill them.
Of course, I wouldn't be sorry to see NCSoft go.
MadAsHell (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
Putz (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
bah... it beats another brooding millionaire lamenting capitalism through whiny off key indie ballads.
zoom zoom (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
Dancing horse could be a Ferrari.
Lusi (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
Clint (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
Get off my lawn, Zipperhead!
Sarah Jessica (3 Dec, 2012) Reply
Dancing ass, not horse.
EUro (5 Dec, 2012) Reply
Only America is doomed. The whole continent will be vanished. The rest of the world will still be there on december the 22nd for Christmas and exploring the new American Ocean.
Meep (25 Dec, 2012) Reply
Is that the twentyfirth or the twentyoneth?