One Meal A Day (OMAD) is a Korean YouTube channel with 3.89 million subscribers…

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… dedicated to sharing easy-to-cook-at-home recipes for one hearty meal a day.

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And back in January 2019, OMAD shared a “Korean Style Egg Fried Rice” video…

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… showing the internet how to create an incredible dish with only three ingredients.

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This is the first time I have all the ingredients.

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This video, though short and simple…

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… is now at an impressive 93 million views?!

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Nobody:
Literally Nobody:
93 Million People: Interesting…

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No one really knows how or why…

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I love how everyone is confused at YouTube for recommending this. ????

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… but everyone is rooting for the same thing now: For OMAD‘s egg fried rice video to break a hundred million views!

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WHO’S WITH ME? Let’s get this video to 100M!!!

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Will this peculiarly addicting video — featuring members Green Onions, Eggs, and White Rice — reach that K-Pop dream? ????

So close to 100M views! This is some K-Pop idol MV level though… OMAD-nim, I guess you’ll have to cook this live on stage at Gocheok Sky Dome. We’ll come watch with our lightsticks: The Spatula.

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Surely. The internet is HOOKED.

In case we’ve flared up your need to fry rice, here are some of our favorite recipes — in addition to OMAD‘s!

Here Are Your 7 New Favorite Korean Fried Rice Recipes, Made Easy — You’re Welcome