#829: Meet The Manufacturer: Paldo Kko Kko Myun King Cup

In the US, it’s Kokomen, in Korea it’s Kko Kko Myun! They also have not only the package variety, but also in a King Cup! Let’s see if it’s as good as the package version.

Side panel details (click image to enlarge).

The noodle block – not as many as the package verion but they have a very nice color.

Seasoning powder.

Lots of the light color powder.

The veggies are included in the bottom of the cup.

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added some onion, hard boiled egg  and a little baked chicken with some Krazy Mixed Up Salt. Noodles are slightly less resilient as those in the regular package – slightly. The broth is excellent – that great jalapeno and chicken flavor hits hard and tasty! The veggies are good too – nice when slurping the soup! Good stuff! 4.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 8801128510004 – get the package version here.

Kko Kko Myun TV commercial

A nice video about Kko Kko Myun and white broth ramyuns!


  1. I disagree with your review. Not that I dislike Kko Kko Myeon, but rather, I believe it to be a straight 5.0! Though I generally don’t disagree with your reviews, the broth of this particular noodle really stands out when you put it up against the other fare coming out of SK these days.

    That said, my wife tells me that Paldo is rumored to release a new “Kko Kko Myeon ANGRY” version this fall!

    We live in Seoul, so I’m not going to lie, I’m stoked as hell about this release.

    1. Yeah I just felt the noodles could’ve been a little stronger – 4.75/5.0 is pretty good – honestly I’m quite surprised about how many 5.0’s I’ve given Paldo – really didn’t expect it! A good line of products with all sorts of tasty things!
      Kkokkomyeon Angry? I’ll have to talk to my Paldo contact about that! If they can get it to me, I will for sure be reviewing it!

      – TRR

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