"Gangnam Style" Psy Keeps his Promise with College Students
By Staff Writer | September 26, 2012 04:56 PM EDT
'World star' Psy keeps his promise with college students and calls out on celebrities and agencies that only look to money.
After 3 weeks of being in the U.S., Psy returned home early on September 25 and preceded to attend his press conference and then get ready right after to perform at Joongang University and Gyeonggi University.
Although he had a busy schedule in the U.S. and flew over 10 hours to come home and held a press conference, he still showed up to the university because he had made a promise.
Psy has been a global sensation with his song, "Gangnam Style" and has received many love calls from agencies upon his return to Korea. However, Psy has denied all requests and has proceeded to perform at 8 different universities that he had promised he would perform at.
There are many other agencies that say that they will perform at a college festival but end up not doing it for various reasons. However, Psy kept his promise and performed on stage as soon as he returned to Korea.
Psy commented, "Peforming at college festivals is not considered working. To me, its is going to go play."
Psy has ranked number 1 on iTunes in 30 countries and has ranked number 11 on the U.S. Billboards Single Main Chart 'HOT 100'.
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