In South Korea, A 71-year-old grandmother has become the country's latest YouTube star. When the creators of the platform were born in the 1970s, she was already 30. Today, she's more than three times older than many of her online rivals and offers everything from beauty tips to travel advice. But thanks to social media, she also tries to reshape the way elderly women are seen in South Korea.
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