It’s not hard to get a “Gangsnam Style”-themed music video.
It’s easy to get it right.
That’s because “Gentleman’s Agreement” director Han Hyun Woo has made it simple for you to watch the music video on YouTube and other video sites.
You can watch the video at the top of the page and skip the rest of the story.
That means you can get a good view of the film without the risk of being blocked by a copyright troll.
But there’s one catch.
If you do go ahead and watch it, you’ll find that the music isn’t actually “Gungam Style.”
Instead, it’s the video’s director, Lee Soo Hyun, who is making the music videos.
This is a huge problem for the movie, because YouTube doesn’t allow “Gwangnam Style”—which has been described as a “subversive pop culture” piece—to be embedded within its video content.
YouTube, a company with a reputation for making the content of its users’ personal videos available to anyone to watch, said in a statement to Ars that the company “has not taken this case seriously.”
The statement goes on to say that “the fact that it appears to be a parody is not an issue, as this is a parody that is not intended to mislead.”
YouTube has also told Ars that it’s investigating the matter and will “take appropriate action if warranted.”
We’ve reached out to YouTube to ask whether it plans to take action against the copyright troll who has blocked the “Game of Thrones” music videos on its site.
It hasn’t responded yet.
It seems likely that a copyright dispute with YouTube would lead to a settlement.
In a recent letter, YouTube’s general counsel wrote that the copyright claim against the “Handsome” video was not an infringement of copyright and that the “Music video is in fact a parody of ‘Game of Hearts’ music video” and that YouTube “does not authorize any use of the Music video in its videos or on the site.”
In a statement, YouTube said it “is aware of the situation and is taking steps to address it.”
But it seems likely the company will be able to work around this.
“YouTube has not taken any action against this copyright claim, and the Music Video is still available on YouTube,” the company said.