” which made him a star in the United States and across the world. When PSY became famous and his comments about American soldiers surfaced 暴雨孩子塞买菜车 菲佣雇佣乱象

Music Before Gangnam was part of an international craze, it was simply Gangnam Seoul, part of the capital and largest city of South Korea (the Republic of Korea). Its name represented the District’s location south of the Han River, which bisects Seoul. In recent years, Gangnam in South Korea has been dubbed the nation’s "Beverly Hills," a high-rent district of upscale shops, nightlife and urban living. To live "Gangnam Style" means to party in the lap of luxury, supported by the modern infrastructure of one of the world’s great cities and most successful nations. But not too long ago, Gangnam and the rest of Seoul were occupied by North Korean (and then Chinese) armies determined to purge everything for which Gangnam Style stands. U.S. and South Korean military forces passed through Seoul’s Gangnam area in back-and-forth battles with the invaders, leaving much of the area devastated. During the initial North Korean invasion of South Korea in 1950, the bridges over the Han River near what is now Gangnam were blown up to keep North Korean troops and armor from crossing them. But large numbers of escaping civilians were on the spans — men, women and children were killed and thrown dead and alive into the water, near river banks that are now covered with parks and ritzy high rises. At one point, American and South Korean Marines, along with the Army’s 32nd Infantry and South Korean units, massed south of the Han not far from Gangnam, crossing the river under enemy fire and launching a vicious house-to-house battle to eject the communist forces from South Korea’s capital. If not for the sacrifices of many American, South Korean and allied troops, there would be no Gangnam or Gangnam Style. And those dancing down the streets of the neighborhood may also recall the deaths of many Korean civilians in the war, and the abject poverty they faced after the conflict ended. The North Koreans also kidnapped thousands of people from Seoul, most have not been heard from since. Not only were Koreans hard-working, but also musically talented — K-Pop, or Korean pop music, became popular across the world. Park Jae-sang, an aspiring musician, traveled to America to study music, with an interest in rap, the music style developed by African-American singers. He returned home to adopt his persona as Korean rapper "PSY." Despite some problems involving allegedly dodging his South Korean military service, PSY became increasingly popular. In a 2004 concert, PSY rapped: "Kill those f**king Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives and those who ordered them to torture Kill [the Yankees’] daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law and fathers / Kill them all slowly and painfully. At the time, as today, thousands of American troops were stationed in South Korea to prevent an invasion from the North. In 2012, PSY released the song "Gangnam Style," which made him a star in the United States and across the world. When PSY became famous and his comments about American soldiers surfaced, he apologized to the U.S. military and American people. More than 30,000 "Yankees" died in combat during the Korean War. Over 8,000 are missing, including men kept by the communists forever. Thousands of American men and women remain in Korea to prevent another invasion and protect basic liberties in South Korea, such as freedom of speech. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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