Andy and Adam stuff their faces with a heap of Korean food and .... silk worms?
23 Jan 2017 - 12:52 PM  UPDATED 23 Jan 2017 - 3:24 PM

A number of viral trends took a share of the limelight over the past few years. One of the more notable, recent fads (that wasn't PPAP or anything by Piko Taro) has been a gluttonous little trend called "muk-bang'.

Originated in South Korea a few years ago, muk-bang is a trend where people eat huge amounts of food in front of a camera. While this may seem odd in theory, this combination of eating and webcasting has become super popular with the Korean internet audience. Always keen to try anything that's hip, our very own Andy Trieu decided to dip his hand into the muk-bang craze and he roped a special guest to join him - celebrity chef Adam Liaw!

Armed with an assortment of Korean foods and a camera, Andy and Adam gorge themselves on food. It's not entirely about pigging out though. The duo gave their opinions on the various foods, and Adam also slipped in interesting anecdotes about the origins of certain snacks.

It was all going pretty well - until Andy whipped out a can of silk worms and everything immediately went downhill from there!

Check out Andy and Adam's muk-bang video right here:

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