Taiwanese aboriginal BBQ vendor goes viral
The Grill Goddess started making rounds online after a customer at the barbeque stand shot a video of her hard at work.
CHIAYI, TAIWAN — Beautiful Taiwanese aboriginal woman goes viral after customers share a video of her online, reports ET Today.
Taiwan's National Alishan Scenic Area is famous for its mesmerizing mountain views but visitors now are more interested in photographing other kinds of scenery.
A barbeque stall near the popular national park is attracting lines of hungry customers and they're not just after the meat on the grill.
The real attraction seems to be the beautiful woman behind the grill seen in this video hurriedly tending to her customers while wearing a tight black shirt with a plunging neckline.
According to Taiwan's ET Today, the Barbeque Queen's real name is Ruo Yan. She's a member of the Cou indigenous group in Southern Taiwan and her enchanting looks have made her a viral sensation. The Grill Goddess started making rounds online after a customer at the barbeque stand shot a video of her hard at work.
It didn't take long for creepers online to track-down Rou Yan and learn more about her past. Turns out she has previously worked as a model and in the performing arts, but now in her free time helps her parents out at their barbeque stand. Good looks, good vending skills, and good daughter? We can see why she's got fans.
But Rou Yan isn't the first — and probably won't be the last — of Taiwan's long list of attractive vendors that have gone viral.
Let's see so far we've had the 'Hot Bean Curd Seller' with his washboard abs, then we had the delicate market butcher dubbed 'Pork Princess' and also a doll-like Mickey D's cashier that the public named 'McDonald's Goddess'. C'mon Taiwan, we need to step our nickname game up.
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