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Best Answer Marlene Bertrand says
I agree. The whole idea was a tongue in cheek poke at the 'upper classes' of that area. The dance is fun and it is hard not to laugh while watching someone do it. Kpop had already spread, even wrote a few hubs about that almost 2 years back...
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