International bookmaker Paddy Power is offering odds of 100/1 that the Siberian Yeti will be found by the end of 2012.
Barack Obama is planning a private show for his wife, and British royal Zara Philips is releasing a video performing the cult South Korean dance.
The development is in an area of the world that claims to have one of the highest number of sightings of a legendary creature also known as Bigfoot.
The Siberian region of Kemerovo has opened an 18km trail to a cave where 'experts' claim the fabled Yeti hangs out.
A new image of a Yeti - or Bigfoot - lurking behind trees is the 'clearest evidence' so far of the creature's existence.
DNA 'tests' of hair supposedly from a Yeti in a Siberian cave show it comes from an unknown mammal closely related to man, it was claimed last night.
Yetis have been 'sighted' recently in three different remote areas in Kemerovo region, according to local reports.
To the outside world, the resort of Sheregesh is as well known for Yeti as skiing or snowboarding.
But has he put his Big Foot in it? Professor Valentin Sapunov hits the headlines round the world with the claim.
What I wasn't expecting was just how beautiful everything looked under the sparkling white blanket of snow.
The flame warms Siberia and even takes a dip in Lake Baikal en route to the Sochi Winter Games.
It should be called the 'Pacific region', he suggests.