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.

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My twisty cut noodles.

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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.

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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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