“Gangnam Style” Viewed over 100 Million Times – Who Has the Best “Horse Dance” Move?
On September 4, PSY reached a new milestone with his smash hit single “Gangnam Style,” becoming the first Korean artist to get over 100 million views on YouTube.
It took just a little over 50 days for PSY to set the record, as he passed Girls’ Generation’s “Gee,” the previous record-holder that took nearly 3 years to pass 84 million views. In fact, PSY and his “Gangnam Style” dance have become an instant global phenomenon since its release on July 15, receiving countless press coverage and Twitter mentions from around the world.
But it’s not just the numbers and media coverage that make you a global hit. It’s when you see other musicians try to follow your dance and copy your moves that you realize – this really is a big deal!
Here we put together some of the top K-Pop stars that showcased their own version of PSY’s addictive “horse dance” move from “Gangnam Style.”
Like it or hate it, you tell us—which K-Pop star has the best “horse dance” move?
(Scroll through the list by clicking the arrow at the bottom right of the top image!)
On September 1, the Girls’ Generation showed a different charm by copying the horse dance at their “LOOK Concert.”
At the end of the September 2 show of SBS “Inkigayo,” IU came on stage to join PSY’s live “Gangnam Style” performance!
Big Bang’s Seungri
On August 20, Seungri joined the “Gangnam Style” bandwagon and shared his own version of the “horse dance” on Me2Day.
Earlier this week, a BTS video of Jay Park dance to “Gangnam Style” was posted online. The video was filmed during his photo shoot for fashion brand, “Googims.”
After School, SISTAR, and 4minute
Three of the hottest K-Pop girl groups, After School, SISTAR, and 4minute, came on stage during the July 30 “Inkigayo” performance of PSY’s “Gangnam Style”!
B.A.P, ZE:A, and AOA
During “M! Countdown” on August 30, 2012, B.A.P, ZE:A, and AOA gave a joint cover performance of PSY’s “Gangnam Style.”
On September 2, JYJ’s Junsu briefly showed his “horse dance” move to the thousands of fans that came to see his solo concert in L.A.