The other day I was thinking about my love of junk food. I generally try to eat healthily but every now and then I have horrible cravings for really, really junky food. I thought I would take this place to document some of my forays into the land of oily, fatty, salty sweetness.
Today’s review is of Korean instant ramen Jin Ramyun (Mild). For Korean ramen I usually only use half of the soup packet but this one was pretty mild (comparatively). I still only used half a packet though, because it’s pretty salty.
The noodle was pretty good; pretty springy for instant ramen. The noodle has a distinctive taste that is different from Japanese instant ramen, I’m not sure how to describe the difference but someone once told me it tasted papery. this might sound gross but it’s not necessarily a negative thing.
I was trying to remember how many times I’ve seen this band. can’t quite remember, but I do remember the first time I saw them at the knitting factory. their sound has changed quite a bit since, but I am still enjoying them just as much.