#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!


  1. I noticed in the veggie packet stuff that tastes like fish cake, do you know if it actually is?? Not listed in the ingredients.

    1. Perhaps it was the mushroom but I doubt it. It is possible there is fish cake in there… Also possible that it’s seafood flavored textured vegetable protein (TVP) – which actually kind of reminds me of fish cake sometimes. I haven’t seen this one for a long time.It’s been almost 2000 reviews since I tried it.

      – TRR

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