It's always surprising to see how much food a tiny person can actually put away, especially in the world of competitive eaters. Japan's Yuka Kinoshita can personally eat an entire KFC Christmas Pack in one sitting, but don't take it from me. You can see for yourself in the video below.
Let's just take a second to understand what goes into the KFC Christmas Pack, shall we? Yuka begins her video by reading off the list of what's included in her family meal for one: 5 KFC original chicken pieces, 4 chicken tenders, 10 nuggets, 2 orders of barbecue chicken nuggets and 3 medium orders of the Colonel's coleslaw. To top it all off, Yuka also bought a premium roast chicken. As Yuka states in the video, the Japanese celebrate Christmas by eating KFC, so it's probably safe to assume that the amount of chicken consumed here is somewhat festive in nature.
According to Metro News, the 31-year-old competitive eater makes a living from eating large quantities of food in front of the camera. As you watch her down all 4,307 of those calories, you'll notice she enjoys eating all of the food just about as much as we enjoy watching her do it. I have to admit, I'm a bit envious, since I'd love to be able to enjoy that much food at once, and I'd be especially happy if I could remain that small while doing so.
You'll also notice that the video's title contains the word "Mukbang." This mean's "social eating," and it's how competitive eating began in South Korea. Clearly, it caught on and grew big enough for food-lovers like Yuka to make a living off of eating on-screen. Social eating was first meant for audiences who don't love eating alone, so they could watch a video in which someone is eating with them. That way, no one has to feel lonely while enjoying a good meal. How cute!
Anyway, take a look at the video to watch Yuka chow down, and be sure to have some chicken handy, because you'll absolutely grow hungry.