Category Archives: Ohsung

#806: Ohsung Hot & Spicy Bowl Noodle Soup With Soy Peptide

Here’s one the folks at Ramen Place sent a while back. Sounded good today to have somethin’ spicy! Soy peptide eh? Here’s some info. Let’s see how it goes.

Here’s the side panel info (click image to enlarge).

The noodle block.

The seasoning packet.

Spicy stuff!

The bowl contained some veggies at the bottom – here’s a couple of them.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added some veggies, processed cheese, fish cakes, kimchi and Texas Pete hot sauce. The noodles were a bit thinner than I expected and slightly spongy. Not too bad but better can be found. The broth was nice – had a nice spiciness to it and a decent flavor too. The veggies were skimpy but not bad.  Not bad! 3.5 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 846034014039 – get it here.

My son abhors eggs – I think this will cause him to come over to the egg side.

I have got to try this stuff…

#688: Ohsung Hot & Spicy Hong Ramyun Noodle Soup With Soy Peptide

This is one that came from the nice folks at Ramen Place! Thanks again! Hot and spicy? Soy peptide? Korean? Yeah this should be awesome stuff!

If you click and look at the little pictures top right, they mention some great things to add like cheese, fish cake and veggies! Click image to enlarge.

Here’s the noodle block. Nice color and very angular!

The tell-tale red packet means spicy heat is nigh!


The powder seasoning is all business – I tasted it and my tongue was alight with heat.

The veggie packet.

Veggie packet contents.

Finished (click image to enlarge). I decided to go with the mentions of additions on the back. I added some C&W frozen stir-fry vegetables, an egg that I boiled in with it, some kamaboko, a pinch or two of cheese, a dash of Texas Pete Garlic hot sauce and a dash of Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt. The noodles are good – lots of them and they suck up the flavors nicely. A little chewy but not overly so. The broth is crazy hot – almost too hot for me but I persevere! The veggies are nice – they re-hydrated well and were reasonably abundant. This is a great example of a spicy Korean ramyun. Good show! 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC barcode 846034000407 – you can get it here.

This appears to be an energy or ‘concentration’ drink with soy peptide

I’ve ridden on that monorail track a zillion times in Seattle!

#673: Ohsung Hong Ramyun Noodle Soup With Soy Peptide Mild Taste

Here’s the first one of the reviews I’ll be doing of the big donation from Jennifer Kim at Ramen Place (! Thanks again! This one’s a new brand – Ohsung. It’s from Korea! Let’s have a look!

Here’s the back of this big package (click image to enlarge).

Here’s the noodle block – looks like nice wider-gauge noodles.

Vegetable packet on the left, seasoning packet on the right.

A nice amount of veggies and a glorious mountain of seasoning.

Click image to enlarge. Added an egg during the last 45 seconds of cooking. The noodles are decent quality – chewy enough and a nice wideness. The broth is what you would expect from a hot and spicy Korean instant noodle pack – without the heat. It’s got a hint of spiciness. The vegetables aren’t bad either. This is what I would consider a good baseline for Korean instants. Seems like every brand has some kind of hot and some kind of mild ramyun. This one was pretty good! 3.25 out of 5.0 stars – UPC barcode 846034000575 .

Noodles on Arirang