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KajoPicks: 10 Housewife vloggers you might want to follow on YouTube

20 years ago, you would never imagine a common housewife could have millions of followers online by just sharing what she did in her daily life like cooking and cleaning.

But that is the reality we live in today. People on the net are actually interested in watching a stranger doing something that our mothers or grandmothers did on a daily basis.

These housewife vloggers sometimes even scored impressive brand deals while making content at home.

There have been some debates online for examples on Reddit about the safety of producing family vlogs.

Questions are raised especially when parents are sharing too much online about their children with almost no regards for their privacy. For instances showing their children’s names, ages and faces as well as their bedrooms.

What makes these housewife vloggers on this list different from other typical family vlogs is that the focus are on them and their lives as homemakers.

Some of their children are not even in these vlogs and even if they did, their faces are never shown.

With the amount of times that they spent daily running their households, these amazing women naturally have many cooking and cleaning tips as well as recipes to share.

Here are 10 housewife vloggers you might want to follow on Youtube:


Roha is one of many South Korean housewife vloggers who has been sharing their lives online.

Her journey on YouTube started before she was pregnant with her first child. Now her daughter has grown into a toddler.

While it is fun watching her spending her daily life cooking and visiting cute cafes for her 609,000 subscribers, there is one video of hers that is definitely worth watching even if you are not a housewife.

It is a tutorial video on how to care and store your fresh ingredients in the kitchen.

Check out her channel here.


With more than 2.2 million subscribers, Haegreendal sure proved that you can make it big online even while staying at home.

All of her videos were nicely recorded with pretty props and aesthetic vibes.

Unfortunately, her most recently uploaded video was back in February 2022.

Regardless, her old contents especially her recipes are still relevant to this day.

Check out her channel here.


Hamimommy is a housewife in her mid-30s living in Seoul. She is currently taking a leave of absence from work to take care of her child.

During this break of hers, she is producing one of the best homemaking Youtube channels.

She started her channel in August 2019 and since then she has gathered at least 2.26 million subscribers on Youtube.

Her most popular video is a vlog of her daily cleaning routine which has more than 11 million views.

While her cleaning vlogs are so thearaputic to watch and might inspire to do your own cleaning, we also love her cooking meals for her family.

Check out her channel here.


Scrolling through heymayday’s channel and looking at her video titles, viewers can see that she is excited to share her life as a Korean housewife.

From showing her daily life as a Korean housewife, her winter life as a Korean housewife to a Korean housewife’s night routine, we can watch them all on her channel.

However, our favourite ones are videos of her sharing her favourite items that she uses at her home.

While we might not bother to buy them for our own homes such an auto sensor trash can from Xiaomi, still we enjoy watching strangers online using fancy stuffs at their homes.

Check out her channel here.


A housewife that has a passion for crochet is not something rare.

This Youtuber shares not only her daily works as a homemaker but also her hobby crocheting.

Some of her crochet works include bag, indoor shoes and artificial flowers.

Overall, her vlog channel is about living a simple, relatable life as a housewife.

Check out her channel here.


With an impressive audience of 2.09 million subscribers on Youtube to date, Honeyjubu has been making content since December 2019.

Behind the camera lens, she is a simple housewife living in Seoul with her husband, two children and a cute puppy named Lucy.

Apart from sharing her daily life that usually starts from 5 in the morning, she also shares some homemaking tips to her viewers.

These tips include on how to store bulk ingredients and how to cut down on disposables.

Check out her channel here.

7.Housewife Story

Admit it; there is at least on homemaker that you personally know who is obsessed with cleaning.

This South Korean vlogger is definitely one of them.

Looking at the way she cleans, we bet there is no dust at every nook and cranny of her home.

If you are like her who finds pleasure and satisfaction in cleaning, do check out her channel.

Or if you need some inspiration to tidy, watching her clean on Youtube might inspire you.

Check out her channel here.


Speaking of cleanliness, are you the type that love to clean everything up to the point that you microwave your toothbrush?

This is one of many housekeeping tips shared by this housewife vloggers.

How about those icky stains on your grouts? Heo-ssam suggested in one of her videos to rub candle back and forth along the grouts after cleaning them. This will keep the grouts clean for a long time.

Check out her channel here.


What makes this channel different from the rest on the list is because it features two housewife vloggers.

The content of SisLetter is produced by two sisters Yohee and Joy who live on the opposite coasts of the United States.

Yohee who lives on the west coast is the older sister while Joy the younger sister lives on the east coast.

They both shares their daily lives of cooking and cleaning while raising their kids.

Check out their channel here.

10.Leni Mizzle

From South Korea, we are moving to Indonesia for our next homemaker Youtube channel.

Lenni Mizzle is a mother of two who shares her life online that circles around being a mom, homemaking and succulents.

Besides the usual contents of cooking and cleaning her house, she also shares some tips on planting succulents.

Check out their channel here.

KajoPicks: 10 Korean actresses you should subscribe to on YouTube

Today, the world of YouTube is no longer just a place for non-celebrities to be in front of the camera.

Even famous celebrities such as popular Korean actresses are opening up their YouTube channels to connect with their fans.

The advantage of having their own video platform is that they can have creative power on what to show.

They can promote their K-dramas or movies that they are starring in, become their own talk show hosts or just turn into vloggers.

If you are looking for more content to watch on YouTube, here are ten famous South Korean actresses you should subscribe to:

1.Park Min-young

Park Min-young is one of those Korean actresses who focuses mainly on drama series.

She has only one film under her belt, The Cat (2011) which is a horror story about claustrophobia and cats.

For Park’s appearances on the small screen, she is best known for City Hunter (2011), Queen for Seven Days (2017), What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim (2018) and When the Weather is Fine (2020).

She started YouTube channel Just Parkminyoung in June 2020.

Park’s video ‘What’s in my bag?’ has gathered at least 4.4 million views. I guess people are curious what is the content of a celebrity’s bag.

Subscribe to her channel here.

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2.Shin Se-kyung

With 1.24 million subscribers on YouTube, Shin Se-kyung uses her YouTube channel sjkuksee to give fans an insight of her personal life.

Her channel features mainly vlogs of her daily life when she is not acting. Moreover, Shin can be considered as one of those silent vloggers because she sometimes just inserts subtitles instead of talking to the camera directly.

She really shows that Korean actresses, although they are famous, are just normal human beings who cook and walk their dogs.

After her breakthrough in 2019, she has starred in dramas such as The Girl Who Sees Smells (2015), Six Flying Dragons (2015), The Bride of Habaek (2017) and The Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me (2017).

Subscribe to her channel here.

3.Han Ye-seul

She is known for her roles in Couple or Trouble (2006), Birth of a Beauty (2014) and Penny Pinchers (2011).

However, Han Ye-seul last TV role is in controversial drama Big Issue (2019). Two episodes of the drama was broadcast with incomplete editing and visible production notes.

Today, Han seems to focus more on her YouTube channel instead.

She shares to her 818,000 subscribers her diet, recipe, closet and her favourite things.

Watch her channel here.

4.Jung So-min

You might have watched Jung So-min in Playful Kiss (2010), D-Day (2015), My Father is Strange (2017), Because This is My First Life (2017) and The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (2018).

But do you know she has a YouTube channel where she posts vlogs about her personal life?

Her channel ssomday circles around her life activities such as eating out, going to concert, hanging out with her friends and playing with her nephew.

Watch her vlogs here.


As a singer and an actress, IU is making full use of her YouTube platform.

On top of releasing her music videos, IU or Lee Ji-eun uploads vlogs and behind the scene videos on to her channel.

Moreover, she recently started a playlist on her channel called IU’s Palette.

It features videos of IU interviewing famous celebrities namely Gong Yoo, Shinee, Loco and ITZY.

As a singer, IU is famous for her song such as Good Day, Palette which featured G-Dragon from Big Bang and Eight which featured and produced by BTS’s Suga.

Her acting skill is widely recognised through dramas like The Producers (2015), Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016) and Hotel Del Luna (2019).

Subscribe to her channel here.

6.Lee Yuri

Among South Korean actresses, Lee Yuri is widely known for her flexibility to carry both leading and villainous roles in dramas.

She received the nickname ‘Nation’s Villain’ after her role in Jang Bo-ri is Here! (2014).

Then her most recent drama Lie After Lie (2020) is one of the most highest rated dramas in Korean cable television.

Yet, her quirky and fun attitude as one of the cast members in Korean variety show Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant made her gain a whole new fandom.

If you are not familiar with the show, it is the cooking show responsible for discovering the viral Dalgona coffee.

On the show, Lee is known for ‘Queen of Bulk’ or ‘Bulk Queen’ because she always cooks in huge bulks.

In fact, Lee even shows some of the behind scenes videos of the shows on her YouTube channel Leeyuri TV.

And guess what? Lee also sings cover songs on her YouTube channel.

Here is her channel.

7.Oh Yoon-ah

Speaking of Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant, here is another Korean actress who made an impact through the show.
Oh Yoon-ah was featured on the show along with her son Song Min who has autism.

Her life as a single mother raising a child with autism has gained a lot of attention and support from the audience of the show.

The cooking show was also praised because it showcased both the beautiful and ugly sides of raising children with autism.

Oh continues to show glimpses of her life with Song Min through her YouTube channel, Oh YoonaTV.

This is her channel.


Honestly, there are not many K-pop idols who have successfully made their transition from singers to actors.

But Yuri from Girl’s Generation is definitely one of those exceptional ones. Her roles in Fashion King (2012), Gogh, The Starry Night (2016), Innocent Defendant (2017) and Bossam: Steal the Fate (2021) are surely buzz-worthy.

She even invites her leading co-star in Bossam Jung Il-woo to feature in her YouTube channel.

Since both Yuri and Jung love to cook, the video is a cooking battle between the two actors.

Watch the video here.


Here is another member of Girl’s Generation who is a famous actress and YouTuber.

Sooyoung has starred in Man in the Kitchen (2017), Tell Me What You Saw (2020), Run On (2021) and most recently So I Married the Anti-fan (2021),

She named her YouTube channel ‘the sootory’ and it is basically a vlog of her life and behind the scene footage.

Just like Yuri’s channel, you can find other members of Girls’ Generation in Sooyoung’s vlogs too.

Here is her vlog


K-pop singer Hyeri is best known for her leading role in drama Reply 1988 (2015) which was the highest-rated drama in Korean cable television history.

On her YouTube channel, she is just any other women in 20s who goes to work and hangs out with her friends.

However unlike other vloggers who film about their daily lives, Hyeri’s best friend is Rose from the famous girl group Blackpink.

Hence, it is no surprise the vlog of Hyeri having a dinner date with Rose has at least 7.9 million views to date.

Here comes the most interesting part; it is believed due to Blackpink’s company policy, the vlog does not even features Rose’s face and only her voice.

Watch the vlog here.

#KajoPicks: 3 C-drama romances featuring traditional Chinese art to watch

Chinese art is arguably the oldest continuous tradition in the world dating back to 10,000 BC.

The earliest form of Chinese art discovered may have only been simple pottery and sculptures, but since then, the Chinese have developed and introduced to the world their iconic paintings, sculptures, ceramics and chinoiserie.

Even to this day, China continuously introduces to the wider audience their traditional Chinese art.

One of the most subtle but effective ways taken to promote traditional Chinese art has been through Chinese dramas.

It is reported that China produces more television dramas than any other country.

So how do these television dramas raise awareness on their culture? Easy, one or both of the main characters usually happens to be the prodigy or master of some kind of traditional Chinese art.

While watching these characters falling in or out of love through the story, viewers receive ‘unplanned’ lessons on Chinese art.

So imagine a Malay drama telling the story of how a sape player falls in love with a songket weaver. Isn’t that an infectious way to indirectly promote Malaysian culture?

If you are a fan of traditional Chinese art and romance dramas, here are three C-dramas you should watch:

1.Sunshine of My Life (2021)

Watch this drama on Kukan Drama Youtube Channel

Have you heard of Suzhou embroidery? With a history spanning over 2000 years, it is one of the oldest embroidery techniques in the world and was designated an Intangible Cultural Heritage by Unesco in 2006.

In the drama Sunshine of My Life (2021), Tang Fei (Xu Lu) is a lively woman with a passion for Suzhou embroidery.

During a fashion show, she comes across Tang Ming Xuan (Zhang Han), the general manager Ming Yuan Fashion Group.

Unlike Tang Fei, Ming Xuan sees traditional embroidery as just a business venture.

When their paths collide, Ming Xuan begins to see the importance of traditional art like Suzhou embroidery.

In one scene, Tang Fei explains hand embroidery is a way that gives ‘warmth’ to fabric and is something that can never be replicated by a machine.

The drama also shows that with the support of big corporations who can provide huge funding, it is easier for traditional craft to survive.

2.Because of You (2017)

Speaking of embroidery, here is a romance drama set in an embroidery shop.

Guo Guo (Sun Yi), the real granddaughter of a master embroiderer. She loses her memory after a car accident as a child but was saved by the driver who then raised her in a wonton shop.

As she grows up, Guo Guo’s talent in embroidery begins to reveal itself.

The production team really shows off how much research they put into the drama.

It showcases the various technique of traditional Chinese embroidery including the double-sided embroidery, feather embroidery and golden thread embroidery.

Most people do not know that this Chinese drama is actually based on Korean drama Jang Bong-ri is Here! (2014).

Instead of embroidery, the Korean drama focuses on hanbok or Korean traditional dress making. It highlights the traditional way of making hanbok; from hand-dyeing to hand-sewing every piece.

3.Mountains and Ocean (2019)

Watch this drama on Youtube

Restoring ancient painting requires a lot of effort and intricate work and this Chinese drama really shows that.

Xia Rui Ning (Zhuang Da Fei) is a student at the Cultural Institute of Xiling University who is passionate about ancient Chinese art.

It has been her dream to make a full-time career out of ancient painting.

During her art history class, Rui Ning encounters Ye Lin (Huang Sheng Chi) and Ye Miao (Fan Zhi Xin).

These two brothers have ancient scrolls, painting and artifacts that have been passed down for generations.

With Shen Zhen, the daughter of Rui Ning’s former nanny, the four of them are assigned to restore ancient painting that they accidentally found.

In between sessions restoring an ancient painting, romance and feelings begin to blossom and entangle the four of them.

KajoPicks: 5 Japanese silent vloggers you should watch on YouTube

If you are not familiar with silent vloggers, they are the ones who do not talk to the camera but communicate via subtitles.

They film themselves doing their normal daily activities such as cooking and cleaning.

Over the years, many silent vloggers have started to pop up on YouTube especially from South Korea and Japan.

While these Japanese silent vlogs are equally aesthetic and calming to watch like the Korean silent vlogs, there is one small difference.

The Japanese silent vlogs circle mainly around the life of salarywomen.

In Japan, a salaryman refers to a salaried Japanese white-collar worker who shows immense loyalty and commitment to the corporation where he works.

They are expected to work long hours and participate in after-work leisure activities such as drinking and singing karaoke.

Typically, these workers enter a company after college graduation and remain with the same company for the rest of their careers.

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So here are five Japanese silent vloggers you should watch on YouTube:

1.Rhea Y.

This YouTube vlogger is not a Japanese citizen, but a Filipino who is now living in Japan.

She starts her video from vlogging her life living alone, to living with her husband and now being a housewife.

Her most popular video is ‘Day in the life of Salary Woman in Japan/Winter Time’.

This 22 minute and 28 second long video has 2.6 million views to date.

Besides her main channel, Rhea also runs another YouTube channel called RareRoom. In this channel, she shares her life managing her small online business, packing crafting and more.

Meanwhile, her husband just started his own YouTube channel James P. which features cooking videos.

Watch her video here.

2.Nami’s Life

Nami describes herself as just an office lady who lives alone in Tokyo without special skills or interesting hobbies.

Still, she managed to gather a massive 348,000 subscribers on her channel with 36 millions views to date.

Her silent vlogs circle around how she spends her time at home, everyday routine and how she spends her weekends.

10 years ago, we bet no one would ever thought that filming yourself living on your own would make you famous across the internet.

And the best part is, no one would recognise you on the street because you do not film your face.


Most of these silent vloggers might be amateur videographer but they are undeniably talented.

They have the knowledge of composition and storytelling when comes to producing a video.
Hence, it is not a surprise for Japanese silent vlogger such as Miku who already gathered 228,000 subscribers although she just started her YouTube channel in February 2020.

Imagine this; 3.7 million viewers have watched Miku’s 5-minute video of her morning routine.

Yes, 3.7 million people watched her putting her skincare and make up, eating cereal and packing her handbag for work.

Watch her video here.


Choki and Korean silent vlogger Nyangsoop seem to have a lot of similarities. Both have more than 600,000 subscribers on their channels.

Plus, they both divide their videos into playlist according to the four seasons; summer, winter, autumn and spring.

On top of that, Choki and Nyangsoop’s videos have them both cooking just like how you imagine a fairy tale character would cook; very calming to watch with a pet cat lounging around.

Lastly, the two vloggers seem to be the masters of hyge living and meditative type of videos.

For Choki, she shares many of her own recipes such as cinnamon rolls and Japanese milk bread.


Last but not least, we have a Japanese silent vlogger who is also a mother on this list.

Snow shares what a mother would usually do such as cooking, doing chores and cleaning except that she has thousands of viewers watching her.

Apart from showing her routine, this YouTuber also shares her cleaning tips and recipes.

Watch her video here.

10 YouTube channels if you love Korean street food

Along with K-pop and K-dramas, South Korean food has garnered a huge following over the years.

While it has become a matter of course today to find South Korean food outside of South Korea, in its country of origin, you typically find street food at bunsikjap (snack bars), pojangmacha (street stalls) and traditional markets.

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If you are looking for gastronomic adventure for your eyes only, here are 10 channels focusing on Korean street food to subscribe to on YouTube:


Almost all the Korean street food YouTube channels are just videos of food vendors preparing ingredients and cooking.

There are usually no captions or explanations of what is going on or notes on their recipes as they focus more on the ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response – it’s a thing) of the whole process.

In a world of information overload though, ASMR videos of Korean street food being prepared have garnered millions of views.

ETTV for instance, has at least 1.33 million subscribers.

Meanwhile, the channel’s most popular video has 28 million views.

The 4-minute and 33-second long video shows how a street vendor makes cheese egg bread.

It is a popular Korean street food gyeran bbang but with cheese on top.

ETTV also features other street foods such as Indian, Taiwanese and Thailand.

Watch the channel here.

2.MUKKEBI Street Food

It has been awhile since MUKKEBI Street Food last updated its channel but its ‘old’ content is still worth-watching.

With 286,000 subscribers, the channel features Korean street food such as sundae.

Sundae is a popular street food in both North and South Korea. For those who don’t know, sundae is actually blood sausage.

It is generally made of a mixture of meat, dangmyeon (glass noodles) and vegetables stuffed into steamed cow or pig’s intestines.

On top of that, MUKKEBI Street Food has a playlist featuring Malaysian food.

Here you can find Malaysian street food such as roti John, fried oyster omelette and good old Ramly burger.

Watch the channel here.


Yummyboy joined YouTube on Dec 8, 2018 and now has collected 3.21 millions subscribers.

It’s most popular video, however, is a video of a Thai street vendor in Chiang Mai expertly stripping a coconut with a machete and opening it. So far that video has garnered 57 million views.

Meanwhile, the Korean street food videos are divided into different playlist according to their respective locations.

Altogether, there are at least 751 videos focusing on Korean street food alone.

Watch the channel here.

4.Soon Films

Claiming to be a food channel that introduces delicious street food, Soon Films now has 651,000 subscribers.

Apart from South Korea, Soon Films feature street food from Vietnam, Thailand, Japan, Malaysia and Taiwan.

For strawberry lovers, the channel has a whole playlist dedicated to street food made of strawberries.

Its most popular video shows how a chocolatier skillfully makes and packs chocolates in Bucheon, South Korea.

This video alone has 28 million viewers watching it.

Watch the channel here.


This YouTube channel has food making videos from the streets of Jeolla, Busan, Daejoon, Gangwon, Gyeonggi and Incheon.

Besides, FoodieLand has the affinity to feature cheap street food and old lady vendors on its channel.

While the channel has just started making videos in 2020, the content looks promising.

Overall, it already gathered 153 million views.

Watch the channel here.


Tteokbokki is a popular Korean street food made from rice cakes cooked with fish cakes, scallions and boiled eggs.

The most common seasoning is with spicy gochujang.

On the channel YumYum, there are plenty of videos featuring vendors cooking tteokbokki.

It even shows viewers the best teteokbokki shops in Seoul, Busan and Daegu cities to visit.

Apart from tteokbokki, YumYum’s other playlist of videos making toast, sundae, seafood and dessert.

Watch the channel here.


With 471,000 subscribers, this Korean street food channel has already 141 million views since its inception in November, 2019.

It offers various types of ‘How do they make it’ videos, from trendy food like souffle pancake to the classic kimbap.

Similar to other YouTubers on this list, YummyYammy divides its videos according to location.

Hence, making it easy for viewers who are looking for what to eat in a particular city or province in South Korea.

Watch the channel here.

8.Food Kingdom

Besides showcasing how Korean street food is made, the Food Kingdom channel offers its 1.06 million subscribers what goes on behind the scenes in food factories.

How about a glimpse of the world’s largest handmade candy factory in Jeju island?

Or a Korean confectionery that mass produces desserts such as cream cakes, Swiss rolls and macaroons?

If you are fascinated with how food is made, this is definitely a channel for you.

Watch the channel here.


It is all about size and quantity for this Korean street food channel; the more the better.

FoodStory offers video content of people making food in huge quantities or larger than life utensils.

Have you seen a griddle the size of a pool table? Or 1000kg of strawberries made into cakes?

You can watch these videos on FoodStory.

Watch the channel here.

10.Healing Boy

Here is another Korean YouTuber who is rather new but has already gathered 4.2 million views in total.

His most viewed video already hitting 700,000 views and it features another famous Korean street food.

The video shows how pig feet are made and cooked before they reach its customers.

Watch the channel here.

How does watching ‘gongbang’ or people studying online help you?

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Are you having a hard time studying at home during this Covid-19 pandemic? Have you tried everything that you could to concentrate and be productive that even listening to music doesn’t help anymore?

There are many ways to stay concentrated and motivated while studying alone. One of the least heard of ways is by putting a ‘gongbang’ video on play when you study.

What is ‘gongbang’?

Originating from South Korea, ‘gongbang’ literally translates to ‘study broadcast’.

It sees students filming themselves studying and livestreaming it. Some ‘gongbang’ are prerecorded with soothing music inserted in the background.

It is not sure when or who started the trend. ‘Gongbang’ started to make headlines sometime in 2018 with more and more people livestreaming videos of themselves studying on YouTube.

Those who filmed these videos claimed that it helps them to stay concentrated because the camera is rolling and there are people watching them.

Imagine having your teacher or parents watching over you to make sure you study… now replace those eyes with unknown strangers online.

How does watching gongbang videos or people study on YouTube help you in your own studies?

A Korean silent vlogger Suzlnne who is known for her gongbang revealed in a video how to use her ‘study-with-me’ clips.

First of all, you need to choose a video length depending on how long you are planning to study.

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So let’s say that you are planning to study for half an hour, then pick a video with about the same length.

The first rule is that you have to concentrate the whole length of the video. Another rule is no phones allowed (unless you are watching the video using your phone, put it aside).

There are different kinds of ‘gongbang’ to choose from on YouTube.

Do you want one with background music or without one? How about the sound of a pen or pencil scribbling? Or one with the sounds of rain in the background.

If you are watching the live stream version of ‘gongbang’, then you and the broadcasters are studying at the same time even though you might be thousand of miles apart. Those who have competitive streak in them might feel challenged watching somebody else studying hard somewhere else in the world.

Consider these ‘gongbang’ vloggers as your study buddy who do not know of your existence. Stay focused in your studies while they concentrate in theirs.

Who are the trendy broadcasters these days?

Speaking of Suzlnne, her YouTube channel has around 497,000 subscribers.

Most of her videos are silent vlogs of her life as a college student in South Korea. As for her ‘gongbang’ videos, she has categorised them into different playlists such as with music, at the library (which has the background sound of a library), at a cafe (which has the background sound of a cafe) and the sound of her pencil writing notes.

Another YouTube channel with the username Hyobee live-streamed her studying up to six hours at a time. Her broadcast hour usually takes place between 9pm to 2am. Honestly, she really needs all that studying because she is actually a medical student.

Nowadays, the trend ‘Gongbang’ is also being caught up by non-Koreans. Instead of ‘gongbang’, they call it Study with Me videos.

A law student from University of Cordoba, Spain started her YouTube channel Estudiar Derecho last Apr 29, 2020.

Since then, she has already gathered 60,000 subscribers. All her videos are just views of her desk while she studies without showing her face.

Don’t find watching ‘gongbang’ motivating enough? How about filming yourself studying instead? Who knows, you might earn thousands of subscribers on YouTube just by studying.

KajoPicks: 12 Korean silent vloggers you should subscribe to on YouTube

Raise your hand if you love watching vlogs but cannot stand loud vloggers.

As much as it is interesting to watch strangers living their normal lives, some vloggers out there really go all out with the TMI (Too Much Information).

Besides showing their daily activities, they talk about their ex-boyfriends, sex lives and family issues. For some, it may be cathartic or even therapeutic to hear that other people are having the same, or even more, problems than you.

Then we have the silent vloggers. Unlike other vloggers who unload their lives in front of the camera, these vloggers remain silent.

They do not talk to the camera but communicate with their audience through subtitles.

The country which offers so many silent vloggers on YouTube is none other than South Korea.

Most of these Korean silent vloggers are freelancers, stay-at-home mums and college students.

They document their lives doing normal activities such as grocery shopping, cooking and going to class.

At the same time, they promote slow living and minimalist lifestyle.

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Most of these Korean silent vloggers have similar concept of living in a minimalist home.

If you are looking into a change of scenery on your YouTube channel subscription, here are 12 South Korean silent vloggers you should watch:


Sueddu is a freelance videographer and writer. Expect nothing but aesthetic vlogs from her.

The cinematography and colour tone that she uses are a whole other level from most vlogs.

Living alone with her pet dog Bebe, she enjoys cooking and painting.

With 772,000 subscribers, Sueddu is one of the most followed Korean silent vloggers on YouTube.


This YouTuber is one of many Korean silent vloggers who proves that being a stay-at-home mom doesn’t have to be boring.

She spends her time doing the usual household chores like any other stay-at-home mom, except she does it in front a camera.

This housewife, who is in her 30s, is taking leave of absence from work to take care of her 4-year-old son.

Besides showing her 378,000 subscribers how she cleans, gardens and organises, Hamimommy also share useful tips on living a zero waste life.


Before her career as a vlogger, this fashion design graduate worked as a designer.

Now, she juggles between running a bedding brand, producing videos and writing.

Her videos are mainly about her daily activity, minimalist lifestyle and recipes.


We bet that when you were a campus student, the last thing you would thought is to have 1 million people watching you living your normal life.

Most of her videos are of her preparing meal in between her classes.

This business administration student started her Youtube channel with cafe vlogs when she was working as a part-timer.

Now, her channel has grown to have 1.18 million subscribers.

Jihyunkkung is signed under CJ&EM DIA TV, a company in-charge online content creators.


Here is another Korean vlogger who is a college student. With 480,000 subscribers, Suzlnne started her channel with Gongbang. It is where people broadcast themselves studying in almost total silence.

During this Covid-19 pandemic, she shows how she goes through her daily life as a university student.

Her days mostly circle around cooking, eating, doing assignments and attending online lectures during the South Korea lockdown.


The most popular video of this Korean silent vlogger has 7.7 million views. Interestingly, it is a video about her trying 11 different egg dishes she has tried for the first time.

The second most viewed video is a video entitled “Vlog that makes you want to clean” and it has 4.5 million views.

She spices up her life as a stay-at-home mum by filming aesthetic videos of her cooking and doing chores.


Eyol proves that one can be funny even without uttering a single word as she is cute and hilarious in her subtitles.

Like many South Korean silent vloggers, her vlogs are ‘food diary’ entries, what she eats in a day.

Her most popular video is of her going to a BTS concert with 2.9 million views. That particular video really attracts other BTS’ fans out there.

Other than that, her 265,000 subscribers just enjoy her daily vlogs as a university student.


Most of these Korean silent vloggers rely on their foreign subscribers to help in the translation of their subtitles.

While it is a good thing since it is a free service, but an error in translation can go very wrong.In one of Nebom’s video which supposed to be about ‘Delicious food with boyfriend’ was translated as ‘delicious boyfriend’.

Anyway, who are we to say if her boyfriend is delicious or not. Nonetheless, the wrong translation on the video’s title turned out to be a good thing for her as it gathered 1.4 million views.

Her daily vlogs circle around her cooking at delicious-looking food at home and enjoying them at the end of her videos.

By doing that alone, she has gathered 221,000 subscribers with a total of 11,947,287 views since May 3, 2018.


Are you curious about the life of a cafe owner when she is not in her cafe? Hyonyeo give her 157,000 subscribers a glimpse of her daily life working in cafe and her off days through her Youtube channel.

From learning how to play the piano to a play session with her cat, Hyonyeo seems to live a fairy tale life.

Plus, her apron collection which is part of her working attire is just too adorable.


Here is another aesthetic silent vlog channel with soothing background music for you to subscribe.

Cardsu lives with her husband and two sons (one of them is away for college). The former interior designer promotes minimalist lifestyle through her vlogs.

She also shares recipes, interior designing tips and her life with minimal waste as possible.


With only 28 videos, Seungahne has already gathered 269,000 subscribers.

Similar to other Korean silent vloggers, she focuses on home-cooking videos and decorating her room.

Her most popular video is about her making over her home for winter with 1.7 million views.

12.With Anna

This YouTube is perhaps the most popular figure on this list. She is not exactly a South Korean but of Swiss nationality. Her children Na-eun, Gun-hoo and Jin-woo are perhaps among the most famous toddlers in South Korea.

Anna is the wife of professional footballer Park Joo-hoo. Joo-hoo and his children are the cast of The Return of Superman, a variety show about celebrity fathers spending times with their children.

She just started her YouTube channel last Sept 19, 2020 but her content already looks promising.

Anyway, do not forget to subscribe To KajoMag’s YouTube channel for our silent vlogs.

KajoPicks: 5 variety shows you must watch on KBS World

KBS World is a South Korean channel operated by Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) aimed at international audiences.

It is available in 117 countries including US, European countries and most Asian countries such as China, Japan as well as Malaysia.

Viewers can also watch KBS World through its Youtube channel.

Every Korean broadcasting company has its own distinct style when it comes to their drama production. For example, OCN is known for its thriller and crime drama.

Meanwhile, viewers can expect heartwarming stories circling on family and love from KBS World.

Even their variety shows manage to combine both humour and life lessons while entertaining the audience.

Here are KajoMag’s top five favourite variety shows you must watch on KBS World:

1.Boss in the Mirror

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Watch how Boss Yang Chi-seung coping with his business due to Covid-19 here.

This variety show focuses on Korean celebrity bosses going through self-examinations to create better working environment for their employees.

Every episode features inspiring bosses, all of whom have their own flaws.

Meanwhile, each company featured on this show has different kinds of working environments. Moreover, it is interesting to watch the interaction between the bosses and their employees

During this digital age, for instance, business owners should know how to re-strategise their business in order to survive.

Born in 1956, Korean designer and hanbok store owner Park Sul-nyeo is a strong believer in the power of social media.

She even teaches one of her younger employees how to write an Instagram caption and use hashtags to promote her business.

Another inspiring boss on the show is Jini, a Korean Youtuber who has at least 2.35 million subscribers on her channel.

She runs a startup company to handle her Youtube channels.

2.Battle Trip

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Watch this episode of Battle Trip at Kota Kinabalu here.

Even if you are not able to travel, it is always fun to watch a travel show.

Battle Trip is known to be helpful for travellers, giving useful tips on food to eat and things to do.

Viewers can easily get a rough idea of what to plan for their itinerary as well as budget.

Apart from that, viewers can take note of what to watch out for if you are planning to go to the same destinations.

If you are watching KBS World on Youtube, the channel now features snippets of Battle Trip’s episode focusing only on their eating sessions.

3.Star’s Top Fun-Staurant

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This is the moment when dalgona coffee was made famous

If you have ever heard or tried the internet-famous dalgona coffee, you have to thank this show called Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant.

In one of the episodes, actor Jung Il-woo went to Macau and had its local coffee. He gave it the nickname dalgona for its resemblance to the traditional Korean sponge candy of the same name. Since then, the internet has gone wild, making it the most famous beverage in 2020.

The outline of this show is to have celebrities competing to make new products for the convenience stores.

In South Korea, the convenience stores are more than just a place for you to grab things. It is also a place to have a proper meal.

Patrons can buy these frozen meals and pop them in the microwave oven then enjoy their meal right there at the convenience store.

The aim of this show is to promote Korean agricultural produce such as wheat, pork or chicken.

In every round of the competition, the celebrities have to create a recipe using the designated agricultural produce.

Before that, these celebrities will go on food hunts not only around South Korea but sometimes other countries such as Thailand, Vietnam and Macau where Il-woo had his dalgona coffee.

One of the celebrities Lee Kyung-kyu had a bowl of Sarawak laksa in Taiwan and did not like it.

If the celebrity won, his or her recipe will be produced into a frozen or instant food made available in all the convenience stores in South Korea.

The best part is that the profits are given to help undernourished children.

Besides watching these celebrities having ups and down in creating their recipes, it is also helpful to take note of the places they eat at in the shows.

4.The Return of The Superman

What happens when fathers are left to care for their kids alone for 48 hours without any help while wives get to have some time off?

This show showcases multiple celebrity dads spending alone time with their children when their mothers are not around.

As you can expect, the first part of the show usually shows the wife leaving home before the 48 hours begin and ends at the 48-hour mark.

During this time, the fathers and their children sometimes caery out a task left by their wives.

Sometimes, they just explore new activities with their kids.

What makes this show amazing is how well-behaved these children can be. Professional football player Park Joo-ho’s five-year-old daughter Na-eun for instance knows how to take care of her younger brother three-year-old son Geon-hoo. She even knows how to prepare a simple breakfast for her brother.

The Park family is currently on hiatus from the show right now due to the birth of Na-eun and Geon-hoo’s younger sibling. We will miss watching Nae-eun speaking fluently in four languages (Korean, English, German and Spanish) on the show.

Nonetheless, other children especially Gary’s son Haoh and Moon Hee-jun’s daughter JamJam are so cute to watch.

5.2 Days 1 Night

The Burning Sun Scandal really marred the Korean entertainment industry like never before.

The 2019 entertainment and sex scandal which involved K-pop idols and even police officials started with a prominent nightclub in Seoul, Burning Sun. It was later investigated for prostitution, drug trafficking and police corruption.

From there, the scandal erupted to allegations of rape and spy cam. Singer and entertainer Jung Joon-young confessed to secretly filming having sex with women and sharing the videos in a chatroom.

Following the scandal, Joon-young announced his resignation from the entertainment industry, quitting all the shows which he starred in.

The production team of 2 Days & 1 Night also announced that Joon-young was permanently removed from the show.

This move resulted in KBS halting all production and broadcast of 2 Days & 1 Night. The chatroom also exposed another two members of the show Cha Tae-hyun and Kim Jun-ho’s involvement in illegal gambling. With this, the third season of 2 Days & 1 Night ended abruptly.

Thankfully, the fourth season of the show returned in December 8, 2019 with only one original cast member, Kim Jong-min.

Together with Yeon Jung-hoon, Moon Se-yeon, Kim Seon-ho, DinDin and Ravi, the new members give a breath of fresh air to the show.

Most of them are relatively new in variety shows. It is fun to see these actors Kim Seon-ho and Yeon Jung-hoon as well as K-pop idol Ravi shedding their public images and let loose on the show.

The concept of the show is to recommend various places of interest that viewers can visit in South Korea. Along this trip, the members of the show would play games and compete against each other.

10 ingredients to spice up your baked chicken breast

If you are looking for a quick, delicious and less guilty source of protein to make for your dinner, look no further than baked chicken breast.

Chicken breast is a great source of lean protein. It is perfect for those who are looking to build their muscle mass since it contains low fat.

Additionally, it is easy to cook, especially if you buy it skinless and boneless from the supermarket.

You can reduce the oil in your cooking by making baked chicken breast with simple seasoning such as salt, pepper and olive oil.

But what if you get bored with your own cooking, especially if you are not even close to Gordan Ramsay’s skills?

Here are 10 ingredients to put some varieties in your usual baked chicken breast:

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How do you like your baked chicken breast? Credits: Pixabay

1.Pesto sauce

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Pesto sauce

Do you know that pesto is the past participle of the verb ‘pesta’ which means ‘to pound’ or ‘to crush’ in the Genoese dialect in northern Italy?

This term refers to the original method of making a pesto whereby the ingredients are crushed or ground in a mortar.

Traditionally, it consists of garlic, European pine nuts, coarse salt, basil leaves, hard cheese such as Parmesan cheese and blended with olive oil.

While it is commonly used on pasta, pesto is also good with baked chicken breasts.

There are plenty of cooking blogs publishing 2-ingredient or 4-ingredient pesto chicken recipes.

Basically, these recipes are all the same. It is made with skinless and boneless chicken breast fillets covered with pesto sauce as well as salt and pepper to taste.

The dish is then baked in the oven for at least 30 minutes.

Meanwhile, Tasty of Buzzfeed upgrades their version of pesto chicken by topping them with tomatoes and mozzarella cheese.

2.Barbecue sauce

Besides pesto sauce, you can also make baked chicken breast with barbecue sauce.

Just cover your chicken with your favourite BBQ sauce along with a little salt, pepper and oil then oven-bake it.

However, if you want to grill the chicken, do not brush it with barbecue sauce. Instead, grill the chicken on greased grill over medium heat for seven to eight minutes on each side. Then turn and brush the chicken on both side with the sauce for the last few minutes.

Check out this recipe!

3.Teriyaki sauce

The four main components of a teriyaki sauce are soy sauce, sake or mirin, sugar and ginger.

To use it for you cooking, soak the meat, vegetables, fish or tofu for at least half an hour before cooking.

If you want to make baked chicken breast in teriyaki sauce, you can start by arranging your chicken breasts on a lightly greased baking dish.

Cover your chicken with teriyaki sauce before covering the baking dish with foil. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes in a preheated or until the chicken is cooked.

Once it is cooked, do not waste any excess liquid. Drain the pan and pour the remaining teriyaki sauce over the chicken before serving.


Have you ever wondered why there are different colours of mustard out there?

This condiment is basically made from the seeds of a mustard plant. Then, these seeds are either ground, cracked or bruised before mixing them with water, vinegar, lemon juice and salts.

The colour ranges from bright yellow to dark brown depending on the added flavourings or spices such as turmeric or green juice of unripe grapes.

The most common ingredient that goes along with mustard when preparing baked chicken breast is honey.

Other common ingredients are olive oil, apple cider vinegar and of course salt and pepper to taste.

Since there are many types of mustard out there from dijon mustard to French mustard, you can always try which type suits your taste the best.


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Speaking of honey, a honey garlic baked chicken breast is another common dish. The marinade is made by whisking together soy sauce, honey, garlic, lime juice, Sriracha, sesame oil and cornstarch.

If you are not a fan of garlic, The Spruce Eats has a recipe for honey baked chicken breast.

The ingredients are honey, brown sugar, red wine, light soy sauce, flour, salt, dried leaf thyme, paprika, ground black pepper, butter and canola oil.

6.Italian dressing

If you have a bottle of Italian dressing in your fridge, you can opt not to just use it on your salad but also to marinate your chicken breast too.

Commonly found in American and Canadian cuisine, Italian dressing is a vinaigrette-type consisting of water, vinegar or lemon juice, vegetable oil, chopped bell peppers, usually sugar or corn syrup.

The best part of making baked chicken breast using this ingredient is that you do not need any other ingredient – not even salt and pepper.

All Recipes came up with a recipe by combining six skinless, boneless chicken breast with one bottle of Italian-style salad dressing.

Seal them in a zip lock bag and place it in the refrigerator for one hour, or even overnight.

Then bake the chicken in an oven for at least one hour.

You can check out the recipe here.


To make yogurt baked chicken breast, you need at least two other ingredients; garlic and panko bread crumbs.

Firstly, marinate your chicken with plain yogurt, crushed garlic for one to six hours.

Then transfer the chicken to a baking pan. Sprinkle the bread crumbs over the chicken before baking.

If you need that extra taste of herbs, add in thyme in your yogurt mixture.


If you are not familiar with gochujang, it is basically Korean red chilli paste. It is a fermented condiment made from chilli powder, glutinous rice, fermented soybean powder, barley malt powder and salt.

Gochujang is an essential ingredient in making Korean cuisine such as Korean braised chicken.

Korean food blogger Jin Joo from Kimchimari reinvented Korean spicy chicken by oven baking them.

The key step in making this recipe is to make gochujang marinade. She combines chopped garlic, grated ginger, soy sauce, rice wine, sugar, sesame oil, Korean red chilli pepper, black pepper and not forgetting gochujang.

Then she marinates the chicken breasts overnight in the fridge.

Finally, she bakes the breasts in the oven for 17 to 18 minutes. Jin Joo also suggests broiling the chicken for one extra minute to caramelise it.

9.Alfredo sauce

If you have Alfredo sauce laying around the house, you can use it to bake your chicken breast. Or you can make one from scratch if you don’t have one.

Add cream and butter to a saucepan over medium heat and bring it to simmer. Then whisk in the garlic and simmer for 30 seconds.

Turn off the heat and whisk in the Parmesan cheese, salt and pepper. To make the sauce smooth and creamy, continue to whisk it until the cheese has fully melted.

As for your baked chicken breast with Alfredo sauce, spread a layer of the sauce on the baking dish. Place the chicken breast over sauce before season the meat with salt and pepper.

Add some chopped broccoli over the chicken. Before the chicken make it to the oven, pour the remaining sauce over the chicken and broccoli.

You can top it with Parmesan cheese if you want to. Finally, bake it for 40 minutes.

10.Balsamic vinegar

Here is another ingredient from Italy that makes the list. Balsamic vinegar is a very dark, intensely flavoured vinegar, made wholly or partially from grape must.

It is used sparingly to enhance the flavour of steaks, eggs or fish.

Make a marinade using balsamic vinegar, then you can make another version baked chicken breast.

Mix together balsamic vinegar, olive oil and other flavouring such as salt, black pepper and garlic to make the marinade.

Remember, you can always tenderise your chicken breast before baking using a meat mallet or rolling pin. Check out baked balsamic chicken recipe here.

20 videos you should watch on Youtube about Covid-19

During this coronavirus pandemic, fake news and conspiracy theories are also spreading like wildfire alongside the Covid-19 virus.

In an effort to combat fake news, Facebook launched a coronavirus and Covid-19 information hub to provide a central resource for people to get the latest news and information.

Designed to offer reliable official information about the pandemic, the new hub will appear at the top of a user’s News Feed.

Meanwhile, Twitter is removing tweets that are spreading dangerous misinformation about Covid-19. This was after many complained that its policies on misinformation were too lax.

Instead of those unverified news from the social medias and WhatsApp, get yourself educated through proper channels.

If you prefer visual explanation, here are 20 videos you should watch on YouTube about Covid-19:

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1.The Lockdown: One Month in Wuhan

At 10am on Jan 23, 2020, Wuhan went into lockdown. This was a crucial step to stop a deadly virus from spreading further across the nation.

This documentary by China Global Television Network (CGTN) focuses on the medical personnel, volunteers, deliverymen and community service workers in Wuhan.

It is inspiring to see the frontliners keep their spirits up while working tirelessly against Covid-19.

Additionally, the documentary also follows lives of those under quarantine. For example, when one of the patients under investigation is a Muslim, how did the Chinese authority take care of his meals?

Instead of focusing on the illness, The Lockdown: One Month in Wuhan showcases the human stories of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Watch the video here.

2.Coronavirus in China

Here, DW Documentary brings you life during lockdown in the Chinese capital of Beijing.

The video follows journalist Sebastian Le Belzic who works in Beijing who has been living in quarantine at home with his family.

It gives you a glimpse of life in Beijing going to the mall, the supermarket, boarding the subway during lockdown.

Besides this, the documentary also showcases how China’s communist history helped in maintaining order during this period of time.

Just like any other country, the Chinese government continued to spring up new rules almost on a daily basis for the safety and convenience of its people.

For example, every store that sells face masks sells them in daily ration. They are not allowed to sell more than certain amount of face masks in one day.

Watch the video here.

3.Big Story: Epicenter- 24 hours in Wuhan

This is another documentary brought by CGTN. It is a human interest story of how the frontliners works against Covid-19 pandemic.

They visit the houses of patients infected by the virus and disinfect them. Besides this, they offer to buy groceries for the patients’ families, especially the elderly. They also give out pamphlets about the virus to the families.

While many younger generations are able to rely on technology for information, there are those – especially the elders – who do not have access to internet.

Giving out pamphlets with emergency contacts in a smart and crucial ideas to keep them informed; something that is applicable to other countries as well.

Watch the video here.

4.Coronavirus: How the deadly epidemic sparked a global emergency

In interviews filmed on smartphones, Chinese activists and Australian trapped in the lockdown explain what they are going through in China.

The documentary charts how the outbreak occurred and investigates whether a cover-up by Chinese authorities allowed the virus to spread.

It also shows how the medical field in China is coping with the virus.

Watch the video here.

5.Journalist goes undercover at “wet markets”, where the Coronavirus started

60 Minutes Australia in this video interviews Professor Gabriel Leung, who led the fight against the SARS virus.

Prof Leung believes that 60% of the world’s population could become infected with COVID-19.

Moreover, he predicts that up to 45 million people might die from it.

The video also follows Liam Bartlett who travels to Hong Kong and Thailand to find out the likely cause of the disease as well as the latest ongoing efforts to combat it.

Watch the video here.

6.COVID-19: Tracing the First Month of the Novel Coronavirus

Learn about what happened the first month after the Covid-19 outbreak.

The interviews featured in the documentary including a nurse, a Wuhan native and an infectious diseases specialist.

It also explains how having exotic food could lead to exposure new viruses from the wild.

Watch the video here.

7.Coronavirus: Inside Italy’s Covid-19 Lockdown

Reporter Emma Alberici taps into her network of family and friends in Italy to tell stories behind the lockdown for this special report.

The video follows how a young family live their lives in lockdown, how those who still work in essential services and how a young girl does school from home.

It also follows the head surgeon at one of the city’s major hospitals has contracted the Coronovirus from one of his patients. In this video, he shows his life under isolation and how he is being treated for the infection.

Watch the video here.

8.Covid-19/Coronavirus: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Diagnostics

If you are willing to sit through a science class, watch this video by Ninja Nerd Science.

Learn about the origin and zoonosis of the virus, the routes of transmission, epidemiology, pathophysiology and diagnostic tests used to identify Covid-19.

Basically, the Ninja Nerd Science compiles the most up to date and recent data on the virus (as of Mar 15, 2020) and present them in this video.

As new information and research is published, the channel continues to provide the latest updates and all the recent data about the new coronavirus.

Watch the video here.

9.Covid-19: Your questions about coronavirus, answered

If you have questions about Covid-19 especially on how it will affect the economy, this is the video for you.

Some of the questions are will Covid-19 trigger a financial crisis or is that an overreaction, which industries will be affected the most, how will low-income countries be affected.

The panelists in the video also discuss will some leaders try to use the pandemic to cement their grip on power and why do mortality rates differ from country to country.

Of course, some of you might want to know when will the crisis reach its peak and how long will we need to wait for the vaccine.

Watch the video here.

10.How wildlife trade is linked to coronavirus

This video not only explains how the new coronavirus is linked to wildlife trade but also why the disease first appeared in China.

One of the experts in the video stated, “The majority of the people in China do not eat wildlife animals. Those who consume these wildlife animals are the rich and the powerful – a small minority.”

Hence, the video explains how the people of China are themselves victims of the conditions that led to coronavirus.

Watch the video here.

11.Why fighting the coronavirus depends on you

In this video, Vox explains how we could slow the virus down from spreading entirely.

It must be done so that severe cases get spread out over a longer period of time and hospitals are less likely to be overwhelmed.

Vox also explains how social distancing is the best way to slow down the spread for everyone.

Watch the video here.

12.The Coronavirus Explained & What You Should Do

For those who love animation, then watch this video by Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell.

The team behind this video aims to make science look beautiful and the way they explain things is “with optimistic nihilism”.

This animation explains what actually happens when it infects a human and what should we all do in fighting Covid-19.

Watch the video here.

13.The Science Behind the Coronavirus, the complete series

“Thank you Dr. Soon. You explained it in a way that I understood everything. This was very informative”; “The doctor has given a very enlightening and simplified explanation on this virus”; “I loved how he broke this down so it could be easily understood”; these are some of the comments left on this video.

Here, the executive chairman of the Los Angeles Times, Dr Patrick Soon-Shiong offers and overview of the coronavirus.

He proposes that understanding how the virus infects our bodies and strategies toward treatment can help as allay our anxiety about it.

Watch the video here.

14.What this chart actually means for Covid-19

You have heard the phrase and seen the hashtags, “Flatten the Curve” but what does it mean?

It’s Okay To Be Smart explains through animation why flattening the curve is important and what we can do on our parts.

One of the comments on this video said that we need to “share this video with all the selfish people refusing to quarantine themselves.” And we couldn’t agree more.

Watch the video here.

15.What Coronavirus symptoms look like, day by day

After being exposed to the Covid-19 virus, it can take from two to 14 days for symptoms to develop.

Every case range from mild to critical. While the average timeline from the first symptom to recovery is about 17 days, some cases are fatal.

Here is a video showcasing what it looks like to develop Covid-19, day by day.

Watch the video here.

16.Why Pandemics like Covid-19 keep happening

From the black death to the coronavirus, why pandemics keep happening to the world?

Apparently, there are plenty of factors attributing to a pandemic. If you dissect the problem closely, then it involves sort of social, cultural, political issues and many more.

Here, the Bloomberg explains what we need to think about in order to tackle pandemics.

Watch the video here.

17.How soap kills the coronavirus

People have been stocking up on hand sanitizers. The idea behind any alcohol-based hand rub like hand sanitizers is to use them when no soap and water is available.

So when you are at home; with soap and water readily available, there is no use for hand sanitizers.

Here Vox explains how plain old soap and water absolutely annihilates coronavirus.

Watch the video here.

18.The new coronavirus: How Should the World Respond?

As the new coronavirus is shutting down the Earth, what should we do? Here the Economist takes on what lessons can the rest of the world learn from China, Singapore and South Korea.

Watch the video here.

19.The Race to Develop A Coronavirus Vaccine

Even when scientists are racing against time to discover the vaccine for Covid-19, it might take at least one year or one year and half before the race is over.

CNBC explores what is at stake and when the world can expect a coronavirus vaccine.

Watch the video here.

20.Dr Martin Blaser Answers Coronavirus Questions from Twitter

When should we expect to see mutations? Does Covid-19 have a lifespan? Is coronavirus the 0.01% that soaps and sanitizers can’t kill?

Dr Martin Blaser, the professor of medicine and infectious diseases at Rutgers University takes on questions from Twitter.

What makes this video interesting is that they cover all kinds of questions, even questions that might not sound so serious. For example, should we limit how many times we use sanitizer in a day.

Watch the video here.

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As there is so much new information and research found on daily basis, it is important to keep yourself updated with new knowledge every day.