LONDON (NBC/APTN) - Have trouble getting your kids to eat their vegetables?
One North London dad said he's found the secret -- at least for 10-month-old Benjamin.
Andrew Tsai said it can sometimes take more than an hour to feed his son lunch. He and his wife have tried all kinds of ways to get Benjamin to eat his vegetables.
But the sights and sounds of South Korean rapper PSY's Internet hit "Gangnam Style" apparently helps.
Tsai posted video on YouTube showing Benjamin sitting in his high chair refusing to eat.
But when he turns on "Gangnam Style," his son starts swallowing spoonfuls of his lunch -- eyes transfixed on the computer screen.
When Tsai shuts off the video, Benjamin again refuses to eat.
"Gangnam Style" has been watched online by more than 300 million people around the world.
It topped the British music charts last Sunday and has been ranked No. 2 on the U.S. Billboard Chart.
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