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    After almost getting slapped in the face by a flying cheese for his first try, Korean mukbang YouTuber Tasty Hoon finally gets to enjoy his cheese fondue without any problems.

    Tasty Hoon first tried making cheese fondue on Oct. 28, according to Mashable.


    The YouTuber prepared the food, the fountain and the cheese. However, when he turned the machine on, cheese began to fly everywhere.

    screenshot via Tasty Hoon

    Apparently, the cheese did not melt completely and got caught in the spinning mechanism.

    screenshot via Tasty Hoon

    The Youtuber still ate the cheese in the end.

    screenshot via Tasty Hoon

    Even though his first attempt was a failure, Tasty Hoon gave cheese fondue another try in his second video posted on Nov. 1, and thankfully this time, everything went according to plan.


    Unlike in his first video, Tasty Hoon let his viewers see the process of making the cheese that he will later pour into the fountain.

    screenshot via Tasty Hoon

    There was a bit of suspense when he poured the cheese into the fountain.

    screenshot via Tasty Hoon

    The cheese fondue was finally a success.

    screenshot via Tasty Hoon

    Many social media users shared his hilarious disaster video and his wholesome ending on Twitter.

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