This Korean import serves Ham Heung-style spicy bibim mul naengmyeon featuring sweet potato noodles, but both the spicy and not-spicy versions are great. Though known for the bibim naengmyeon, it’s the mul naengmyeon at this Koreatown spot where you can really focus on the chewy noodles and the depth of the beef broth. Another advantage is the flavorful beef, which is always cooked perfectly here. If you ask and they have it, sometimes you can also get raw skate as a topping instead of beef. An order of spicy galbitang pairs well with the mul naengmyeon, while an order of regular galbitang pairs well with the bibim naengmyeon. Get an order of each with whoever’s lucky enough to join you here and share it all.

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The Best Korean Naengmyeon In LA

8 great spots for the refreshingly cold (and sometimes spicy) noodle dish.