Korean noodle recipes

Korea has a long history of noodle making and eating. Korean noodles, called "guksu" or "myeon" are everyday food, but also frequently served on birthdays and weddings. Traditionally a long noodle symbolizes a long life, so serving it to someone on their birthday expresses your desire that they live long and happily.

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Braised chicken with vegetables

Dakjjim
닭찜

spicy bowl of dongchimiguksu

Cold noodle soup with radish water kimchi

Dongchimi-guksu
동치미국수

cold noodles

Cold noodles in chilled broth

Mul-naengmyeon
물냉면

bibim-naengmyeon

Cold spicy mixed noodles

Bibim-naengmyeon
비빔냉면

mandupi (Dumpling wrappers: 만두피)

Dumpling wrappers

Mandu-pi
만두피

spicy kimchi sujebi

Hand-torn noodle soup

Sujebi
수제비

Korean chicken noodle soup (Kalguksu: 칼국수)

Homestyle chicken noodle soup

Dak-kalguksu
닭칼국수

ramyeon noodles

Korean ramen

Ramyeon
라면

jjamppong-bowl

Mixed-up noodles, meat, seafood, and vegetables soup

Jjamppong
짬뽕

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Noodles with blackbean sauce

Jjajangmyeon
짜장면

kongguksu

Soy milk noodle soup

Kongguksu
콩국수

Bibimguksu

Spicy mixed noodles

Bibimguksu
비빔국수

chopsticks

Spicy raw fish soup

Mulhoe
물회

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Spicy whelks with noodles

Golbaengi-muchim
골뱅이무침

japchae

Stir fried noodles with vegetables

Japchae
잡채

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