Cutepolish created this magical nail design and teaches you how to do it.
She is my favorite artist doing nail tutorials online.
Here is a more recent review of the craze surrounding PSY’s Gangnam Style.
Parody video by Simon and Martina!
Bloopers! They are awesome!
Britney Spears even learns the horse dance from PSY himself while on Ellen’s show.
This is getting a lot of press.
“Hi, I’m PSY from Korea. How are you?” Yeah, that is totally for a Korean audience! Sigh, we know you are from Korea … also we don’t especially care unless we are Korean.
I thought you would like this.
Go ahead, watch it.
Two LA area radio stations played this song today (just that I personally heard while driving).
PSY is a Korean-pop singer. He has a new song called, "Gangnam Style." Gangnam is the richest area of Seoul. There is a horse dance involved in the parody music video. The Fine Bros. Productions introduces some unsuspecting American teens to this viral video.
However, as demonstrated by this article, it isn’t simply a funny video to win over the hearts of the white American kids. Although, it certainly is much more of a modern American parody style than a classic K-pop style.
Unwed, young mothers living at home aren’t really funny.
But this little girl is adorable and the video is funny.
Arirang – The Song of Korea
Another day in Korea, another day of Korean men beating up women in public.
I found out about this viral video through a Facebook link to this blog.
I clearly am somewhat biased, but there have been videos of groups of men drinking soju on the a much more crowded subway car in the middle of the floor. Sure, smoking on the subway is wrong. So is most of the things Koreans do because something being illegal isn’t the same as it being prohibited. This is a country that still struggles with corruption and views age, money, and power as irrefutable “might makes right” conditions. However, male is better than female, so a man making some scene is ignored while a woman making a scene is physically assaulted.
So, there is your fix of daily life in Korea. Women getting put in their place by force.