Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black – Korean Premium Ramen

I can say, Shin Ramyun Black is simply a premium version of Shin Ramyun.

Nongshim once released a high-priced Shin Ramyun Black and then again launched it in the Korean market after failing.

The Korean price of Shin Ramyun Black is usually 1,500 won each, and it costs 1,100 won each if I buy it cheaply using the online mall.
The price of Ottogi Jin Ramen is less than 400 won to 600 won each, so it is about three times the price.

Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black

Although it is the same design as Shin Ramyun, it can be seen that Shin Ramyun Black with a black background.

Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black

The back shows how to boil, its ingredients, calories, and expiration date.

Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black

It contains circular noodles and three soups.
It consists of a soup containing dried vegetables and meat and two powdered soups. In particular, one powder soup should be added when boiling and the other powder soup should be added after boiling.

Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black

The dried vegetables are larger than Shin Ramyun.

Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black

Boil for 4 minutes and 30 seconds as described.

Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black

When it boils up, prepare one remaining powder soup.

Nongshim Shin Ramyun Black

After boiling, add powder soup and stir before eating.
Personally, I put my favorite egg and rice cake.

Shin Ramyun Black is

My personal opinion of Shin Ramyun Black is too much. I just prefer Shin Ramyun.
The powder I put in after boiling seems to give off the taste of Seolleongtang.
In the name of Shin Ramyun, ‘Shin’ shows a spicy taste, but Shin Ramyun Black is not spicy.
And the price is too expensive.

However, it seems meaningful that Shin Ramyun Black has enhanced the general ramen.
If you like a richer flavor, you may prefer black if it’s Shin Ramyun.
I can see why Shin Ramyun Black is so popular overseas.
Foreigners seem to feel not bad for a meal because it is not spicy and has a rich taste.

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