Considering the dirt cheap price and ease of making, it’s no surprise to see ramyun stocked in most Korean households. The methods and ingredients people use can vary greatly, but either way you can’t really mess up ramyun. If you do, put out the fire in the kitchen and take a gander at this list.
If you hadn't noticed yet, Koreans love rice and noodles. Finding a dish without either of two key components is like finding a Korean restaurant without kimchi. Yes that's a lot of carbs for sure, but the country houses some tasty dishes for a wide variety of palates.
Korean food can get pretty spicy for some people. But a lot of Korean people are sadistic. The S&M kind maybe, but spicy sadism? Definitely. A lot of Koreans think the spicier the food, the better! So here are some of the spiciest foods found in Korea and places you can eat them in Seoul!