5 of the most unusual Cup Noodles flavours

Cheap, tasty and easy to make, Instant Noodles were invented back in 1971 by Momofuku Ando. Trying to get post-war Japan to eat more American wheat flour, the Taiwanese businessman created the original instant ramen: Nissin’s Cup Noodles.

You might think of them as a student’ staple, but there is much more to instant noodles than struggling college youngsters. 100 billion servings of instant noodles were consumed last year, they have three museums dedicated to them in Japan and are, as reported by BBC, used as currency in American prisons. Continue reading “5 of the most unusual Cup Noodles flavours”

2010 vs 2016 Seoul: what’s changed?

I recently visited Seoul. It was my second time in the capital city of South Korea and whilst much hadn’t changed, some things truly were different.

My first visit to Seoul was in the summer of 2010. 6 years later, I was back in Hongdae. Here’s what’s changed.

Continue reading “2010 vs 2016 Seoul: what’s changed?”

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

Create your website at WordPress.com
Get started