The 34-year-old singer, ahead of his Singapore's free performance for fans, admitted during a press conference that he does occasionally get tired of his enormous hit.
"Sometimes honestly, yes I get tired or I get sick of it because I get so many requests to teach them, you know, like average let me say 50 requests per city, per country. I already taught the dance to so many people, so many times but still the dance makes me here , to make a press conference in Singapore, so of course sometimes I'm tired about it, but I got to do it, it's my job."
Later, the South Korean pop sensation danced his signature moves in front of earsplitting fans outside a Singapore landmark, the Marina Bay Sands a high-rise casino complex.
Despite of the fact the Psy has performed the dance countless times by now, he added, "I really like the dance still."
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