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Wang Bulgogi Flavored Udon, 8.08 Ounce, Pack of 6


Price: $24.95
(as of Jul 28,2021 07:45:32 UTC – Details)

Udon

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Bulgogi Flavored Udon

Sweet bulgogi meets bouncy udon

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Wang Bulgogi Udon

Sweet bulgogi flavored noodle soup

An exciting match of bouncy, non-fried udon noodles with sweet bulgogi flavored soup. Thick and chewy noodles provide a satisfying slurp while the rich broth feels inviting and smooth. Slurpable and chewy, udon is perfect as an easy meal at any time of the day. The microwaveable udon bowl is quickly prepared and great as a meal on-the-go. Quicker-than-quick inventive udon bowl for everyone.

Non-fried noodle

Bulgogi flavored soup

Ready in 3 minutes

Microwaveable

Made in Korea

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Non-fried noodle

Sweet Bulgogi flavor

Warm, hearty soup

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Microwaveable

Meal on-the-go!

Made in Korea

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About Wang

Founded in Seoul, Korea, Wang is a pioneer in Korean food export since the 1970s. From essential cooking ingredients to everyday pantry items, Wang food is available in the United States, Europe, and other parts of the world.

HEALTHY AND TASTY: Whole Grain , Transfat 0g , NO MSG added, NO Preservaties, and Low Saturated Fat. Only 290 Cal per meal. Don’t Forget, For the TRUE Japanese Udon Eating Experience, Be Sure to Make LOUD SLURPING Sounds While You Eat
EASY AND CONVINENT: In a Hurry at Work? Forget the Vending Machine! This is Ready Within 3 Minutes! True Instant Meal.
ALLERGY INFO: Contains wheat, soybean, bonito,anchovy, pollack, sesame seed

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Signature SeoulBox | Authentic Korean Snacks and Epic Kpop Merch Gift Box


Price: $49.95
(as of Jul 28,2021 07:45:32 UTC – Details)

Suji Raj

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Discover an epic story of Korea behind every box, with a colorful new theme every month! At SEOULBOX, it’s our mission to bring Korea closer to your world through a hand-picked curation of authentic snacks, cute K-Pop merch, and Korean beauty treats.

Your Korea, Your Snacks, Your K-Pop, Your Journey, Your Seoul

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Korean gift Christmas BTS socks

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gift box for her Korea

Satisfy your cravings for Korea

Fulfill your Korean cravings with a complete package of authentic snacks, noodles, drinks, merch and beauty treats.

Hand-picked the best of Korea

Unbox Korea through an expert curation that carefully selected only the best of and exclusive of Korea.

Share with your loved ones

Want to gift something premium and hand-made to your family and friends? SeoulBox is the perfect fit (even if just for yourself!).

Past Boxes

Korean idol Kpop box

Korean idol Kpop box

Korea travel box

Korea travel box

K-drama goodies gift set

K-drama goodies gift set

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Korean gaming league of legends esports Faker

Idol: Your Emotional Support

We have to keep going ON and ON, and feel more ENERGETIC after finishing an entire album. Unleash your K-pop soul with snacks and goodies idols like.

Travel to Korea: Awaken your Seoul

Let’s explore what it really means to travel across Korea with local inspired snacks and fun travel goodies. Immerse yourself with our tailored tour for you.

K-Drama: Smiles, Cries & Cravings

Experience snacks which appeared in Korean dramas, are an homage of famous K-Drama dishes, or that make a perfect snack-munching drama night.

Gamer’s Box: Invitation to Korean Gaming

No need to worry about sticky fingers and messy keyboards! A Korean board game and cute laptop sticker are intended to help your lockdown blues.

What’s Inside Your SeoulBox?

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Unique Korean almonds caramel almonds and pretzel Gillim

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BT21 merch RJ gift box from Korea

Hot chicken buldak fire noodles

Hot chicken buldak fire noodles

K-beauty mask pack

K-beauty mask pack

Scrumptious Snacks

Have you ever tried honey butter almonds? Boost your foodie adventure with our selection of authentic Korean snacks.

Cute K-Pop Merch

Fulfill your K-Pop passion with super cute goodies. Meet a range of merch from BT21 to Kakao Friends to SeoulBox exclusives.

Authentic Ramyun

From Hot Chicken Ramyun to Janchi celebration noodles, meal is guaranteed in each box to fulfill your tasty Korean journey.

K-Beauty Treats

Yes, that mask pack you’ve seen from your bias’ vlog or favorite K-Dramas! A unique K-Beauty experience is awaiting for you.

