Watch: North Korean Dictator Does "Gangnam Style" Dance
Oh, did you think "Gangnam Style" covers were a thing of the
distant past, aka last week? If so, I’m sorry to tell you that you’re wrong,
very wrong. Just this weekend two more hit the internet. And they’re pretty
First up, the legendary Ohio University marching band tries
their hand (and horns, drums, etc) at Psy's mega-hit. And they pretty much
kill it. It’s hard to imagine another cover topping this one as far as anything
technical is concerned; they actually do the dance while playing their
instruments. And they sing. Impressive!
Next up we have another parody, this one called "Kim Jong
Style," after Kim Jong-un, the North Korean dictator. It sort of cleverly mocks North Korea’s
repression – sweat shops and torture are always good for a laugh, although it's not quite as good as the Hilter/"Gangnam" mashup. And as the "making
of" video notes, one of the participants is even Korean!
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