#423: Nongshim Shin Cup (Shin Ramyun)

So here’s the last (as far as I know) of the Shin Ramyun line from Nongshim. Shin Ramyun (pack), Shin Cup, Shin Bowl and Shin Big Bowl.  Let’s give it a go.

One packet – full of the powder seasoning.

Some veg and the powder awaiting the boil and a few minutes to steep.

Click image to enlarge. Finished product. Well, the noodles are pretty stock as it were. A little spongy and a little thicker so they’re just so-so. The veggies all his at the bottom after a good stir; I really dislike that but what can you do? The broth is hot, there’s no question about that! My lips are burning – nice burn. Not too shabby. 3.0 out of 5.0 stars. Get it here.


  1. If you ever get a chance to try the original Shin Ramyun from Korea, you’ll see that the stuff Nong Shim makes in California is inferior. I wish we could get the original in the states but I haven’t seen it in years.

    1. I’d love to try it – although Korea’s quite a ways away from the Seattle area and so hopefully there will be someone who wants to donate one from over there. I want to try their Kimchee, Mushroom and Black Shin Ramyun as well!

      – The Ramen Rater

      1. I don’t know for sure but you may still be able to get the “made in Korea” version in Canada. I thought the Kimchee version was okay however I only bought it once if that tells you anything. If the black version is from Korea, I’ll definitely buy it if I see it. I’ve never had the mushroom flavor.

  2. This is one of my favorite convenience foods. It is just the right size for a small snack on a cold day. The other sizes (bowl, big bowl) are sometimes too big, but this one is easy to throw in your bag and go.

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