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The Origin Of 'Gangnam Style'?

The origins of 'Gangnam Style' are revealed.
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The Original Gangnam Style?
(Photo : @psy_oppa)

On Oct 21, Psy tweeted a photo with the caption, "#AncientOriginOfHorseDance -1000 years ago in KOREA lololol."

In the photo, you can see carvings which are from a Buddhist Temple in Korea. You can see a man who looks like he is riding a horse, which looks similar to the 'horse riding' dance of "Gangnam Style."

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Some of the expressions of the figures look like what Psy does on stage when he performs "Gangnam Style." 

Internet users commented, "What is the name of this statue?" and "You are just priceless."

Psy's "Gangnam Style" music video has currently surpassed 500 million views on YouTube and has ranked number 4 for 'most watched videos' of all time.

Psy has recently become a global sensation with his song, "Gangnam Style."

He has ranked number 1 on iTunes in 30 countries and has ranked number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Main Single Chart 'HOT 100'. 

He has also recently signed a contract with Justin Bieber's agency and plans to release his first U.S. single sometime in November.

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