Mat kimchi (cut cabbage kimchi).
Chonggak kimchi (pony tail radish kimchi).
Poggi kimchi (whole cabbage kimchi).
Yeolmu kimchi (young radish leaves kimchi).
Fresh sliced noodle.
Fresh tan tan noodle.
Tempura flavour fresh noodle.
Seafood flavour fresh noodle.
Japanese Yakisoba noodles, ideal for stir fries.
12 quail eggs.
Fresh Japanese ramen.
Pasteurised silken tofu.
Fish balls with seamoss.
Fried fish rolls.
Peppered beef balls.
White radish, also known as mohli or daikon.
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