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OPPA GANGNAM STYLE
Transcript of OPPA GANGNAM STYLE
Psy mocks them both. Much of the song refers to Korea's credit card debt rate. Financial Nuances In 2010, the average household carried credit card debt worth a staggering 155 percent of their disposable income. There are nearly five credit cards for every adult. South Koreans have been living on credit since the mid-1990s. -Max Fischer, The Atlantic http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2012/08/gangnam-style-dissected-the-subversive-message-within-south-koreas-music-video-sensation/261462/ "I think he's pointing out the ridiculousness of the materialism"- Adrian Hong -Adrian Hong "Koreans have been kind of caught up in this spending to look wealthy, and Gangnam has really been the leading edge of that, I think a lot of what Psy is pointing out is how silly that is." "Human society is so hollow, and even while filming I felt pathetic. Each frame by frame was hollow." -Psy "It's a Gangnam Style world and we are all living in it." Josh Groban http://opencitymag.com/beyond-the-horse-dance-viral-vid-gangnam-style-critiques-koreas-extreme-inequality/ http://opencitymag.com/beyond-the-horse-dance-viral-vid-gangnam-style-critiques-koreas-extreme-inequality/ Do we live in a Gangnam Style world? If so, what should be done about our spending? What is it in people that makes them obsess irrationally with appearances? Will this sort of satirical music start popping up everywhere? What positive advice does Gangnam style give? Is living Gangnam style ever woth the debt it may bring on? What are the financial lessons to learn?