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NongShim Kimchi Noodle Soup 20 Pack $11.99 @ Costco (Membership Required)


Costco is having some Korean celebration and a few of the Korean food items are on sale.

  • Kimchi ramyun 20pk is selling for $11.99.
  • 1.2 Kg Jongga kimchi $7.99
  • Marinated beef bulgogi $15.99 per Kg.

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  • How much is this normally? The bulgogi picture actually shows the price as $13.99 a kg?

    • Not sure how much it is normally, as my Korean palate is limited to the noodles. And yes, you are right about the picture showing $13.99 when zoomed in.

      • By memory, Marinated beef bulgogi has been $15.99 per Kg.

        • $16.99 a kg about a month back when I checked. Minimum 2Kg packs.

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    Have the pear its a new world!

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    Why do I see $11.99 a box? Woollies had these $3/5pk a few times this year. Use GC to get 5% off. Not much a must buy at Costco.

    • I find these lacking in flavour. Its very spicy/hot and quite large but those are its only strengths. And the Nong Shims seems to be the pedestrian variety of Korean noodles. In Korean shops there are other brands that charge $1.5 per serve, why are they so expensive?
      Indomie have a lot more variety and taste, well priced too

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    The coupon is for Kimchi Ramyun, not Shin Ramyun.

    • And the price OP posted was wrong. It reads as $11.99 for me.

    • Corrected. Didn't know they sold two different types of Korean noodles.

      • this is a new flavour, Kim chi

        also make sure u get the korean made ones, there are China made ones and they ain't as good

        • The shin ramen noodles sold at Costco are made in Korea. Will check these when I am there next.

        • Could of sworn they stopped selling the one in china when they did a recall, apparently plastic was found in the noodles or something like that.

  • Korean pear is the best. So juicy.

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