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Ottogi Korean Cheese Ramen

Ottogi Korean Cheese Ramen

See Also: All Instant Noodles Reviews

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As a cheese lover, I was really excited to try out Korean cheese ramen (instant noodles) which seems really popular currently. Even the major supermarkets are selling them. The particular brand I bought was the “Ottogi” brand which is also endorsed by (the good looking) Nichkhun of 2pm. I have never eaten any type of cheese ramen before, so this is something new to me.

Ottogi Korean Cheese Ramen
The front of the packaging. I was attracted by the cute mascot wearing a cheese hat (heart melts). I am a sucker for cute food mascots.

Oddugi Korean Cheese Ramen
The back of the packaging – All Korean words.

Oddugi Korean Cheese Ramen
Each packet of ramen (ramyeon) comes with three sachets – dried vegetables (egg, spring onion, carrot etc), seasoning powder and cheese powder. The cheese powder smells really aromatic.

Oddugi Korean Cheese Ramen
Each noodle block weighs 92 grams.

Ottogi Korean Cheese Ramen
My bowl of cooked noodles using only the provided seasonings. I love the texture of the noodles which is surprisingly quite springy if you take care not to overcook them (I dish them out as soon as the strands separate). The soup colour, though, was not a dark orange hue as shown in the packaging photo. The cheese flavour was there, but not as rich as I expected it to be, as compared to when I first smelled the cheese powder seasoning.

Oddugi Korean Cheese Ramen

After the first taste test, I livened up my bowl with cubed ham, spring onions and corn nibblets. I also place a sliced cheese on top of the noodles and then ladle the hot soup over, melting the cheese and providing that extra cheesy flavour which I thought was missing ( yes I am a huge cheese junkie :D)

Product Name(s)

Ottogi Korean Cheese Ramen

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Made in

South Korea


If you love cheese, you will probably like this Korean cheese ramen, though I don’t mind it even cheesier. The texture of the noodles are great as well.

Hot-O-Meter 2 out of 10
Yummy-O-Meter 8 of 10

Where to Buy in Singapore

  • Korean supermarkets
  • NTUC (selected outlets)

Average Price

S$3.80 for a packet of four; S$2.90 when on sale at NTUC

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14 Responses to “Ottogi Korean Cheese Ramen”

  1. Rumbling Tummy — August 13, 2014 @ 9:46 pm

    ha adding cheese to instant noodle. I have to tell my kids.


  2. Jo — August 13, 2014 @ 10:22 pm

    Try it dry! It’s even better! Totally in love w this!


    • wiffy replied: — August 14th, 2014 @ 2:10 pm

      really! this I have to try!


  3. Cindy Khor — August 13, 2014 @ 10:58 pm

    I have tried adding cheese slices to my instant noodles (maggie to be exact) and boy was it delicious… Aaaahhhh, craving for instant noodles now…


  4. tigerfish — August 14, 2014 @ 9:01 am

    Next time just add a slice of cheese to any instant noodles :) I have tried and quite like it, especially when craving for salty things. Hahaha! Also better to use a slice of cheese to flavor the instant noodles than using packet-sauce.


  5. Angela — August 15, 2014 @ 4:09 pm

    Thank you so much for the review. I have seen these in some supermarkets in Hong Kong but not brave enough to buy them as they come in packs for 5 or so. I love cheese but didn’t want it to be too cheesy for health and “body” reasons I did not try it. Looks like it is cheesy but not too much. I will try after your review and the lovely photos.
    Many thanks


    • wiffy replied: — August 17th, 2014 @ 8:54 pm

      I think it comes in packs of four. I hope you enjoy it as well :)


  6. cquek — August 23, 2014 @ 11:13 pm

    Yours looks easy enough. I have to try it.


  7. Chalk — August 24, 2014 @ 12:51 pm

    what brand of cheeses did u use? tried before in the past but the cheese i used was wayyy salty!


    • wiffy replied: — September 16th, 2014 @ 12:52 pm

      I use a random brand of sliced cheese which was on offer. You can look for low sodium cheese next time!


  8. Willard — August 26, 2014 @ 9:47 am

    hi bro, may i know where can i buy this one in singapore? I need the address.

    Thx a lot =)


    • wiffy replied: — September 16th, 2014 @ 12:51 pm

      you can refer to the last para of this post for the information.


  9. Ryan Yoon — March 6, 2015 @ 11:06 am

    Hi, there
    I’m an ottogi staff in charge of Singapore market. Thanks for your blogging our Cheese ramen! If you are okay, we want to send you some of our products for showing gratitude!



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