|The world has been hit by a storm for South Korea. His name is Psy and he has left a lot of fans grooving to the horse dance ‘Gangnam Style’ in his wake.
The latest to boogie that fun dance are 20000 fans in a flashmob that turned up at Trocadero Square near Paris’s iconic Eiffel Tower to watch the YouTube pop sensation perform a live shtick for the crowd.
The performance, lasting about 15 minutes, had Psy performing the hit number ‘Gangnam Style’ with four dancers. The crowd, consisting mainly of teenagers, cheered on.
In case you haven’t been clued in, Psy’s song ‘Gangnam Style’ is the second most watched YouTube video ever. However, while addressing the press in Paris, the 34-year-old singer, whose real name is Park Jae-Sang, made light of all the fame he’s got.
"I can't say I have a success, because it's kind of a phenomenon…I didn't do anything -- people hit YouTube, people found this music and they brought it to the world. Not me. Now it's my turn. The second one I gotta make my success,” said Psy while talking about his upcoming album that might come out in March 2013.
Psy revealed that his new album will feature a new song and a selection of songs from his 12-year career in South Korea. He also promised that his dances in the future would be “more ridiculous and funny”.