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'Buldak Stir-fried Noodles' Drive Samyang's Global Sales
'Buldak Stir-fried Noodles' (hot spicy chicken flavored stir-fry noodles) led the increase in sales overseas.
Samgyang Food's “Fire Noodles” Become Popular Overseas
Samyang Food's Buldak Bokkeum Myun, which records monthly sales of 6 to 7 billion won (US$5.56 to 6.49 million), is getting popular not only in the domestic market but also globally.
Don't say we didn't warn you: 7 super-spicy Korean dishes
Buldak sparked off a trend for extraordinarily hot dishes in Korea and it remains popular at many bars -- accompanied by a cold beer, of course. The buldak-beer combo is known as chimaek. If you want to tone down the heat, order buldak surrounded by a ...
Foul trouble costly as Seminoles push around Duke women's basketball 69-53
Both Henson and Chidom picked up their third fouls early in the period as the Seminoles continued to thrive down low, with forwards Adut Buldak and Maria Conde combining for eight of Florida State's 12 points during the quarter. The Seminoles ...
Coo Cafe Bread or Rice
Coo Cafe Toronto Coo Cafe Bread or Rice is an eatery in Bloorcourt where the menu takes a novel approach, showcasing single ingredients in two different ways: in a Western style (with bread) and alternately in Japanese tradition (with rice).

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