The history of "Ramyon", the spicy instant noodles of the land of Ginseng!!

19-05-2021 10:37:40

The history of Korean ramyeon began around 1963 (after Ando Momofuku, the Japanese founder and chairman of the Nissin Group, invented the world's first
instant noodles). It was only 5 years old in 1958) as cheap food after the Korean War. in which the majority of people in the country suffer from hunger
The Korean government is trying to overcome food shortages. The country had not fully recovered from the Korean War in the 1960s, and Korea was still
one of the poorest countries in the world at the time. When the rice shortage crisis occurred from 1963-1977, large amounts of wheat flour were exported
from the United States. to korea Under United States public law The Food for Peace project leads to the implementation of the Policy of Mixed & Flour
In the 1960s, the consumption of ramyun was promoted by government policy. which campaigns for people to consume flour products It shows the influence of
government policy in the 1970s on the popularity and mass consumption of ramyeon in South Korea.
'Samyang Food', a famous Korean food manufacturing company Established in 1961, it is the country's first ramyun producer. Produce instant noodles with a
unique spicy red soup using machinery imported from Japan. After that, the ramyeon production industry grew. When competitors like Nongshim Company (old
name Lotte Food Industrial Company)
Launching various Ramyun brands Its own products began around the 1980s and have been around for 10 years, including the popular brand Shin Ramyun, which
has been on sale since 1986 and is currently available in more than 100 countries around the world. Next, there was competition in the market. Make
companies Diligent in producing new flavors of ramen. which has a fusion style to provide new flavors to consumers
Nowadays, Ramyeon has hit the world market and is widely available in supermarkets and convenience stores around the world. It is one of the most
prominent export products. and shows the DNA of Korean culture very well. Until there is a saying that

“Ramyon is like kimchi for Koreans.  Because it has a smell and taste that makes you feel like you are at home.”


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