South Korean singer Park Jae-sang, best known as Psy, was summoned by the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency for questioning in relation to the current investigation on record producer Yang Hyun-suk.
The 41-year-old star was questioned for over 9 hours, from around 5 p.m. on June 16 until around 2:15 a.m. the next day, according to authorities.
Calling PSY’s “Gangnam Style” a big hit would be a huge understatement. Five years since it dominated the internet, the catchy, massive hit single still remains relevant in the hearts of netizens everywhere.
The Korean pop song recently broke another milestone; on November 25, Park Jae-sang, who is better known around the globe as PSY, announced on Twitter that his 2012 viral song “Gangnam Style” has reached 3 billion views on YouTube.
Psy, Psy, Psy…thought you could fool us, didn’t you?
Thought you were sneaky, didn’t you?
“Gangnam Style” was the phenomenon that took the world by surprise back in 2012, making South Korean singer PSY a household name and a multi-millionaire. However, he recently revealed in an interview that the global fame the massive viral hit brought him was also the most difficult time he faced since his music career began.
PSY, Park Jae-sang in real life, told audiences of JTBC’s Knowing Bros in a recent episode that he suffered a lot of stress and pressure after Made Psy “Gangnam Style” reached millions of views from across the planet in a matter of days.