4 Minute HyunA 'Beneficiary of Psy's Gangnam Style'
By Staff Writer | August 11, 2012 09:08 AM EDT
Currently, Psy's "Gangnam Style" has been viewed over 24 million times on YouTube. The music video has become famous worldwide and is now referred to as a "viral" movement. In the music video, K-Pop idol group 4 Minute's HyunA is shown dancing inside of a subway train. Comedian Yoo Jae Suk also adds to the craziness as well as Noh Hong Cheul, who shows off his signature perverted dance moves that could make anyone laugh.
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Sometime this month, the female version of "Gangnam Style" called "Oppa You're My Style" will be released. The music video will include HyunA but not Yoo Jae Suk or Noh Hong Cheul. The song is expected to be another huge hit internationally.
Although Yoo Jae Suk and Noh Hong Cheul make quick appearances, HyunA appears in almost half of the music video. Psy sees HyunA dancing in the subway train and falls head over heels in love with her in the music video. HyunA is famous for her talented dancing skills that make her appear to be a lot older than her actual age. HyunA's sexiness is perfect for the "Gangnam Style" music video and has played a big part in the success of the music video.
In reality, HyunA has already been an international star with "Bubble Pop", which received over 9 million hits on YouTube in just two weeks.
HyunA was featured in the magazine called SPIN in the U.S. as the 3rd Best Pop Single of 2011. Also, in the history of K-Pop, "Bubble Pop" placed second after the legendary group H.O.T's "Candy." HyunA was also featured as Korea's hottest artists under 21 in the "21 UNDER 21" category. HyunA has been called K-Pop's sexy princess and has been gaining an incredible amount of popularity worldwide for her talents.
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