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Apr 18, 2013

After the Gangnam Style craze, now comes another South Korean dance moves called Gwiyomi. According to Wikipedia, "Gwiyomi" or "Kiyomi" is Korean slang used to refer to a cute person. The lyrics of the song can be interpreted as "1 + 1 = Cutie, 2 + 2 = Cutie", etc.
Gwiyomi (귀요미) is based on the adjective "gwiyo-un" (귀여운), which means cuteGwiyo captures the meaning of cuteness, and "-un"is a form of conjugation to be altered for each intended usage. Ending an adjective with "-mi" (-미) has the effect of personifying the adjective, thereby turning the word into a noun. Thus "gwiyomi" means a cute person.
The Gwiyomi Song is a K-pop single by South Korean singer Hari and was released on February 18, 2013. It was inspired by a gesture from K-pop idol rapper Jung Il Hoon called Gwiyomi Player, which became an Internet meme in October 2012 following its appearance on the variety show, BToB MTV DiaryMany.
If you haven't yet joined the craze, maybe this Gwiyomi dance guide will inspire you to try it out but these steps are easier to pull off if you're already cute so proceed with caution otherwise be ready to become the subject of ridicule if you're not, hehehe ..... just kidding! ;-)
Here's my 5yr old niece, KODY to teach you the basic moves ...
Gwiyomi Dance Guide by Kody

View here how these siblings, my 10yr old nephew and 5yr old niece pulled off the GWIYOMI moves.


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