The 1992 Los Del Rio song, "The macarena" is officially the most popular tune in North Korea.
It all started last Tuesday afternoon when radio traffic from South Korea was picked up and transmitted over the mandatory state program, "Kim Jong-Un is the best leader in the world and is an awesome basketball player" hour.
The song played for over three minutes despite repeated calls from the ministry of interior followed by attempts from the ministry of pick up the phone or we send a hit squad, to contact the station.
The station manager was summarily executed after a speedy but fair trial on Wednesday morning. South Korean officials have explained that they believe the radio transmission was picked up from a Spanish language school's radio located in Busan.
It is believed that Kim Jong-Un has nothing but disdain for the song judging by his reaction and the fact that the song was subsequently made illegal.
It is also believed that a copy of the recording managed to find it's way onto the Pyongyang black market.
North Korean special police branch, The Black Pajamas refused to comment on the black market story claiming it was nothing but "western propaganda and speculation."
In fact it has been very hard to get a more substantial response out of North Korea about the new macarena phenomenon sweeping the nation. However, recent dissident of the regime, the former minister of ridiculous hair cuts agreed to comment from his penthouse suite in Seoul, South Korea.
"Kim Jong-Un would be spitting chips right about now," advised Lance General Sum-lik-et-hut.
"It would not be a good thing to be a North Korean and caught even humming the macarena," he educated with a staunch look on his face.
"I bet that Kim Jong-Un is just happy that it was on the radio and not on television. Seeing the locals doing the dance in the street would really make him lose his shit."