Although it seems too good to be true, North Korea and South Korea have decided to reunite with each other after North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un finally watched the popular “Gangnam Style” music video by South Korean rapper Psy.

Jong-Un met with South Korean Prime Minister Kim Hwang-Sik yesterday to sign a pact that would allow the two countries to reunite as one Korea.  Jong-Un cited the music video as his inspiration.

“The dancing…the poetry…the horses…it’s just so beautiful,” Jong-Un said.  “The minute I watched the video on YouTube I could not stop myself from standing up, crossing my arms, and galloping across the room.”

“Gangnam Style” is a popular dance song by Psy that has already broken into the YouTube Top 10 list with 531 million views…now 560 million…now 600 million…and now 606 million.

“I’m glad to be a part of the reunion of my country and North Korea,” Psy said.  “To be completely honest, I knew wholeheartedly knew that this song would be the one to save humanity from nuclear destruction.”

Upon the release of the song, President of the United States Barack Obama was fearful of the song’s effect on the tension between the Koreas.

“When that song hit the web, the only thing that came to my mind was that we were all going to die in a nuclear holocaust—we were screwed,” Obama said.  “It looks like crappy dance music is the answer to world peace.”

North Korean citizens are celebrating the removal of the ceasefire, even though a lack of technology has them unsure as to why the countries are reuniting.

“What’s YouTube?” a North Korean citizen asked.  “Seriously, what is it?  Because I’d really like to know why some South Korean named Psy saved us from totalitarianism.”

The two countries signed the treaty to end the ceasefire in a celebratory fashion, as Jong-Un and Hwang-Sik both did Psy’s “Gangnam Style” dance while approaching the treaty on the table.

“Heeeeeeeeeeeey…SIGN MY TREATY!” Hwang-Sik sang.

The (recently created) country of Korea will actually draft a completely new constitution based on a new movement called a “democracy of dance,” where the only restriction of freedom on any of the country’s citizens is that they must participate in a collective flash mob every Sunday to the song “Gangnam Style.”

Members of the United Nations weren’t exactly surprised that music stopped a nuclear war from breaking out, as they had been experimenting with the idea for years.

“Our previous artistic attempts to stop nukes include Woodstock, Woodstock ’94, and Woodstock ’99,” United Nations leader Michael Tatum said.  “All three of them really didn’t work out the way we wanted, and we might’ve really screwed up with the last two.  Thank you for saving our asses, Psy!”

The new country of Korea decided to host a worldwide rally as the world’s largest flash mob where everybody danced to “Gangnam Style” in the streets.

“OPPA GANGNAM STYLE,” Jong-Un sang, galloping on the streets of Pyongyang.