After visiting Everland, our bus finally arrived to its stop – Gangnam station. Since we’re already at the Gangnam terminal, we decided to pay a visit to the Gangnam Style “Horse Dance” stage. We planned to snap a quick photo and secretly dance (if no one is looking *kidding*) on the stage.
Just outside the Gangnam Station Exit 11 ( Green line) lies the testimony to one of the most popular song in the World – Gangnam Style by Psy. The place, also known as M-Stage, is where tourists and locals can get on the stage and dance Gangnam style – reenacting the famous Horse dance steps.
The phrase “Gangnam Style” figuratively refers to the lifestyle linked to the high standard of living and expensive real estates of the District of Gangnam in Seoul – by which has been compared to cities such as Beverly Hills in California.
Unfortunately, the venue is not that alive compared to the reviews that I’ve read. When we get there, an ongoing silent protest was in place in relation to the impeachment issue with South Korea’s former president.
As a result, we just had a quick photo of the stage and was unable to do the dance part (half happy, half not).
Related posts about our 5days-4nights South Korea DIY travel:
- SOUTH KOREA: DIY Summary and Itinerary for 5Days/4Nights
- First time guide on applying for South Korea tourist visa for Pinoys
- 5 ways on getting a Cheap Plane ticket
- What to Wear on an Autumn-Winter trip in South Korea
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- Where to exchange Philippine peso to Korean Won
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- SEOUL DAY 3
- SEOUL DAY 4
- SEOUL DAY 5