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Seoulteam’s Story

Love for Korea transformed into a cute snack box

Hi Seoulmates!

Here at SeoulBox, we strive to deliver an immersive experience of Korea to you through authentic snacks and epic goodies.

Bringing Korea closer to your world

We, Suji & Raj, created SeoulBox to bring the true wonders of Korea straight to your door! Born in Busan and lived in Seoul, Suji has been fully immersed with the joys of having authentic Korean culture. Raj, a London-born K-foodie, wanted to complete his gourmet journey to Korea. Eager to bring authentic joys of discovering Korea to like-minded Korean lovers, we set up SeoulBox!

What to Expect

Assorted, premium Korean snacks

Unique Korean almonds

Authentic Ramyun noodles

Real cute K-Pop merch (Signature exclusive)

K-Beauty treats like mask pack

Culture-rich Tasting Guide

Limited-version partnership goodies

What will I get every month?

You’ll get 20 premium and exclusive Korean goodies in your Signature SeoulBox, including 4 party pack Korean snacks, Korean almonds, cup noodles, drinks, at least 1 BTS-related merch, K-Beauty treat, and many more to unleash your Korean passion. Often limited-edition goodies such as Muzik Tiger sticker or Seoul Mask is included as part of our exclusive partnership with small businesses in Korea. Each box comes with 12-page exclusive Tasting Guide to take your snacking experience to the next level.

THOUGHTFULLY HAND-CRAFTED | Satisfy your curiosity and cravings with the perfect blend of snacks and goodies. Receive items like Honey Butter Almonds, The Famous Hot Chicken Noodles, Green Tea Brownie, Korean BBQ Chips, BTS Merch, Luxurious Face Masks, and K-Pop Accessories. Start your adventure today!
DISCOVER AN EPIC SIDE OF KOREA | We curate your SeoulBox so that you can explore a hip, genuine, yet undiscovered slice of Korea every month. From K-Pop star sneak peeks to must-eat street food spots to your secret travel tips, SeoulBox takes you on a vibrant, authentic journey to Korea.
YOUR BOX IS PRETTY AWESOME | We want to bring Korea closer to you. We use our contacts and relationships to connect with the best and most exclusive snack and goody creators. Through our exciting collaborations with local brands, you’ll receive a unique experience straight to your door.
MADE WITH LOVE AND SEOUL | There’s so much to experience in your box. Our Tasting Guide is packed with tons of tips and tricks to enjoying each item however you want. We’re obsessed about everything Korean, and we have poured a lot of love and soul into your box.

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XXX Sauce by KPOP Foods. Super Spicy, Savory, and Authentic Korean Super Hot Sauce, 10.4oz Squeeze Bottle. Made with 100% Real Gochujang Korean Chili Paste. High Heat.


Price: $9.46
(as of Jul 28,2021 07:45:32 UTC – Details)

Theo

Product Description

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Enjoy a taste of Korea with this exxxtra spicy Korean chili sauce. Based on an 80-year old family recipe, this sauce is sweet, savory, and more than just 2x spicier than your average hot sauce. Made with 100% real gochujang, this sauce is trusted and used by chefs. This versatile sauce is made for hot sauce and BBQ lovers, foodies, and culinary adventurists. We love it in stir fry, as a marinade for chicken and BBQ, and in spicy ramen, burgers, and wings!

Try These Combos!

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KPOP XXX on Pasta

Balance out the creaminess of your pasta with a kick from KPOP XXX.

KPOP XXX on Pizza

Skip the chili flakes and drizzle KPOP XXX on your pizza instead!

KPOP XXX with Wings

KPOP XXX gives new meaning to ‘hot wings’.

Nutrition Facts

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KPOP XXX Spicy Meatballs

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Ingredients

1.5 cups marinara sauce, ½ cup of KPOP XXX Sauce, 20 oz ground turkey, 1 egg, beaten.

Directions

Preheat oven to 350º F. Mix marinara, KPOP XXX Sauce, egg, and ground turkey in bowl. Form turkey into golf ball sized meatballs, and place one inch apart on baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes, flip over, then bake for 5 more minutes. Serve in sandwiches, pasta, or alone if you’d like!

Our Story

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A Korean Food Love Affair

Growing up, there was nothing more exciting than sharing food for founders Theo, Chris, and Mike. In Atlanta, Theo’s grandma would bring everyone over to make a feast; in San Francisco, Chris was busy experimenting in the kitchen with Kraft cheese, kimchi, and top ramen noodles; and on the other side of the world, Mike was introducing his military buddies to Korean food in Seoul. A world away, their passion for Korean food (and soju) brought them together in 2017 and KPOP Foods was born.

