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Psy Is Cool Enough To Not Sue Koreatown Restaurant For Going Gangnam Style

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Gangnam Style is now getting the restaurant treatment!

South Korean entertainer, Psy, is being honored in El Lay's Koreatown with a restaurant named after his global hit song.

Even though the restaurant, which was previously called Soju Town, never asked for Psy's permission about the rename, he isn't bothered by it.

While Psy's legal team thought about seeking legal action for a hot minute, Psy told sources that where he comes from, this kind of praise is nothing but flattering.

With such a great attitude it is becoming more and more clear that the man behind the most watched YouTube video ever isn't leaving the spotlight anytime soon!

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11 comments to “Psy Is Cool Enough To Not Sue Koreatown Restaurant For Going Gangnam Style



  1. 1

    REALLY REALLY REALLY CREEPY!

  2. vivafortuna17 says – reply to this


    2

    Awww, not really into his music but psy seems to be great guy who does not take himself too seriously. Remember the outrage of the lady gaga ice cream anyone?

  3. dreamssweetly says – reply to this


    3

    I don't know why but I really like this guy, I hope he's not just a one hit wonder here, even though I know he is.



  4. 4

    Good lord…I hope he is not around for along time. The fact that his music is being played on radio is proof the world is going to end. cause that song its absolutely horrid.

  5. Levity says – reply to this


    5

    What a shock that the rest of the world fails to be as greedy and litigious as America?!?!

  6. KokoPie says – reply to this


    6

    Psy is so humble and appreciative of his success. He might end up being a one hit wonder in America, but he's been famous for a long time in South Korea and I wish him a long career.



  7. 7

    Any surprise there? Have you ever been to Korea? The culture is basically based on ripping off anything they think they can make a buck on.

  8. Ema says – reply to this


    8

    It's a cultural thing. Bringing an action against pointless things are so much rarer outside america. Don't know if it's a good thing or what.

  9. Jamie says – reply to this


    9

    Korea does not have copyright infringement laws or regulations like America. Anywhere you go there, you'll see stores that have been named after popular brands, etc. such as CNN (convenience shop), Apple, the list goes on. It's not a shocker to Koreans or most people from other countries, really only to Americans. Why is this making the news?!?

  10. OhPlease says – reply to this


    10

    Good of him not to sue but frankly that dance is nothing original. It's been around for a very long time and didn't start with him any way.

  11. Crissy says – reply to this


    11

    Re: bbfan4life – If you can do better, go ahead, if not then shut the fuck up loser!