Skip to comments.Interview: PSY on 'Gangnam Style,' posers and that hysterical little boy
Posted on 08/19/2012 9:06:55 PM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
Interview: PSY on 'Gangnam Style,' posers and that hysterical little boy
He's 34, slightly rotund, and happy to laugh at himself and others -- this is the K-Pop star seemingly taking over the world
Its been a hell of a week for PSY, the K-Pop sensation of the moment.
From a hit music video, a spectacular concert stage fire in front of 33,000 people last weekend, a spontaneous 'guerrilla' gig at Gangnam Station on Tuesday, to flying to LA following a call from Justin Biebers label, the comic hip-hop/rap star is riding one high-flying rocket to international stardom.
The 34-year-old rapper's "Gangnam Style" music video has gone mega-viral since its release a month ago -- clocking in at around 34 million YouTube hits as of the time of writing.
Thanks to PSY (real name Park Jae-Sang), the whole world is talking about Gangnam, Seoul's ritziest district, and wondering where -- or what -- it could possibly be.
And over on Facebook, feeds continue to be peppered with posts about the comic K-Pop singer-songwriters frenzied horse dance, which foreign media is calling the second Macarena" because of its catchiness.
CNNGo: Where on earth did you find that little boy in the video? Hes hysterical.
PSY: Isnt he great? His name is Hwang Min-woo and hes five. The night before the music video shoot, I was watching Koreas Got Talent and saw him dance to Michael Jackson. His moves were ridiculous. So we called him up and asked him to be in the music video, which was shooting the very next day, and he came and it all worked out.
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America has destroyed the world by exporting it's culture.
His momma is Korean, so he sees a lot of K-pop vids.
Apparently, the CIA was so busy watching North Korea, no one saw South Korea weaponize the Horse Rider Dance and launch it our direction.
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