You Have To Try Samyang's New Korean Ramen Noodles!

How can we choose just one flavor?

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Do you remember Samyang's fire noodle challenge and Sriracha noodles? Well, there are four new Samyang instant noodles you should definitely try for your merienda or midnight snack! Samyang's new ramen noodles comes in four flavors: kimchi, toppoki, bulgogi, and jjajang.

Not sure which one to choose? We can help you!

Did you know that kimchi is made by fermenting cabbage with red chili paste, garlic, and ginger?
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1 Kimchi

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If you love the taste of kimchi (fermented cabbage) when eating Korean barbecue, Samyang's Kimchi Ramen is for you! It has the same sour aroma you usually get when you open a bottle of kimchi and it also has the blend of a strong tang and mild heat similar to kimchi.

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Topokki is also known as Tteok-bokki in Korea. It's one of their common street food!
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2 Toppoki

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Toppoki, or also known as Tteok-bokki, is a spicy and sweet Korean street food that's commonly made with rice cake, fish cake, soup stock, and gochujang (Korean chili paste)! Samyang transforms it into a noodle dish with a broth that has familiar spicy flavors of toppoki. If you can't take the heat of the Fire Noodles or the Sriracha Ramen, but would definitely still like a bit of heat, you should definitely try this!

Can't get enough of bulgogi rice bowl? You should try this!
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3 Bulgogi

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A savory option for non-spicy eaters is Samyang's new Bulgogi Ramen. This is a stir-fried noodle seasoned with the flavors of Bulgogi. The seasoning tastes similar to that of barbecue: savory, slightly sweet, and with a hint of saltiness.

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4 Jjajang

Are you familiar with Jjajangmyeon? It's Korean stir-fried noodle dish that's tossed in black bean sauce. Samyang's Jjajang noodles is another savory option but with a little sweetness to it, just like the traditional jjajangmyeon. If you have extra time, you can add sliced grilled pork, cabbage, and sesame seeds.

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