Daewon, with a raised eyebrow, humourously comments about the era where people thought that he only skated picnic tables. He also speaks about the length of a skateboarder's career, attributing right pacing combined with having fun as key factors to keep motivated and help maintain career longevity. Regarding what he might be known for Daewon says, "influencing people to stay motivated," and I think he struck the right cord with his answer. Anytime there has been a lapse or dull moment in skating between myself and friends, watching a video part with Daewon Song skating in it has never failed to inspire, motivate, and pump us up to hit the streets and parks.
For me, and I think many will agree, video combined with the perfect and finalized choice music track makes for a great segment in a skate video. Think of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean music video and imagine how much video and song together enhanced the end result that impressed upon people's mental imagery for years and still continues to do so. To this day, Daewon's ending segment in DVS' Skatemore is a prime example of the just mentioned combination and still serves as some of the best motivational skate material someone can watch. It is well worth buying Skatemore to watch Daewon's part in its best detail. For newer Daewon skate video materal, check out New Year's Dae.