What is this I don’t even…にっこりマッコリ

This appears to be an ad for a Korean Rice Wine. Is that why they have kind of weird accents? (Arigato gojaimasu? What now?) But, that still doesn’t explain the weird dancing, or their weird hair, or why these guys are on my tv, or why this song has been stuck in my head for the past three days. I just…I…yeah.

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13 Responses to What is this I don’t even…にっこりマッコリ

  1. NTG says:

    Oh, curse you. Now it’ll be in MY head!

  2. Haikugirl says:

    I heard that Koreans have trouble pronouncing “z” sound… I don’t know if that’s true.

  3. Blue Shoe says:

    Haha…looks like a spinoff of a viral internet video that was floating around a while ago.
    http://www.jadij.com/2010/12/arigatou-gojaimasu.html

    Glad you linked this. By the way, I tried マッコリ for the first time a couple weeks ago…wasn’t bad at all.

    • Oh, nice! I guess these guys have been getting lots of attention! What did the stuff taste like, btw? I was thinking about picking some up for Hanami this weekend, but don’t want to get stuck with a big bottle of yuck!

  4. Alice B says:

    The related videos makes me think it was an existing song by a group of Koreans from Japan and they just added the Nikkori Makkori in because it fit.

  5. Kaori says:

    Have you seen the other commercials for this マッコリ? They are all weird and make no sense ;D

  6. Dom says:

    Watching Japanese TV is bad for you in many ways. I think it’s the cause of all the suicides. It’s awful.

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