A video of the South Korean embassy's staff dancing to the hit Telugu song Naatu Naatu from the movie RRR has won over Indians.
The video features Ambassador Chang Jae-bok and his team performing various dance moves from the song in smaller and larger groups.
The video gained 1.2 million views as of this writing after going viral over the weekend.
Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India, referred to it as a "lively and adorable team effort.".
In the 53-second video, several people are seen dancing in various locations while some are dressed in kurtas with leggings and others in the traditional Korean hanbok.
A large group dance that mimics the final few seconds of the original song concludes the video.
The song's selection isn't surprising in and of itself because Naatu Naatu is a vivacious musical number that has won fans all over the world and numerous honors, including a Golden Globe.
In addition, it has been nominated for Best Original Song at the Oscars, where it is expected to win on March 12.
In a highly coordinated dance-off that fuses various genres, including traditional Bollywood moves, the song features Telugu superstars Ram Charan and Jr. NTR matching each other, step for infectious step. On YouTube, the video has received over 122 million views.
The movie RRR, a historical fantasy about two revolutionaries who struggle against British rule in India, received overwhelmingly positive reviews from audiences around the world, which helped propel the song's success.
The movie set box office records in Japan and spent several weeks among the top 10 movies on Netflix in the US.