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Background[ edit ] The internet meme originated from South Korean BtoB member Jung Ilhoon who made a series of cute hand movements or simply 'counting numbers in a cute way' called 'Gwiyomi Player' or 'Kwiyomi Player' 'Cutie Player' in English. He made the singers biography during episode 24 of BtoB's reality TV show called MTV Diary, which aired in The gesture became popular among various Korean entertainers after Ilhoon made an appearance on South Korean singer biography show Weekly Idol.
On February 18,a song called the "Gwiyomi song" was released by South Korean singer Hari. The song was inspired by Jung Ilhoon's 'Gwiyeomi Player'. The song gained the attention of Jung Ilhoon himself, who uploaded a cover video on his music label Cube Entertainment 's YouTube channel, performing the gestures while singing the song with his own version of lyrics.
The filmed clip was then uploaded online. Gwiyeo captures the meaning of cuteness, and "-un" is a form of conjugation to be altered for each intended usage.
Thus "gwiyomi" means a cute person. Viral spread[ singer biography ] South Korea [ edit ] After being featured on South Korean variety show Weekly Idol other K-pop idols from popular bands such as Miss AGirls' GenerationInfinite and SISTAR also exhibited the hand gestures and movements of the "Gwiyomi Player".
This video eventually went viral and has since inspired many South Koreans to upload their own singer biography of it on the Internet. Outside Korea [ edit ] The "Gwiyomi Player" was mostly recreated by teenage girls from Southeast Asiawhere the K-pop music genre has a huge and loyal fanbase especially in Thailand and in the Philippines.
On March 26, The Bangkok Post described the "Gwiyomi" song as the latest web-viral sensation that has unseated " Gangnam Style " to become the new K-pop craze.