PSY just released HANGOVER, which is another hit song featuring the hip hop legend Snoop Dogg. HANGOVER tells the very true story of pop and party culture in South Korea. However, you might not be familiar with this side of South Korea, so here are 5 things you need to know to understand PSY’s HANGOVER.

1. Another “Teeth-brushing of Fury” Parody

This is a scene from a famous Korean drama starring Cha In Pyo that has been parodied over and over again by Korean comedians, Korean actors, and even Korean actresses.

Now, PSY and Snoop Dogg have their own "Teeth-brushing of Fury" parody!

2. More Bomb Drinks Than I Can Count

Bomb drinks, or poktanju, are a favorite in South Korea! They're a dangerously delicious mix of beer and whiskey.

PSY made more of them than I can count!

3. Korean Junk Food

This Korean junk food is called samgak, or triangle-shaped, kimbab. Kimbab is just a mixture of seaweed paper and rice. The yummy stuff is on the inside!

Snoop Dogg seems to be enjoying this Korean snack, and it's one of my favorites, too.”">Watch four rookie detectives fight crime under a hot-blooded, off-the-wall chief detective in You Are All Surrounded.

4. Noraebang

Noraebang, literally song room, is what Koreans call karaoke. At noraebang you get your own room where you can sing without worrying about stranger's judging eyes.

However, I'm sure many of us judged PSY and Snoop Dogg while watching this scene!

5. Disco Pang Pang

Disco Pang Pang is a crazy carnival ride in South Korea.

PSY and Snoop Dogg seemed to have fun without actually having to get on a real one!

At the full article, HANGOVER by PSY feat. Snoop Dogg: Everything You Need to Know to Understand The Music Video, you can read even more about the Korean pop and party culture in PSY's HANGOVER such as daytime drinking, no-pocket pool, and drinking battles. You can even find links to "Teeth-brushing of Fury" parodies featuring the popular Korean girl group SNSD!

Jennifer Gabriel is the author of the Korean culture blog, WesternGirlEasternBoy. There, you can catch up on the latest in Korean dramas, Korean movies, and Korean culture from learning the language to sightseeing in Seoul and much, much more.