A K-pop and dance-pop song, the term "Gangnam Style" is a Korean neologism that refers to a lifestyle associated with the Gangnam District of Seoul. The song received mixed reviews, with praise for its catchy beat and Psy's amusing dancing which has itself become a phenomenon in the music video and during live performances in various locations around the world. The song and its music video went viral in August and have influenced popular culture worldwide. A music video was released the same day, attracting global media attention and a public audience. It became a source of parodies and reaction videos by many different individuals, groups and organizations. The term was listed in Time ' s weekly vocabulary list as a manner associated with lavish lifestyles in Seoul's Gangnam district. People who are actually from Gangnam never proclaim that they are—it's only the posers and wannabes that put on these airs and say that they are "Gangnam Style"—so this song is actually poking fun at those kinds of people who are trying very hard to be something that they're not. The song talks about "the perfect girlfriend who knows when to be refined and when to get wild". 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.
On December 21, , the music video for " Gangnam Style ," a song by the Korean rapper Psy, becomes the first YouTube video to garner one billion views. The video's global popularity is a case study in the power and unpredictability of viral internet content. Psy had been well-known in Korea for a decade, earning awards and acclaim as well as a reputation for controversy. Though Korean pop music, or K-pop, was increasingly popular outside of South Korea, Psy was not an international star until "Gangnam Style. Though the lyrics are humorous, it was the video that made the song a sensation beyond Korea. The iconic dance, the memorable chorus of "Hey sexy lady!
She's willing to talk about anything I find directly on LDS. During "Netflix and chill" the other night, I noticed there was a documentary about mormons. I wish I could find a support group in South Africa.
I don't drive and we live far away from our family. As for deciding to marry someone who is not mormon, here is how I made the decision. Though my mother never openly complained about this, I could see it in her eyes. I don't mean to be rude, but she's not gonna give up her "nonsense". And as an outsider it will be obvious to you what's going on, but here's an awesome breakdown from a couple that flipped from "we go to church every week - we will write a Mormon blog" to resigning over the new policy banning children of gays all over the NY Times this month and something that is upsetting many staunch church members a few days ago. By Thursday, I'd feel like he disappeared. Their son grew up to become a temple president. She will want her kids blessed, baptized, taking temple trips to baptize for the dead, hold the priesthood, a bishop will ask you sons and daughters if they masterbate and punish them if they do, etc.