Dongchimiguksu: cold noodle soup with radish water kimchi

Dongchimiguksu: cold noodle soup with radish water kimchi

100 thoughts on “Dongchimiguksu: cold noodle soup with radish water kimchi

  1. I love the idea of ice cold sliced radishes, greens, and fish with a crunchy side almost like fries can you cook something like this?

  2. Im asian too, but in my culture, when we talk about soup it always have to be steamy hot. I have never seen anything like this. I can't imagine how it would taste, especially when it cold AND spicy. I can't wait to try this sometimes.

  3. Haha. I know exactly what it meant (although I misspelled it). I just thought it would come across as weird if I said "Ohh that's what we used to say when we poked each other in the buts when we were little." See what I mean lol

  4. hv u already posted video on how to make the sticky fried anchovies ban chan side dish thing? ooorrrr the fried chicken with the red sticky sweet sauce with sesame seeds? AAHHHH i want to eat them ALLLL

  5. OH OH and could u make the hodduk?!?!??! the tang or the vege one.. but the sweet spicy red sauce for fried chicken like in two two chicken is good too!!

  6. Thank you, I have so many camera people. They are my friends, readers, neighbors, and family. Sometimes I hire them.

  7. Please visit her website at maangchi dot com to see all her recipes.. She posted the anchovy side dish, seasoned fried chicken, hoddeok, and more already.

  8. If you freeze it all the way.. how will you eat the broth with noodles??…. It'll just be a big ice cube! haha.. Slush is the best and most delicious way to eat it! Or else just put ice like Maangchi does!

  9. Oh my goodness. iIve been meaning to buy pepper flakes and pepper paste since discovering your channel a few months ago.. Think it's time to go now!

  10. maangchi, could you show us how to make crab in soy sauce? i saw it on family outing and it looked good! its raw.

  11. Maangchi – you are AMAZING 🙂 Im a Korean-Kiwi living in Taiwan at the moment, and it's SO HOT, I can't wait to try this ^.^ Yayyy!!

  12. My mom used to let me help her make this dish- I'm looking forward to seeing the recipe again! Thanks for bringing it up. 🙂

  13. I'm not used to having food ice cold but drinks.. this is very interesting to know that ice cold food can be enjoyable too 🙂

  14. I think I've had this before, but it was made with glass noodles. And I see the packages for it all the time in the Korean super market, is this technically the same soup but with different noodles? If it is I'd rather use you're homemade recipe, it looks delicious 🙂

  15. I've gotta say, this looks delicious but I would probably have to heat mine up–soup should be hot! LOL! Love your recipes!

  16. hallo … I love your cooking creations … I am a Muslim but I love Korean food … Can you provide a kosher recipes for us … because there are some foods that are not allowed (haram) in our religion … thank you …

  17. well my moms korean and she makes guksu and naengmyeon all the time.. i love naengmyun. basically guksu is rice noodles and naengmyun are buckweat noodles… thats the difference.. also this dongchimiguksu has kimchi in it.. usually naengmyun doesnt 🙂 hope i could help :3

  18. Don't know if anyone told you already,besides your english sounds very funny(again in a good way)that you are super cute,apreciate your video ! With respect!

  19. Korean hot pepper flakes are different from chili powder. You can get them at a Korean grocery store. There are mild flakes and spicy flakes. Check out the photo of Korean hot pepper flakes in the ingredient section on my website please. And if you want more detailed info about the difference between chili powder and korean hot pepper flakes, visit my website and type "Korean hot pepper versus chili powder" in the search box, then it will lead to the forum where someone left a good tip.

  20. I then realized that Korean cooking is indeed easy. And I like your clothes! You look so cute, Maangchi sunbaenim~! :DD

  21. I love Korean food. but I had no idea how to use 'gochujang'. but I learned a lot from ur video! Im happy. and your recipe's so good:)

  22. I ate once at myeongdong, it's call " Soybean/soyabean cold noodles" 너무 맛있다!! Teach me how to make please! 🙂 Thank you.

  23. Maangchi I made moolnengmyun, and it taste TERRIBLE!! it was never my favorite korean dish, but the one I made is just awful.

  24. I love to eat this type noodle when I was in China !it's basically the childhood for me!thank you for shearing the recipe!

  25. i have been wanting to try making Naengmyeon ever since I had it, I fell in love with this dish, you make it look so easy, my mouth watering. <3

  26. I love you! I've actually been following your recipes online for years, making my own Kimchi, etc., but I didn't know you had YouTube uploads!! Thank you so much. I appreciate it.

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