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Paldo Bulnak Pan Stirfried Noodle (South Korea)

In today’s instant noodle review, we will be trying a dry ramyun from Korea, the Paldo Bulnak Pan Stirfried Noodle (Korean: 팔도 불낙 볶음면). If the word Bulnak sounds familiar, that’s because we had reviewed the Samyang Buldak noodles a few months ago. In Korean, Bul means fire while Dak means chicken and for today’s noodles, Nak means octopus.

As such, we can roughly guess that this will be a really spicy octopus or squid flavored one. We start off our review with the photos of the cup and its contents.

팔도 불낙 볶음면

팔도 불낙 볶음면

팔도 불낙 볶음면

팔도 불낙 볶음면

팔도 불낙 볶음면

The contents of the cup are shown below.

팔도 불낙 볶음면

The cup contains the noodle block with loose vegetable garnish and a single sachet of seasoning paste.

We followed the preparation instructions printed on the side of the cup. First, pour boiling water into the cup and let the noodles steep for 3 minutes. Then drain away the hot water by using the perforated holes on the lid. Finally add in the seasoning paste and mix thoroughly. We added some chili, coriander and a chicken sausage to complete the meal.

팔도 불낙 볶음면

Verdict

The noodles here are the classic Korean wheat flour ramyun. They were nicely thick and chewy. While we had expected something really spicy, the sauce here was relatively average, scoring 3 chilis. There was a nice sweet flavor in the sauce that was well complemented by a smoky BBQ flavor. The dried garnish basically consisted of dried cabbage and they could have definitely done better by including some fish cake or dried cuttlefish.

Overall this was a pretty good cup of noodles. We give the Paldo Bulnak Pan Stirfried Noodle a final score of 3.5 stars. Please click here to check out the other Paldo reviews.

 

Paldo Bulnak Pan Stirfried Noodle (South Korea)

Summary
BrandPaldo
NameBulnak Pan Stirfried Noodle
TypeCup
OriginSouth Korea
Calories310 Cal
Dietary InfoNA
Spiciness3
Overall 3.5 star half

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