I gave the video a look and found it a fun bouncy romp replete with garish colors and pop-surreal imagery. Characters! Horses! Close-ups! Look at it SHINE! Catchy-as-hell, too.
And I was especially happy to catch a glance of a certain Duck Boat that I recognized from the wonderful Korean film CASTAWAY ON THE MOON.
This offbeat romantic drama from South Korea witnesses the intersection of two eccentric lives. Kim is a down-and-outer who makes a suicide bid by leaping into the dark, still currents of the Han River; in lieu of dying, however, he comes to and discovers that he is lying on a strange piece of ground, covered in sand. He briefly mistakes this environment for Heaven, then learns that he passed out and drifted to an island in the middle of the river.
Meanwhile, in one of the apartments alongside the river, a woman named Kim suffers from intense chronic depression and agoraphobia so severe that it has confined her to a lonely room for years. With her messy, unkempt appearance and the same dirty clothing that she has worn forever, she resembles a castaway on a desert island. As the male Kim takes up residence on the island opposite female Kim's apartment, and experiences greater contentment and peace than he has ever known before, the female Kim catches a glimpse of him through her binoculars and feels so moved by his complacency and apparent happiness that she decides to leave her apartment for the first time in ages and connect with her new neighbor. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
"Castaway on the Moon" sold a total of 728,000 ticket sales, grossing 4.7 billion ₩, through its domestic theatrical run (staying in the top ten for 4 weeks) via
Catch our Gangnam Style Guide bustin' moves on a powerpoat in the Han River surrounded by bobbing Duck Boats. Surprised he's wearing a life-vest, however. Safety ain't Gangnam, son!