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Language in society
AbstractMukbang is a Korean livestream where a host eats while interacting with viewers. The eater 'speaks' to the viewers while eating and the viewers 'type' to each other and to the eater through a live chat room. Using interactional sociolinguistics along with insights from conversation analysis (CA) studies, the present study examines how sociable eating is jointly and multimodally achieved in mukbang. Analyzing sixty-seven mukbang clips, I find that mukbang participants coordinate theirdoi:10.1017/s0047404518001355 fatcat:xiczpyj6ozghjhlhw2u3gnas2m