The district of Gangnam in Seoul "Gangnam Style" is a South Korean neologism that refers to a lifestyle associated with the Gangnam District  of Seoul ,  where people are trendy, hip and exude a certain supposed "class". The term was listed in Time 's weekly vocabulary list as a manner associated with lavish lifestyles in Seoul's Gangnam district.
In order to keep up with expectations, he studied hard to find something new and stayed up late for about 30 nights to come up with the "Gangnam Style" dance. K-pop and Korean Wave Search volume for K-pop since according to Google Trends According to the news agency Agence France-Presse , the success of "Gangnam Style" could be considered as part of the Korean Wave ,  a term coined by Chinese journalists to refer to the significant increase in the popularity of South Korean entertainment and culture since the late s.
Music journalist Bill Lamb from About. In his article, Benjamin introduced the reader to a couple of popular K-pop songs and wrote that "Gangnam Style" in particular, plays all the right moves sonically while "borrowing from LMFAO along the way". Cospey wrote that "you could slap an LMFAO tag on the cover and few would know the difference"  and Paul Lester of The Guardian similarly labelled it as "generic ravey Euro dance with guitars".
Gangnam Style music video Synopsis The video starts out with Psy, who is lounging at what looks like a sandy beach, under a sun umbrella and holding a cold drink, but the camera zooms out to reveal he is actually at a playground. He then sings in front of two men playing Janggi Korean chess , dances with a woman at a tennis court, and bounces around on a tour bus of seniors.
The scenes alternate quickly until there is an explosion near the chess players, causing them to dive off the bench. Psy immediately walks towards the camera, pointing and shouting "Oppan Gangnam Style". The chorus starts as he and some dancers perform at a horse stable. He dances as two women walk backwards. He dances at the tennis court, a carousel, and the tour bus. He shuffles into an outdoor yoga session and on a boat.
The camera zooms in on a woman's butt, then shows Psy "yelling" at it. The chorus ends and he is seen at a parking lot, where Psy is approached by a man Yoo Jae-suk in a yellow suit who steps out of a red Mercedes-Benz SLK ; they have a dance duel.
He then appears in an elevator underneath a man Noh Hong-Chul who is straddling him and thrusting his pelvis. The man in the yellow suit then gets in his car and leaves. The camera pans and it shows Psy in the subway station, where he boards the train and notices an attractive young woman Hyuna dancing. At one of the train stops, he approaches the girl in slow motion, and she does the same.
They start to embrace. He then tells the girl "Oppan Gangnam Style", and they horse dance along with some others at the train stop, commencing the second chorus. He also surfaces from a spa. He raps in a serious tone in an enclosed space, but when he says "You know what I'm saying" the camera zooms out, and it is revealed that he is actually sitting on a toilet with his pants down.
After a brief reprise of the dance duel, Psy says, "Oppan Gangnam style", and the video finishes with a cartoon graphic. He wears several distinctive suits and black sunglasses with a mindset of "dress classy and dance cheesy". The sauna scene, elevator scene and bathroom scene were filmed elsewhere in the greater Seoul region ,  and some shots were filmed in World Trade Center Seoul and the Songdo International Business District , which includes Songdo Central Park and International Business District Station.
His moves were ridiculous. So we called him up and asked him to be in the music video, which was shooting the very next day, and he came and it all worked out. Yoo also arranged the song while Psy was responsible for the lyrics. This makes the Stawski's video the earliest parody featured in an American newspaper. A spoof documentary by videographer Simon Gosselin  was posted on YouTube and had promoted doomsday rumors across social media services such as Facebook and Twitter that linked "Gangnam Style" to a fake Nostradamus prophecy.
This increased the average number of views per day from 4,, to 4,, views divided by the number of days since release. As of February 22, , the video is the fourth most viewed video on YouTube ,  having earned over 3.
In such a case I was also thinking of playing Gangnam Style-dance so that everybody would stop and dance. Maybe you can bring UN style. The earliest flash mobs were held in Pasadena, California ,  and Sydney, Australia.