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Psy States, "I Learned all my Performance Techniques from Kim Jang Hoon"

By Staff Writer | October 10, 2012 12:26 PM EDT

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Psy's past remarks gains much attention.

Today on SBS "One Night of TV Entertainment," Psy revealed that he learned most of his performance techniques from Kim Jang Hoon.

Kim Jang Hoon appeared as a guest at Psy's concert and also produced Psy's concert in 2003. It was then that Psy learned many new techniques from Kim Jang Hoon.

Starting in 2004, the two began their separate ways, but after Psy's return from the army, the two still remained friends. During the show's interview, Psy commented, "From the concert to the production, I learned the whole thing from Kim Jang Hoon."

On his concert on October 2, he also commented, "This concert you are seeing now was learned from Kim Jang Hoon's concert. I want to show Korea's great concert techniques and performance production to people overseas."

Psy has recently become a global sensation with his song, "Gangnam Style." He has ranked number 1 on iTunes in 30 countries and has ranked number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Main Single Chart 'HOT 100'.

He has also reached 400 million views on Youtube with his music video for "Gangnam Style."

He has appeared on many shows such as the "Ellen Show" and "SNL" and featured on news programs such as NBC and CNN.

He has also recently signed a contract with Justin Bieber's agency and plans to release his first U.S. single sometime in November.

Tagged :  Psy, Gangnam Style, Kim Jang Hoon, SBS

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