Check out this 14-year old Korean singer's cover of 'Rolling in the Deep.'
Not only are they more advanced than your child in reading, writing, and arithmetic but also they rock the 1 & the 2 more precisely.
Jessica Chobot, video game hottie/nerd, shows us all Korea's dirty little secret for getting clean. The soap knob.
To sell Halo3 in the states just give us violence. Korea went with Master Chief punching a dinosaur and dancing on the subway. Way to go Korea!
The owner decided to spend his/ her time training their bird to do this. Sigh, Dub Step listeners...
The Koreans may have less talented baseball players than Major League Baseball, but when it comes to a brawl they know how to make it interesting.
Models should be seen and not heard: Exhibit A. The only way to describe the awfulness of this is to have one of them sing about it which might create an infinite loop of awfulness and destroy the universe.
Leave it to the Koreans... We're really not sure how exactly this keeps you in shape, but here's the translation from YouTube: "...for those who like to ride the horse in front of TV and in home comfort of their own space. For all family member, this home mechanical equestrian system will meet for all the family need. It help device to fitness you up! And reach the health goal! Live longer for now! Be your ace power!" Yeehaw, ride 'em [Korean] cowboy!
You know him, you love him, you think he’s gay. Now try to guess what song he’s singing in Monkey’s Name That Tune! It’s musically creepy.
Back in 1944, the chicks were so awesome that they could sing and dance about potato salad and it was awesome! No gimmicks!
Hear what happens when you isolate Britney Spears' vocal track. Or not because it might damage your ears.