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Conan O'Brien & Steven Yeun of 'TWD' Star in North Korean K-Pop Music Video "Fire" by JY Park

by Jon Niles   Apr 11, 2016 11:31 AM EDT

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Conan O'Brien's TBS late night talk show, CONAN, is in Korea for some special international hijinks, and his visit to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in North Korea resulted in some historical moments. Accompanied by The Walking Dead star Steven Yeun, Conan put on quite the show for his new audience, and even starred in a K-Pop music video for the song "Fire," performed by Korean stars J.Y. Park, the Wonder Girls and TWICE. You can watch this hilarious music video below!

While in the DMZ in North Korea, Conan and his crew filmed a segment, which is the first time a late night talk show has done this. History was made, but in a very serious moment that could've ended with O'Brien getting thrown in jail or possibly worse, considering what we know about North Korea. Luckily, this K-Pop song will have us forget about the seriousness of North Korea for a bit.

Watch this hilarious music video for "Fire," which, like most other K-Pop songs, is one of the catchiest songs of the year, right here (via TBS / UPROXX):

As you can see, Conan and Yeun fully embrace the K-Pop lifestyle by literally drinking it out of a bottle in order to get into character. And by "get into character," we mean get dolled up in a ton of makeup and over-the-top, very tight outfits. Overall, "Fire" is a very fun song with an even more fun music video starring a huge TV star and one of the biggest late night hosts ever.

We're also going to share the segment filmed in the DMZ, which made history and is certainly going to make you nervous for Conan and his crew. Check out this international action right here:

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