think know this mom can dance.
Dancer Mike Song wrote on YouTube that he had never taught his 60-year-old mom a dance before, but "she has some serious natural talent." And he's right -- the video of the mom and son duo performing the Gangnam Style dance looks like the work of professionals.
"My mom will battle your mom," Mike wrote.
Mom's technique in the beginning is impressive, but the energy really starts to pick up about a minute in.
After the original Gangnam Style video went viral, writer Max Fisher dissected the meaning in The Atlantic, explaining that the video "is rich with subtle references that, along with the song itself, suggest a subtext with a surprisingly subversive message about class and wealth in contemporary South Korean society."
But Mike has another message for viewers: "If you're still reading this... show some love to your mom today. Spread some positivity. Have a nice day :)"
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