Huizhou Traffic Police Are The Best, As This Video Set To K-Pop Proves

Thought Singles Day last month was a bit random? It seems that December 2 is now, perhaps unofficially, Traffic Police Day. The date, 12/2, coincides with China’s emergency traffic number: 1-2-2. In celebration of themselves, the Huizhou traffic police in Guandong released a professional music video showcasing traffic rules, as found by Eric Jou of Kotaku, set to the Korean band Crayon Pop’s song “Bar Bar Bar.” Although you might take some important traffic lessons from the video — don’t day-drink and drive, for instance — the main purpose of the video seems to be to celebrate the coincidence of the date with the emergency traffic number. Don’t miss the sweet Chinese traffic rap in the middle.

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