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Psy Plays The Ol’ Hometown

11:01 AM Friday 10/5/12 | |

Video superstar Psy played a free concert last night in front of the city hall in Seoul, South Korea. Accompanied by dancers while special affects accented his actions, the video superstar’s concert attracted approximately 80,000 fans. And, yes, there’s video.

  • Psy

    On NBC's "Today" show in New York.
    September 14, 2012

    (Jason DeCrow/Invision/AP Images)


Seoul’s police department stepped into action before the concert and closed off part of the city centre as fans spilled into adjoining streets, according to London’s Daily Mail newspaper. The city’s subway system extended its daily schedule in order to handle fans leaving the open-area venue once Psy did what he’s known for.

Of course, that “thing” Psy is known for the dance featured in his “Gangnum Style” video. Posted on YouTube in July, it’s received more than 3000 million views and resulted in several parodies.

But last night was Psy’s night as he jumped all over the stage to the delight of his fans who sang and moved right along with him. That is, when they weren’t screaming his name.

Suddenly, Justin Bieber has a new benchmark to shoot for.


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