Just a Few Cute Korean Clips (Music Video) + 2 Most Popular Songs in Russia (Bonus)
LPG (Lovely Pretty Girl) (엘피지) – Doorbell of Love (사랑의 초인종) – Korean
4MINUTE (포미닛) – Volume Up – Korean
Davichi & T-ara (다비치&티아라) – We Were in Love (우리 사랑했잖아) – Korean
T-ara (티아라) – Day By Day (Dance Ver.) – Korean
PSY (싸이) – GANGNAM STYLE (강남스타일) - Korean amateur dance team «Waveya» (웨이브야) – Korean
By the way, the very first song (LPG – [Doorbell of Love]) belongs to a genre of "Trot
" ([Teuroteu]) – that is to a chanson.
Therefore – the BONUS: The most popular songs in Russia
(My God, take away me from here!):
Mikhail Krug – [Kolshchik (Кольщик)] and [Владимирский централ]
[Mikhail Krug (Russian: Михаил Владимирович Круг, the pseudonym literally means circle; April 7, 1962–June 30, 2002), born as Vorobyov (Воробьёв), was a Russian singer, one of the leading singers of the style of songs known as blatnaya pesnya (songs about criminals), or shanson, which has been part of Russian culture since the beginning of the twentieth century.
Mikhail Krug was born in Morozovskiy Gorodok, a suburb of the city of Tver. In 1987 Krug participated in a song competition, taking first place. As a result, he took up song-writing seriously. By 1994, he had recorded three albums, which weren't released officially, but hundreds of pirate copies were distributed. Most of the songs found their way onto his later albums. His first official release was Zhigan-Limon (Жиган-лимон), which featured one of his biggest hits, Kolshchik (Кольщик). It took him three years until he settled on the final version. A significant portion of Mikhail Krug's songs invoke the secret code of Russian prisons and the symbolism of prisoner tattoos. They describe the emotional emptiness and the despair of the prisoners who are separated from their families and loved ones. He also wrote many love songs, and songs about Tver. Krug liked to associate with criminal elements, which inspired his music and his diamond ring was a gift from the notorious criminal Khobot. In writing his songs, Krug used a 1924 dictionary of underworld slang, compiled by the NKVD.
In the late evening of June 30, 2002, Mikhail Krug was fatally wounded in his Tver house by unknown intruders. He died in a hospital a few hours later. In 2012 a genetic expertise revealed that Krug's killer was Mikhail Veselov, who was murdered in 2002 in Tver]. – Wikipedia
Mikhail Krug – Kolshchik (Кольщик) – Russian
Mikhail Krug – Владимирский централ – Russian