Kkobuli Kalguksu

I love noodles – as it would seem obvious from my posts about udon, handcut noodles, and pasta. This next little find in Myeongdong was just something we stumbled across when we were looking for a place to eat lunch. Their specialty is the twisty cut noodes, which were delicious.





My twisty cut noodles.


J’s spicy beef soup cut noodles. Anything remotely red scares me in Korea. I don’t know how people do it. Keep in mind that this is already medium hot – and not the extreme hot option you can go with.


See how the noodles really are twisty? I’m not really sure what that means for a noodle to be twisty – but it did give it a different experience when eating it, in a textural sense.


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