Koreans really, really like flashmobs. It seems like you can see one every weekend in Seoul at any given moment. And that’s really awesome for us! Take a few minutes break from studying and have a blast by watching these super fun Korean flash mobs!
1.Mob takes over
Every see a flash mob where there’s more mob than spectators? This is like the unstoppable army of flashmobs. And also, any flashmob that does Grease gets automatic respect
You might think flashmobs are just a bunch of kids that want to have some fun with the latest billboard chart topper. But Korean flashmobs have some class. Get some culture in your life with this opera flashmob in Busan Station!
3.Arirang Orchestra in Insadong
Awesome aririang performance in the middle of Insadong. Found via @janna3000 on facebook. Thanks!
4.Brown Eyed Girls Leading the Way
Most flashmobs are normal people doing dances of their favorite artists. Here we got real Kpop stars leading the way!
5.Musical Flashmob Department Store Proposal
Super fun, romantic and great production!
6.Arirang Shuffle in front of Gwanghwamun
Traditional Korean song turned into a shuffle. And the royal palace is in the background? SOLD!
Hanbok are so pretty. And they look even better when getting jiggy with some beats
8.Orchestra and Choir Flashmob
Full on orchestra with choir and even conductor. These guys came prepared!
9.Seriously Delirious Kids
Taken in the middle of winter, these kids flashmobbed out to a few summer songs in hopes of making them feel warmer. Hope it worked!
10.Movie Theater Musical
Love how you don’t know who’s joining next!
11.Girl’s Generation vs Super Junior
Battle of Kpop royalty in flashmob format.
Ok time to vote! Which one did you like best? Leave a comment!
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