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Conan O'Brien And Steven Yeun Star In Trippy K-Pop Video

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Please enjoy this incredible K-Pop video from artist J.Y. Park, starring Conan O'Brien and The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun.

This catchy jam is called "Fire," and the pair filmed the video in South Korea while O'Brien was shooting his Conan in Korea episode.

The video begins with O'Brien and Yeun in some boring office. O'Brien tells Yeun he needs to have some fun, and asks him how to say, "Where's the party?" in Korean. Yeun—who was born in Seoul, but grew up in Michigan—answers, setting off an adventure. The duo flies from the U.S. to South Korea—during which O'Brien gets shoved out of a plane when he tries to make a pass at a woman on board—and go through K-Pop training and styling with Park himself.

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O'Brien and Yeun previously visited Koreatown's Wi Spa together where they got naked for a scrub and sauna.

And, here's Yeun and O'Brien eating a Korean meal together.

Related: Video: Conan O'Brien's Funny, Touching Trip To Armenia With His Assistant

[h/t Nerdist]