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Jjamppong Spicy Korean Seafood Ramen


A few years ago, I took a friend who had never been exposed to much Asian food to a Koreatown plaza where we had a chance to try a bunch of different Korean dishes. 

I was really craving some Jjamppong because… spice, seafood, noodles, soup? What more could you want? 

For anyone who hasn’t been exposed to Jjamppong before, it’s a Korean-Chinese dish that involves a mix of seafood, vegetables, meat, and noodles in a spicy, savory soup. The origins are debated but supposedly it was created by Chinese immigrants living in Nagasaki, Japan and then became adapted by Koreans, who added chili oil and gochugaru, a popular Korean hot pepper flake ingredient.

When the dish arrived, my friend looked shocked. He leaned over and whispered, “Why are they serving Cioppino at a Korean place? Is this Italian owned?” 

I laughed… a lot. Truthfully, I hadn’t ever made that connection but I could see why he thought that.

They are both red-colored seafood soup based dishes – although cioppino’s are red from the tomatoes whereas Jjamppong gets its redness from gochugaru. 

Getting hungry but no time to cook? Try our immi ramen. It’s healthy, delicious, convenient, and slurp-worthy all in one!

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Jjamppong Spicy Korean Seafood Ramen

  • Author: Kevin Lee


  1. 1/4 onion
  2. 1/2 small carrot
  3. 1/2 zucchini
  4. 3 oz napa cabbage
  5. 23 fresh shiitake mushrooms
  6. 2 scallions
  7. 3 oz fatty pork (or pork belly)
  8. 46 littleneck clams
  9. 46 mussels
  10. 46 shrimps
  11. 3 oz squid
  12. 1 tbsp ginger
  13. 1 tbsp garlic
  14. 1 tbsp Gochugaru Korean Chile Flakes (we used Mother In Law’s Kimchi brand)
  15. 1 tbsp avocado oil
  16. 1 tbsp soy sauce
  17. salt and pepper
  18. 5 cups of chicken stock
  19. 1 serving of immi ramen noodles


Vegetable Prep

  1. Cut ¼ onion into thin slices
  2. Cut ½ of a carrot into thin 2” length slices
  3. Cut ½ of the zucchini into thin 2” length slices
  4. Cut ⅓ of the napa cabbage into thin 2” length slices
  5. Cut 2 shiitake mushrooms into thin slices
  6. Cut 2 scallions into slices
  7. Mince 1 tsp of ginger
  8. Mince 1 tbsp of garlic

Meat Prep

  1. Cut the pork belly into thin slices
  2. Cut squid into thick slices
  3. Soak mussels and clams in salt water to clean


  1. Heat a wok over high heat
  2. Add 1 tablespoon of oil
  3. Add minced ginger
  4. Add minced garlic
  5. Add sliced scallion
  6. Add 1.5 tablespoons of gochugaru
  7. Add 1 tablespoon of soy sauce and stir fry for a minute
  8. Add the sliced pork and stir-fry for 2 minutes
  9. Add in the onion, carrot, cabbage, zucchini, and mushrooms
  10. Pour in 5 cups of chicken stock
  11. Add the clams first, then the mussels, then shrimp, and squid last
  12. Add salt and pepper to taste
  13. Add in your noodles of choice. We love immi’s low carb, high protein ramen noodles


  1. Ladle the broth into a serving bowl
  2. Add extra gochugaru flakes
  3. Enjoy!

Visual Recipe 

Food Facts to Get Rameducated

  • Gochugaru is an essential ingredient for kimchi and Korean cooks will recommend against using any other kind of dried chili, as they won’t produce the same results.