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.

Braised chicken with vegetables

Dakjjim
닭찜

Cold noodle soup with radish water kimchi

Dongchimi-guksu
동치미국수

mul-naengmyeon

Cold noodles in chilled broth

Mul-naengmyeon
물냉면

bibim-naengmyeon

Cold, spicy, chewy noodles

Bibim-naengmyeon
비빔냉면

Dumpling wrappers

Mandu-pi
만두피

Hand-torn noodle soup

Sujebi
수제비

Homestyle chicken noodle soup

Dak-kalguksu
닭칼국수

Korean ramen

Ramyeon
라면

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

Jjamppong
짬뽕

Guksu (noodle soup)

Noodle soup

Guksu
국수

Noodles with blackbean sauce

Jjajangmyeon
짜장면

Soy milk noodle soup

Kongguksu
콩국수

Bibimguksu

Spicy mixed noodles

Bibimguksu
비빔국수

Spicy raw fish soup

Mulhoe
물회

Spicy whelks with noodles

Golbaengi-muchim
골뱅이무침

Spicy, chewy, sweet & sour cold noodles

Jjolmyeon
쫄면

Sweet potato starch noodles stir fried with vegetables

Japchae
잡채