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`Gangnam Style` spawns `Chicago Style` parody

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

"Gangnam Style" has gone Chicago!

The over-played catchy pop single by South Korean rapper Psy, which claimed the title of "most watched video on Youtube," has now spawned a local parody.

The video was released by Union Station and Amtrak as an advertisement for the train.

In it, "train conductor" Markus Shields gives college students from Michigan a tour around Chicago.

Choreographed dancers gallop throughout Chicago's popular tourist spots, including North Ave Beach, Millennium Park, the Field Museum, and 103 floors high in the Willis Tower Skydeck.

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