Vlogger Boram, who has 30 million subscribers, has said her videos are “cute and rewarding memories of everyday life”.
Thanks to her multimillion earnings, Boram — whose name means “valuable” — now owns a five-storey building.
The smart glass structure was built in 1975 and sits on a massive 258.3 square meter plot of land.
Boram has two YouTube channels: Boram Tube Vlog (17.5 million subscribers) and Boram Tube ToyReview (13.6 million subscribers).
In the Vlog channel, she will appear with her family in light-hearted stories, such as cleaning with toys while her dad exaggerates being unwell, laid up on the sofa.
Her popular toy review channel features her playing with the latest goodies, such as playhouses and tellytubbies.
But Boram’s stardom has not been without controversy.
Save The Children, in South Korea, raised concerns over Boram’s Youtube channel.
It went to court in 2017, claiming Boram’s parents were “gaining financial profit by putting the children in situations that could put them under mental distress”.
The charity group also accused the content of having “a negative influence on underage viewers who watch the clips”, the Korea Herald reported.
Videos criticised included those showing the six-year-old stealing money from her dad’s wallet and acting as if she is giving birth.
Following complaints, Boram’s parents apologised and made the clips private, it was reported.