Meet Crayon Pop, a five-member girl group from South Korea
They debuted in 2012, but they can't seem to catch a break.
They actually had to go around the streets of Seoul and perform "guerilla concerts" just to promote themselves.
They were so unpopular, they once performed on TV while wearing name tags.
But all that has changed last month when they released their fourth single, Bar Bar Bar (빠빠빠).
Not only the song is sickeningly catchy, but the choreography brings a whole lot of WTF-ery.
See that jumping dance step? They call it the "Straight-Five Engine Dance."
With a song this amazing, parodies are bound to happen.
Crayon Pop has since tasted success with Bar Bar Bar. The song has reached #2 in Billboard Korea's K-Pop Hot 100.
The music video has reached over 1.6 million views on YouTube as of this posting.
From performing on the streets, Crayon Pop get invited to summer parties.
They appear in talk shows.
Their live TV performances receive tons of views on YouTube.
Their fans, called "Sketch Book", are just as quirky as the girls, wearing tracksuits and helmets to show their love for Crayon Pop.
The question now is: will the jumping cylinder dance craze spread to the rest of the world? Only time will tell.
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