A home in Cedar Park, Texas is making headlines after it was decorated with an impressive set of lights that are coordinated with Christmas songs and the latest K-pop hit "Gangnam Sytle."
A video of the "Gangnam Style Psy 2012" Christmas Lights show was posted on YouTube last week and has nearly 100,000 views. (watch below).
The show reportedly features as much as 25,000 Christmas lights and is made possible with a computer program, according to local TV station KXAN.
"We have the notebook computer -- a little dongle here -- that connects the lights. Then we have a little obvious transmitter that connects us to the radio, just enough to reach the street," said John Storms, who put up the decorations and lives in the house.
People online were giving positive feedback to the YouTube users who posted the video.
"The only way this would be even more awesome is if Santa came out of the garage doing the dance," one YouTube user with the nickname brokinwand92 said.
The original "Gangnam Style" by South Korean rapper Psy has over 800 million views on YouTube in four months since it was uploaded. Psy has said he didn't intend his video to be seen outside his country but it has become a worldwide success and has inspired many parodies around the world. Psy has made several appearances in major TV shows in the United States including this month at tha American Music Awards where he performed with legendary rapper MC Hammer.
Watch the video below: