by Julia Griffin
“[D]ozens of Korean words added to Oxford English Dictionary
The new words include hallyu—the Korean original for the wave of pop culture …
[and] bulgogi—thin slices of beef or pork … There is room, too, for mukbang,
or livestreams of people eating extraordinary amounts of food
while talking to the online audience.”
K-beauty makes the OED (as well as global moolah):
There’s room herein for mukbang on bulgogi. Hallyula!