China has enforced a law that will prohibit people from ordering too much food at restaurants and filming mukbangs.
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.
A disturbing new trend of “animal binge-eating videos” is sweeping Chinese social media following China’s crackdown on mukbang videos.
A South Korean YouTuber known for her mukbang videos has caught the attention of more social media users after sharing the results of her 500-day journey to weight loss.
A South Korean YouTuber who has amassed millions of fans for her mukbang videos is being accused of cheating her followers by spitting out food after chewing.
Eyebrow-raising edits: Social media users are now doubting the authenticity of vlogger Moon Bok Hee after eagle-eyed viewers spotted some suspicious edits in her videos.
A famous South Korean mukbang YouTuber is being called out for her videos in which she eats live seafood in front of her audience.
Ethan Klein, one half of the husband-wife duo of H3H3 Productions, accused Ssoyoung of “torturing” animals and sometimes even eating live octopus and squids on camera, according to Metro.
The mukbang community on YouTube, whose members create videos of themselves eating massive amounts of food based on the viral video genre from South Korea, has suffered a recent scandal that has one YouTuber accusing another of bullying and abusively manipulating her.
Mukbang YouTuber Stephanie Soo, who has 1.63 million followers, called out fellow food vlogger Nikocado Avocado claiming he used their friendship to manipulate her words in an effort to injure another mukbang youtuber he had been feuding with prior. Avocado, whose real name is Nicholas Perry, is a 28-year-old YouTuber with over 1 million followers who occasionally collaborates with other YouTubers or his husband to make mukbang videos.
Based on current trends, some of the most lucrative ways for YouTube Creators to earn money often involve playing video games, reviewing toys or teaching others which sponsored item they should be buying next.
However, for 25-year-old YouTuber Kim Thai, it has been about eating insane amounts of food through the art of mukbang, a South Korean term that combines eating and broadcasting.
Tzuyang is a new YouTuber from South Korea who has been generating quite a buzz online for her fascinating mukbang videos.
For those who are still unfamiliar with these types of videos, mukbang refers to the live online broadcast of a show in which a host eats large amounts of food while interacting with their audience.
Image via YouTube / Stephanie Soo
Meet Yang Soobin, a South Korean entertainer known for her eating videos who also has a massive follower base in Southeast Asia.
The 23-year-old internet star, who will soon turn 24 next month, rose to fame for eating food from different cultures in front of the camera, a trend known in South Korea and now other parts of the world as mukbang.
Ryu recently started posting videos on his Instagram account, which already has more than 43,000 followers.