I know a few of our readers have a fetish for Asian girls with Aussie accents, so how about two cute Korean Australian girls singing with Aussie accents? Introducing twin sisters Jayesslee (Facebook) – here they are singing a surprisingly fresh sounding cover of the most over-played and over-covered song of last year, PSY’s Gangnam Style (or as they refer to it in Aussie lingo, “Gumnut Style”). Personally, I find their version infinitely more listenable than the original – indeed, I think their singing (especially their harmonies) is actually quite excellent (and I’m a real music snob). Their YouTube channel was only the second in Australia to hit one million subscribers – after another Asian Australian girl, Natalie Tran. Yes, we love our Asian girls down here – and if you lived here, you’d know why. 🙂
One never knows what the next Internet meme is going to be or why it catches on and spreads like wildfire, but sooner or later, there will probably be a sexy Asian version of it. (Take for instance, this adaptation of the inanely popular “Charlie Bit My Finger.”) In the case of one of the latest memes, the ever viral “Harlem Shake,” we have the above performance by five outrageously hot Taiwanese babes. The ladies are; Ting Ting (“Little Red Grinding Hood”), Xuan Xuan (stretching out with the leg up high), DJ Alyshia .L (working the black lingerie), Natasha Liang (the gyrating girl with the butterfly tattoo), and Cookie Wu (joggling the juggs). Oh, and you don’t have to wait for the two solo performances that are “coming soon” because Alyshia’s is here and Natasha’s, here.
EDIT: you can view the original post and video here.
Scarlet Chan is a 27 year old model and reality TV show star on a show called K-Town, which is essentially the Korea Town jersey shore. She’s been a model for years, lost a great deal of weight, and is supposed to be the crazy one on the show – though I haven’t seen it. It also features Violet Kim, who is very pretty, and a few other attractive women.
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I got an ID request for the waitress in this video, but I couldn’t identify her myself – and I found the video quite amusing – so I thought I’d share it with our readers. Anyone have any idea who she is?
Released three months ago by Korean singer Hari, the Gwiyomi (“Cutie”) Song immediately went viral and has now become the latest Internet meme to originate from Korea. Above are three of the most popular Korean Racing models doing their version. The ladies are (clockwise from top left) Hana Hong (whom I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing here), Boyoung Chun, and Siyoung Ha.