Psy thinks the best thing about travelling the world is "the ladies".
The South Korean singer shot to fame and topped charts all over the world with his catchy dance track Gangnam Style.
His success has given him a lot of opportunities for travelling and meeting new people.
"Last night I had a performance and, wow , that was beautiful. I mean the ladies..." he told British radio hosts Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon.
The 34-year-old was already a star in his home country before he rocketed to success worldwide.
Despite being a heartthrob in Asia, Psy is still getting used to the level of attention he is attracting now.
"This only happened in Korea before that all the ladies come up to you," he laughed.
"I'll teach the [Gangnam Style] dance, so if you bring the girls..."
The quirky star is now signed to Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun, on the Schoolboy Records label.
Despite enjoying his new level of success, Psy acknowledges the expectations now placed on him.
"Before Gangnam Style they [South Korea] liked me but I was not that good behaviour artist or good attitude, literally I was bad ass," he told the BBC.
"They are saying I am making history for my country right now, so all of a sudden I just became the guy who's representing one country and that's really heavy pressure. I don't want to live like that. I am not that responsible person. I hate the word responsibility.
"I wasn't responsible at all before Gangnam Style and now I gotta be good."
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