The catch: You'll have to cook for him.
The South Korean pop star -- once again going for YouTube gold with his latest single, "Gentleman" -- is prepping for a world tour, and he's advertising for a personal chef. His want-ad, of course, is a wacky YouTube video ...
$40,000 for a month's work -- not too shabby -- and that's right: You don't actually have to be able to cook. The rules of the contest require candidates to upload videos of themselves cooking, but they also state:
THE WINNER WILL RECEIVE A TRAINING PERIOD OF TWO WEEKS AND WILL TAKE ON THE ROLE OF PSY'S CHEF FOR A PERIOD OF ONE MONTH STARTING FROM JULY 1ST, 2013.
Never fear: GrubHub has extended its reach around the country.