A video has gone viral on social media which showed a Korean choir performing a song from the popular animated Disney movie, The Lion King.
The customers of one South African spur got more than they paid for when a Korean choir graced them with their talent.
A video has taken social media by storm which showed the group performing “The Circle of Life” from The Lion King using a djembe, GoodThingsGuy.com reported.
Briefly.co.za gathered since it was posted on YouTube on 29 July, the video managed to reach more than 1.68 million views.
And the response the footage received was overwhelming, with people across the world commenting how much they loved the video.
YouTube user Life Aficionado wrote, "This is wonderful. Greetings from America!"
Tim Neumann said, "Hi Greetings from Germany! I Love the Lion King and this was awesome! Thank you!"
Local YouTuber Zanele Mnguni added the video moved her so much, she cried.
"I cried actual tears... They got the words right and everything! The restaurant they are in is very popular in South Africa and celebrates Native American Culture! This video alone makes me super proud," Mnguni commented.
Another social media user, Patricia Sapp, added: "Absolutely amazing!!!!!!! People need to learn from them. This is how the world should be everywhere!! Beautiful!"
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