In South Korea there are live stream channels devoted to 'mok-bang' where you simply watch people eat. Using the Korean words for 'eating' and 'broadcast,' this sort of streamable content is becoming increasingly popular.
Afreeca TV is an online video network not unlike YouTube, except it offers people uploading videos virtual currency in the form of Star Balloons. Notable mok-bang 'broadcast jockey' The Diva streams herself eating dinner on a daily basis from 8pm to 9pm local time. Where as some YouTube celebrities have scheduled live stream questions to engage with fans and answer questions, this form of food porn is an all-together different beast. Described by Kotaku as "a seemingly endless parade of delicious food," mok-bang streams like that of The Diva focus less on audience interaction and more on the love of food.