Like, four large pizzas, 6 pounds of beef, three bowls of kimchi stew, and troughs of chicken wings. For dinner. No leftovers.
Park told CNN, "My fans tell me that they really love watching me eat because I do so with so much gusto and make everything look so delicious”.
How they enjoy all the lip smacking and chomping remains unclear.
Part of the appeal allegedly comes from viewers eating vicariously through the gluttonous star. But muk bang also taps into Koreans' increasingly fractured family lives, as young people now live more solitary lives than in past generations.
"Loneliness is another crucial factor," Park told Reuters. "The show is addictive as you can communicate with thousands of people at home."
Also, she apparently makes more than $9,000 a month from her live stream, in donations.