After cutting a particularly juicy piece of steak, Park spears it with her fork and holds it before the camera, turning it just slightly until it glistens in the light. Park is the first to admit that her looks are part of the appeal.
Although she insists she does not purge or diet, she says she spends about 1.5 hours a day doing her makeup and hair, and strives to both "eat pretty" and look good.
Fans tune in to see what she cooks (it varies, but it is always a lot) and how she eats it (with relish). There are thousands of hosts, although she is currently the most popular in the category.
Two things are driving the trend, she says: an obsession with food, eating and dieting, and the loneliness of urban life. You can hear the meat sizzle and the mustard squirt. "It just melts away in my mouth."The Diva's meals are mostly multi-course, multi-hour affairs featuring abnormally large portions. A lot of her fans are young people, particularly young women, who face tremendous pressure to stay thin. "Watching me eat gives them a vicarious thrill."The tone is sensual, but not overtly sexual.
Bats are equipped with spectacular navigational capabilities that allow them to fly through the dark and catch tiny insects.
They are 100% able to steer clear of your coif, unless you are harboring mosquitos in your hair, in which case you can thank the bat for taking care of that for you.
A live streaming version of this view is also available.
The kestrels have just begun investigating the nest for the season, so the camera will “go live” as soon as the first egg is laid.
Park, who goes by the nickname ‘The Diva,’ is one of South Korea’s top culinary bloggers.
Nearly every day, she prepares and eats her outsized evening meal in her home studio, live-broadcasting for up to four hours at a time.
No need to worry about a bat finding its way around. The time you spend straightening and curling your hair has paid off, you look fabulous.
But trust us—no bat, ever, has voluntarily decided to dive into your locks.