Little has been heard about PSY in the UK for a while now, but that doesn’t mean he’s long forgotten. The viral star’s performance at the Capital FM Summertime Ball this year has been nominated by Wembley Stadium as one of the stadium’s ‘Greatest Moments of the year‘. With both the prestige of Wembley Stadium as the top UK venue, and that PSY is the only Korean nominated. It’s definitely a Hallyu event worth noting.

The viral icon has also topped UK charts, and created World Records, but the star’s achievements don’t stop there, and he was also previously nominated for Best Music Video at the MTV EMAs with ‘Gangnam Style’. Just beaten out by Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ – ironically, the world’s most hated music video.

PSY performed his now two biggest hits, ‘Gangnam Style’ and ‘Gentleman’ to the audience of 80,000 at the Summertime Ball. And despite the line-up boasting top acts such as Taylor Swift and Jessie J, PSY’s performance became the most talked about of the night.

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Last year’s Top Moment was won by Coldplay’s opening performance of the 2012 show. With Coldplay being a tough act to follow in the UK, do you think PSY could be this year’s winner?

If PSY wins, like the winners that have come before, he will have his very own ‘Wembley Way Stone’ to commemorate the win. So if you’d like to support PSY to become the first Korean winner of Wembley Stadium’s ‘Best Moment of the Year’, then head over to the following links to vote.

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(Note: These are Facebook voting app links and require login.)

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