Gangnam Style. Does that sound familiar? Well, around the world, already famous stars like T-pain, Josh Groban, and Robbie Williams and the CNN news noticed this new song that Psy (Park Jae Sang) released a few weeks ago. Youtube viewers have also gotten attracted to this music video, which hit over 16 million views. For his new comeback stage, Psy added a song that so many listeners couldn’t resist for its unique beat and a different type of atmosphere in the music video. “When I first heard this song, I thought it would be weird,” said Joseph Kim, a junior at UCSD. “However, after the music video was over, I wanted to listen to it again. It was so catchy.”
Psy’s music video wasn’t just unique, but it also brought great humor to many people including the famous songwriters and singers. Robbie Williams said, “TRY WATCHING THIS AND NOT SMILING I DARE YOU.” The song and the music video included a different type of humorous dance motions that couldn’t be done by any Korean singer. After Robbie Williams, Josh Groban took part in admiring this Gangnam Style. In Josh’s tweet, he said, “It’s a Gangnam Style world, we’re just living in it. Amazing video.” It’s hard to talk bad about Psy’s great hit especially after well-known American singers have praised this music video. After Josh Groban tweeted his love for this video, T-pain was the last to share his love for this song with his fans. T-pain said, “Words cannot even describe how amazing this video is…” Every tweet from the famous stars had a positive reaction to the video. Gangnam Style rose to great popularity in America; however, this comeback song had a greater praise in Korea.
On the Korea K-pop hot 100, Psy’s Gangnam style has been ranked as number 1. “I really like this song,” said Minyoung Kim, a sophomore at Cypress High School. “I listened to this song about five times one day and I never got tired of it. I don’t regret using around 20 minutes just to listen to one song.” The people who listened to this song didn’t have anything bad to say. “Now I understand why this song is so popular,” said Daniel Na, a junior at Arnold O. Beckman High School. “It really is worth getting ranked that high. It’s just so funny.” The song brings great joy with everyone and can bring up a smile on everyone’s face.