Results for - Japanese Girl Eats 100 Pieces Of Bread In One Sitting - Mukbang

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1. Have you heard of the term mukbang before this survey?

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2. Muk-bang or mukbang (Hangul: 먹방; RR: meokbang; lit. "eating broadcast") is a type of performance in which someone eats large quantities of food, while interacting with their audience. Usually done through a webcast, muk-bang became popular in South Korea in the 2000s. Muk-bangs are also broadcast on television on the channel Afreeca.

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3. The hosts of mukbangs are referred to as "BJs" (Broadcast Jockey). A BJ will often interact with their viewers through online chatrooms. Many BJs generate revenue through muk-bang, by accepting donations or partnering with advertising networks.

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4. If you're interested in watching muk-bang would you send the Broadcast Jockey a donation?

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5. Are you comfortable having people watching you eat?

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6. There are several genres of mukbang, including "cook-bang" (cooking + mukbang) shows.

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12/18/2015 Food & Drink 2439 38 By: Tellwut
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