NEW YORK (AP) — A South Korea-rooted video craze is spreading across the globe as individuals tune to social media to look at binge eaters.
The so-called mukbang movies present individuals devouring huge quantities of ramen, burgers, hen wings or seafood boils brimming with crab and lobster.
Followers say the movies are enjoyable and assist fulfill individuals attempting to shed extra pounds. Skeptics are involved that the phenomenon could instill unhealthy habits.
Ashley Cobb is a math trainer in Washington, D.C. She says the movies are soothing and transport her to a unique place in the identical manner as a superb guide.
Client psychologist Michal Strahilevitz says watching others binge eat is far more healthy than binge consuming your self.
The movies have made millionaires out of some creators.