The 23-year old Norwegian international joined the Hoops from Stromsgodset in the winter and has adapted nicely to Scottish football since his arrival.
Johansen has emerged as an integral part of Neil Lennon's title-winning squad and he suggests that being able to adjust off the pitch has helped him slip in seamlessly to the Hoops line-up.
"One of the things about coming to a club like this is that it is easy to settle down quickly because you have the options for a house and a car," he told the Daily Record.
"I am enjoying Glasgow. It is a beautiful city, I have a good house and now I have a car and can explore Glasgow.
"I'm cooking for myself and it's okay but you always want to find the good restaurants and you go to concerts like Justin Timberlake and Beyonce.
"The Commonwealth Games are coming up. It is a big city and there are a lot of things to do.
"Scottish people are very kind. Everywhere you go they make you feel welcome. It is a beautiful country."
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