It's been several years now since I swore off ramyun, or instant noodles. After tasting "real" noodles, which can be had quite cheaply anywhere in the country, I can't imagine why so many Koreans are addicted to the instant, dehydrated, cholesterol-enriched fake stuff. However, my wife eats a bowl of ramyun every other day or so, and in fact prefers it to most of the western dishes I make. There are many varieties, too--hot, cold, made with rice starch, potato starch, green tea, whole wheat, spicy, super spicy, and heartburn-for-a-week spicy.
Anyway, if you're feeling like jazzing up a bowl of ramyun for a special occasion, check out this Korean blog for some serving ideas.
On anunrelated note, I found a 250g roll of Hungarian Salami at E-mart yesterday for 6,900 won. I bought it,and made a sandwich with it today. It tasted a little strange--is Hungarian salami meant to be cooked before eating? Serving suggestions would be welcome.