A six-year-old girl has splashed out more than £6 million on a massive skyscraper.
The youngster and her parents rake in a whopping £2.5 million every month by running two YouTube channels.
The little South Korean, known as Boram, has more than 30 million subscribers.
And she and her parents have bought the five-storey building in Seoul's posh Gangnam district for $8 million (£6.4 million).
The building, built in 1975, is on 258.3 square meters of land.
It's unclear exactly why the family has bought the structure.
But the girl's Boram Tube Vlog has 17.5 million subscribers, and her Boram Tube ToyReview has reeled in 13.6 million subscribers.
It means the child is one of the most-followed Korean YouTube creators.
According to Forbes, the highest earning YouTuber last year was seven-year-old Ryan Kaji, the American star of Ryan ToysReview.
In 2018, he earned an estimated $22 million (£17.7 million) through his channel, which has attracted more than 20.8 million subscribers.
Other young stars include five-year-old American Tydus, who appears on his family's YouTube channel Trav and Cor, which has 3.1 million subscribers.
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