This is one of the famous Korean ramyun in Malaysia. I really like the spicy seafood broth. It’s thick, tasty, and the seafood flavor comes through! There is differences between China import Nongshim ramyun and original Korea Nongshim ramyun. I’ve tried both and the original Korea Nongshim ramyun is taste much much much better than China import’s. The price of both are pretty close and the only problem is hard to find original Nongshim in Malaysia unless you live near Hartamas or Ampang area.
Tadaa, original Nongshim Neoguri Ramyun, all the description in korean language.
Dried vege packet and soup powder.
There is a dried kelp/kombu inside the packet for you to boil the soup. Only in original Nongshim Neoguri Ramyun.
Kimchi, i bought from lotte mart. Rm10 for 1 medium size plastic container. It’s not too sour and spicy but the pickled cabbage is very crunchy and juicy.
mmmm, maybe i could eat this everyday. This is one of my favorite maggie for now.
I like to add many other fresh ingredients to my noodles but for neoguri ramyun, i only add an egg so i can enjoy the tasty broth.