Korean Streamer With 1.8 Million Subscribers Sexually Harasses Female Streamer On A Live Broadcast

She got rightfully offended and left.

A Korean live streamer, EugBak, is currently under fire for harassing a female streamer on broadcast. EugBak, who has over 1.8 million subscribers on YouTube, had invited another streamer, Oh Sangkeum, onto his show for a mukbang style talk show.

As they were having light drinks along with the food, he suddenly asked if she would be up for a one night stand if he paid her ₩4,000,000 KRW ($3600 USD).

She could not believe her ears.

As he repeated his question, she got up to hit him lightly and tried to laugh it off as a joke.

However, as he continued insisting on the offer, her expression began to change. He told her to send her manager off and he would do the same, suggesting that things could get down after the staff had left.

He suggested they take things a step further after the broadcast.

Although she was offended by it, she tried to excuse him by asking if he was drunk.

As the broadcast was about to wrap up, she put on her mask and was about to leave it as there. However, he coaxed her into sitting back down and tried to explain what he was really thinking about.

Unfortunately, when he decided to “speak honestly“, he truthfully reiterated his suggestion and asked Oh Sangkeum to send her staff home without her.

Understandably, she got annoyed and put on her jacket to leave. EugBak took out a cigarette and starting smoking it.

The broadcast concluded as such.

Although the re-run has not been uploaded to his channel, a netizen uploaded it in the video below. He has since denied what he did as sexual harassment.

Source: theqoo