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Naengmyeon

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Naengmyeon
tradition, type of food or dish
Yaɣ shelicold noodle, Korean noodles, dish Mali niŋ
Zuliya wuhibu냉면, 冷麵, 랭면 Mali niŋ
Tingbani shɛli din yinaKorea, North Korea Mali niŋ
Intangible cultural heritage statusRepresentative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity Mali niŋ
Described at URLhttps://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/pyongyang-raengmyon-custom-01695, https://ich.unesco.org/fr/RL/la-coutume-du-raengmyon-de-pyongyang-01695, https://ich.unesco.org/es/RL/la-costumbre-del-raengmyon-de-pyongyang-01695 Mali niŋ
Naengmyeon
A bowl of naengmyeon
Alternative namesRaengmyŏn, cold noodles
TypeGuksu
Place of originNorthern Korea
Region or statePyongyang and Hamhung
Associated cuisineKorean cuisine
Serving temperatureCold
Main ingredientsNoodles (flour and starch of buckwheat, potatoes, sweet potatoes)
VariationsMul-naengmyeon, bibim-naengmyeon, hoe-naengmyeon
Food energy
(per 100 g serving)
110 kcal (461 kJ)[1]
Korean name (South Korea)
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationNaengmyeon
McCune–ReischauerNaengmyŏn
IPA[nɛŋ.mjʌn]
Korean name (North Korea)
Chosŏn'gŭl
Hancha
Revised RomanizationRaengmyeon
McCune–ReischauerRaengmyŏn
IPA[ɾɛŋ.mjʌn]

Naengmyeon[2] (냉면; 冷麵, in South Korea) or raengmyŏn (랭면, in North Korea) nyɛla noodle bindirigu zaŋ n-ti North Korean ka di mali noodles shɛŋa din waɣa ka nyɛ zaɣa balli niŋda ka mali zim(flour) n-ti pahi duɣi li nima kamani buckwheat (메밀, memil), potatoes, sweet potatoes, arrowroot starch (darker color mini chewier than buckwheat noodles), n-ti pahi kudzu (, chik) duɣiri bindirigu ŋɔ. Buckwheat predominates (di yuli ŋɔ zaa yoli, di pa wheat amaa ka bɛ kamani sorrel). Naengmyeon bindiri shɛŋa dabam nyɛ "seaweed" mini green tea.

Saha ŋɔ mul naengmyeon (물 냉면) nyɛ bindiri shɛli din niŋ bayana ka tooi mali diri "Summer" saha; amaa taarihi wuhiya ni di nyɛla bindiri shɛli bɛn daa diri "winter" saha.[3][4][5]

Lahabali din yina 19th-century kundi ni zaŋ n-ti Dongguksesigi (동국세시기, 東國歲時記), wuhiya ni naengmyeon nyɛla din piligi tum Joseon Dynasty.[6] Tuuli ninvuɣ shɛba ban be northern Korea, balli lee ban be Pyongyang (평양) mini Hamhung (함흥),[7] nyɛ ban che naengmyeon niŋ bayana gili Korea North mini South Korea din daa niŋ ka Korean War ŋmɛ naai nyaaŋa.[6]

Naengmyeon nyɛla bindiri shɛli bɛn mali niŋdi "large brass" bee "stainless-steel bowl" ni tangy iced broth, julienned. Kali puuni, noodles shɛŋa din waɣa waɣa maa bɛn diri shɛli ka bɛ ŋmɛhiri li, din niŋ ka di wuhiri nyɛvuli waɣ'nli ni alaafee amaa bɛ tooi bɔhiri ban yɛn di bindirigu ŋɔ ni ŋmɛhimi li bee pɔi ka bɛ naan di, ka zaŋ scissors ŋmɛhi lala noodles ŋɔ.[citation needed]

  1. mul-naengmyeon (ko).[permanent dead link]
  2. (in Korean) 주요 한식명(200개) 로마자 표기 및 번역(영, 중, 일) 표준안. National Institute of Korean Language (2014-07-30).
    • 주요 한식명 로마자 표기 및 표준 번역 확정안 공지. National Institute of Korean Language (Press release) (in Korean). 2014-05-02.
  3. Here's why you want to go to K-Town for cold noodles, even in the middle of winter (29 December 2015).
  4. Behind Story.
  5. Korean recipes: Naengmyeon (냉면).
  6. 6.0 6.1 냉면 (Korean). Doosan Encyclopedia.
  7. Sohn, Ji-young (20 April 2018). [Weekender Pyongyang vs. Hamhung: Naengmyeons of Korea] (en). The Korea Herald.