Arsenal are loved in the Far East and their pre-season tour, so far, has run smoothly with all the fans having a great time seeing their heroes in real-life instead of on a TV screens.
It was German defender Per Mertesacker that provided them with some real entertainment during a press conference as he started to dance for the crowd.
Mertesacker was part of the press talk which took place in Vietnam for some of the local children and one of the little girls that was present for the conference was asked to sing for everyone and she wasn't alone when she was entertaining.
The 6ft 8" defender then stood alongside of her and started to do what is known as the 'bird dance' and the fans present went nuts for it.
The German actually invited the girl onto the stage to sing for everyone and whilst she was singing, Mertesacker then started to bust some pretty embarrassing moves, but the fans loved it.
Not only did Mertesacker get involved in the entertainment, he then dragged up Gedion Zelalem and Kris Olsson and asked them to perform something for the fans as well.
Zelalem performed 'We Will Rock You' and Olsson sang the Swedish national anthem.
The video of Mertesacker doing the dance in front of the Vietnam crowd has come just a day after the 'running man' video went viral.
A massive Arsenal fan ran five miles alongside the team bus in order to see his heroes and he was eventually asked to board the bus and got the chance to meet all of the players and coaching staff at Arsenal.
Not only that, he then walked the team out for their friendly game against Vietnam, which ended 7-1 to The Gunners.
Watch Per Mertesacker's dancing here:
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