Shin Ramyun

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Shin Ramyun
Shinramyun contents.jpg
The contents of a packet of Shin Ramyun instant noodles.
Korean name
Hangul 신라면
Hanja
Revised Romanization Sinramyeon
McCune–Reischauer Sinramyŏn
Shin Ramyun is often eaten with kimchi as a topping or on the side.

Shin Ramyun is a spicy () brand of South Korean instant noodles produced by Nong Shim Ltd. since 1986. It is exported to over 80 different countries, and is the highest selling brand of noodles in South Korea.[1]

In April 2011, the brand launched a high-end ramen 'Shin Ramyun Black'. It is twice the price of the regular Shin Ramyun, and it generated sales of ₩9.4 billion in May 2011.[2]

History[edit]

Shin Ramyun is a kind of ramen. It was first produced by Nong Shim in 1986. There are several varieties including Seafood flavored and Black Shin Ramyun, which has a thicker broth.

Packaging[edit]

Shin Ramyun comes with a seasoning packet and a packet of dehydrated vegetables, and is usually prepared in a pot or other container.

It is also sold in an instant cup or instant bowl form. This version was first produced in Korea in 1981.[3]

During preparation, it is possible to add vegetables, dumplings, eggs or meat to improve the nutritional value of the meal.

There are also seafood flavor, spicy kimchi flavor and mushroom flavor variants of the noodle.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "10 Consumer Hits 1950-2007". The Korea Times. 16 October 2007. Retrieved 2007-10-21. 
  2. ^ Lee, Sang-eun (18 June 2011). "How to make your own premium ramen". Joongang Daily. Retrieved 27 January 2013. 
  3. ^ See Nong Shim official website

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