So last week I was walking from Subway (the restaurant. yes... those people at Subway know me pretty well now) when I passed one of the shops. Shops in Korea often play music to set an atmosphere for their shop. Anyway - this shop was playing music and I'd heard this song before in Korea but I never had ANY idea who sang it or what the name was! It was all in Korean! But I really liked the song, so I stopped to listen to it. Then I went in the shop and asked the lady who sings the song or what the name is... and she didn't know.
Then the song ended.
So I went and drilled some students for the artist or name of the song by whistling the tune. NOBODY knew! But FINALLY one lady was able to find it for me! It turns out the song is written by a comedian group in Korea called "The Namolla Family" and they made this song for a movie (a bad movie, from what I hear). But I really like the song.
The only words I really understand are "I love you" which is the name of the song. In Korean, "I love you" is "Sara-heng-gay". It's one word. Say it real fast, then listen for it in the song. Anyway... here's the song. Also, if you type "Namolla Family" Into YouTube, you can see one of their comedy skits. I don't understand a word of it - but it really looks funny.