Psy Goes Shirtless As Gangnam Style Tops Billboard Chart

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South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert in Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. The video to "Gangnam Style", featuring Psy's much-imitated horse-riding dance, went viral after its July release on YouTube, where it has now notched up more than 350 million views. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
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South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
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South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
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South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
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South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert in Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. The video to "Gangnam Style", featuring Psy's much-imitated horse-riding dance, went viral after its July release on YouTube, where it has now notched up more than 350 million views. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
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South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
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South Korean fans wavea national flag for singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, as he performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert at Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert in Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. The video to "Gangnam Style", featuring Psy's much-imitated horse-riding dance, went viral after its July release on YouTube, where it has now notched up more than 350 million views. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert in Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. The video to "Gangnam Style", featuring Psy's much-imitated horse-riding dance, went viral after its July release on YouTube, where it has now notched up more than 350 million views. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert in Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. The video to "Gangnam Style", featuring Psy's much-imitated horse-riding dance, went viral after its July release on YouTube, where it has now notched up more than 350 million views. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert in Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. The video to "Gangnam Style", featuring Psy's much-imitated horse-riding dance, went viral after its July release on YouTube, where it has now notched up more than 350 million views. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
South Korean singer Park Jae-Sang, also known as Psy, performs during his free concert in Seoul on October 4, 2012. The municipal government closed off part of the city centre and extended subway operations for the estimated 80,000 fans who packed the open venue outside Seoul City Hall and spilled out into the surrounding streets. The video to "Gangnam Style", featuring Psy's much-imitated horse-riding dance, went viral after its July release on YouTube, where it has now notched up more than 350 million views. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
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Hundreds of fans sit near the stage in front of the city hall of Seoul on October 4, 2012, waiting for a free evening concert by South Korean singer Park Jae-sang, also known as "Psy". The concert, to be streamed live to an international audience via YouTube, caps a stunning month in which the rapper's hit "Gangnam Style" has stormed global charts and made the chubby 34-year-old a national hero. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
Hundreds of fans sit near the stage in front of the city hall of Seoul on October 4, 2012, waiting for a free evening concert by South Korean singer Park Jae-sang, also known as "Psy". The concert, to be streamed live to an international audience via YouTube, caps a stunning month in which the rapper's hit "Gangnam Style" has stormed global charts and made the chubby 34-year-old a national hero. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
SKOREA-ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC-PSY
Hundreds of fans sit near the stage in front of the city hall of Seoul on October 4, 2012, waiting for a free evening concert by South Korean singer Park Jae-sang, also known as "Psy". The concert, to be streamed live to an international audience via YouTube, caps a stunning month in which the rapper's hit "Gangnam Style" has stormed global charts and made the chubby 34-year-old a national hero. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/GettyImages)
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