Track: Daddy | Artist: PSY | Album: The 7th Album
The Seoul district of Gangnam has announced a proposal to build a huge bronze sculpture of the horsey dance. No, really.
Meanwhile, over in Europe, this is happening. Korea's most popular musical export lends his gentlemanly style to two of Korea's most popular online gaming exports. I can see PSY in MapleStory, but Combat Arms?
An unidentified man pretending to be Psy managed to convince all of Cannes that he was the real deal simply by introducing himself as the "Gangnam Style" singer.
Worldwide musical sensation Psy spends the entirety of his music video for "Gentleman" griefing real people. Now it's time to grief some virtual block folks.
"Gangnam Style" seems so 2012. It is! But what does that matter when you're dead and want to oppan funeral style?
PSY's video for "Gentleman" is getting plenty of play online. However, on Korea's biggest television network, it's banned. The reason might seem rather unusual.
Well, PSY's newest music video "Gentleman" looks like a smash hit. It also looks like it might be filled with product placements. Go figure!
While the rest of the world spent the weekend studying South Korean superstar Park Jae-sang's latest video in preparation for their upcoming parody/tribute/stupid thing, Kotaku's mobile editor (hi) was inspired to play Candy Crush Saga forever.
PSY's video for "Gentleman" is tearing up the internet, racking up over 20 million views in only its first 24 hours on YouTube. But if you think those numbers are scary, then you haven't seen anything yet.
Yesterday, Kotaku posted PSY's newest song, "Gentleman". And today, here's the video, which also includes PSY's latest dance. Have a look.
This Saturday, PSY will be performing at Seoul World Cup Stadium. According to AP, PSY said he will "share his new single with the world". Too late, it's already leaked online. That's the internet for ya!