World Order - Last Dance
December 24, 2013 12:03 PM   Subscribe

World Order's latest, "Last Dance", starts with a shot of TEPCO corporate headquarters. Also making apperances are the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), anti-nuclear protesters outside METI, and the Ministry of Finance.

World Order welcome the 2020 Olympics to Tokyo,, visit Washington, DC, and take a trip to Seoul courtesy of Asiana Airlines, where they stop by Gyeongbok Palace and Gangnam subway station, among other places.

They also find time to show off their suits from Yofuku No Aoyama

posted by needled (4 comments total) 11 users marked this as a favorite
Good times.
posted by Halogenhat at 7:01 PM on December 24, 2013

The single-most real human superpower is rhythm.
posted by Mike Mongo at 12:42 PM on December 25, 2013

Interesting ending to the Seoul video. After Genki Sudo repairs Korean-Japanese relations by signing some form of treaty, they go on to get China included as well. How do they manage to advance such mutual understanding amongst these Asian powerhouses which had been frought with distrust, if not downright animosity over the ages? By signing a paper that says "We Are All One".

Brilliant maneouver, I say! But (!) what should happen at the end? A white man takes the paper and stuffs it into his suit pocket and walks away. What does this mean? Western powers colluding to undermine East Asian stability? More cultural imperialism stealing the 'riches of the Orient'? Fear of a billion people dancing the robot?
posted by Metro Gnome at 4:48 PM on December 26, 2013

What I'd like to know is how they did that levitation move in the Seoul video.
posted by needled at 7:29 AM on December 27, 2013

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