This episode features a classic convenience food, popular the world over with students and anybody looking for a high flavour-to-time and flavour-to-cost ratio: ramen AKA ramyun here in Korea. Thanks to some cameo appearances by other convenience foods, this is quite a filling and flavourful bowl of deliciousness. Don't forget to subscribe for more Korean, food, and travel-related adventures.
Some words for you:
- Ramen (라면/Ramyeon pronounced rah-myuhn)
- Boiled Eggs (삶은계란/Salmeungyeran pronounced Sal-meun-gyeh-(r/l)an)
- Kimchi (김치/kimchi pronounced kim chee)
- Cheddar Cheese (체다치즈/Chedachijeu prounounced che-dah-chi-(z/j)uh)
- Milk (우유/uyu pronounced oo yoo)
- Delicious (맛있어요/masisseoyo pronounced mah-shiss-oh-yo)
- Waiting (기다리에요/kidarieyo pronounced kee-dah-ree-eh-yo)
- Eating (먹어요/mokeoyo pronounced moh-go-yo)
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ABOUT KOREAN EATS
I've moved to Seoul, South Korea for 3 months! While I'm there I'm documenting my time on video for friends, family and anybody else who might be interested.
This is the fourth in a series of videos featuring a number of different interesting food you can find in and eat straight out of Korean convenience stores, which are an infamous treasure trove of culinary delights.
Camera work by Richard Irvine and cider acquisition services by Richard Irvine
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