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Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup

Brand: Nongshim

Quality: 100% Halal

Flavor: Shin Ramyun

Specialty: Gourmet Spicy

Quantity: 5 Pieces Pack

Made In Korea

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The soft and chewy noodle combined with the spicy beef broth creates the perfect recipe that will please any palate. As soon as it was released on the market, Shin Ramyun became an instant hit among consumers who especially liked bold flavors. You might be surprised by the level of spiciness at first, but the delicious mélange of flavors will soon have you crave for more. The excellent spicy flavor, cooked with beef, mushrooms, and carrots, was inspired by the world’s finest peppers, and has become a typical flavor of Korea that soon became globally known.

The very first taste of Nongshim Shin Ramyun’s signature broth, there is no question how Shin Ramyun has become the most recognized ramyun in the world. With Shin Ramyun, you will enjoy a piping hot meal of aromatic spices, fresh vegetables and wonderfully chewy noodles in the convenience of a ready to eat meal in 4 minutes.



Wheat Flour (Usa), Potato Starch, Palm Oil, Salt, Acidity Regulator E501, E339, E500, Tocopherol Liquid (Antioxidant E306, Emulsifier E322 (Contains Soy)), Seasoning (Yeast Extract, Soy Sauce, Garlic, Wheat Starch), Green Tea Extract (Oligosaccharides, Tea Catechin, Acid E330), Colour E101, Soup Powder Seasoning (Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (Soy), Maltodextrin, Yeast Extract, Salt, Garlic, Onion, Wheat Flour), Salt, Spices (Maltodextrin, Black Pepper, Red Chilli Pepper, Garlic), Sugar, Glucose, Flavour Enhancers E631, E627, Mushroom, Flakes Green Onion, Mushroom, Bok Choy, Carrot, Red Chilli Pepper.

Cooking Guidelines

Cooks in about 5 minutes. Add vegetables, meat or eggs for a delicious meal.


Storage Condition

Store In A Cool And Dry Place

Brand Message

Nongshim Co., Ltd. is a South Korean food and beverage company headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. Nongshim was founded in 1965 under the name Lotte Food Industrial Company. The name was changed to Nongshim in 1978. The current logo was published in 1991, which took a form of a seed.

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