Here at KPOP Foods, we’re dedicated to bringing you Korean food and flavors in a fun and refreshing way. It’s not just in our mission, but in our DNA. With delicious sauces developed by Food Network Champion and restaurateur Chris Oh, we promise you’ll love sharing them with your family and friends!

SWEET, SAVORY and SUPER SPICY – Starts off slightly sweet with a rich tangy flavor, and finishes with a super spicy kick! The perfect amount of heat and flavor.
NOT YOUR AVERAGE HOT SAUCE – Less water and no vinegar, this full bodied, thick Korean spicy sauce uses 100% real gochujang korean chili paste and Korean chili flake.
FLAVOR & SPICE MAKES EVERYTHING NICE – Use this Korean sauce with shabu shabu, korean spicy noodles, fried rice, pizza, eggs, BBQ ribs, fried wings, grilled chicken, burgers, and more.
HOT SAUCE AFICIONADOS ONLY – For super hot sauce & gochujang sauce lovers, grill masters, and foodie adventurists seeking exciting new flavors.

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KPOP Foods Variety Sauce Set, Inspired by Korean Food & Flavors: Includes KPOP Gochujang Sauce, Kimchi Spicy Mayo, Honey Glaze Chili Garlic Sauce, Recipes, and Stay Saucy Custom Box.


Price: $23.99
(as of Jul 28,2021 07:45:32 UTC – Details)

San Francisco

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KPOP Foods Variety Sauce Set

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Ready for a flavor adventure? Inspired by the wonders of Korean cuisine, this saucy sauce set contains our best-selling KPOP Gochujang Sauce, KPOP Kimchi Mayo Sauce, and KPOP Honey Glaze Sauce created from 70-year-old family recipes and award-winning chef, Chris Oh. Beautifully packaged with premium ingredients, this one-of-a-kind sauce set includes:

(1) KPOP Gochujang Sauce, 10.4 oz (1) KPOP Kimchi Mayo Sauce, 8 oz(1) KPOP Honey Glaze Sauce, 10.3 oz(3) Easy-to-make and delicious recipes(1) KPOP Foods premium custom box

Treat yourself, your friends, and your loved ones. For foodies, home chefs, globetrotters, BBQ enthusiasts, Korean BBQ, and sauce lovers. *If you’re not satisfied with your order, message us and we’ll refund your order. No questions asked.

Try these combos!

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KPOP Sauce, Eggs, Avocados, and Toast!

Sweet, savory, and rich with a kick to spice up your breakfast Use also on BBQ, pizza, veggies, eggs, rice, and more. Medium heat.

KPOP Kimchi Mayo Sauce on Sandwiches

Dip, dunk, drizzle, drench, or pour! Add a bold and zesty twist to your burgers, fries, poke bowls, burritos, pizza, tacos, and anything that calls for mayo. Low heat.

KPOP Honey Glaze Sauce and Fried Chicken Wings

Delightfully sweet and tangy with a slight kick. Use on salmon, ribs, egg rolls, dumplings, noodles, rice, and you guessed it…fried chicken wings! Low heat.

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Our Story

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A Korean Food Love Affair

Growing up, there was nothing more exciting than sharing food for founders Theo, Chris, and Mike. In Atlanta, Theo’s grandma would bring everyone over to make a feast; in San Francisco, Chris was busy experimenting in the kitchen with Kraft cheese, kimchi, and top ramen noodles; and on the other side of the world, Mike was introducing his military buddies to Korean food in Seoul. A world away, their passion for Korean food (and soju) brought them together in 2017 and KPOP Foods was born.

Here at KPOP Foods, we’re dedicated to bringing you Korean food and flavors in a fun and refreshing way. It’s not just in our mission, but in our DNA. With delicious sauces developed by Food Network Champion and restaurateur Chris Oh, we promise you’ll love sharing them with your family and friends!

FLY TO KOREA & BACK – KPOP GOCHUJANG SAUCE is a Korean chili sauce using 100% real gochujang korean chili paste, resulting in a slightly sweet, rich, tangy flavor that finishes with a spicy kick. Use on BBQ, pizza, veggies, eggs, rice, and as wing sauce. Medium heat.
GLOBAL EVERYTHING SAUCE – KPOP KIMCHI MAYO SAUCE combines Korean chili peppers, garlic, lemon, and vinegar to create a bold and zesty twist to mayo. Silky rich and deliciously creamy, use on burgers, sandwiches, fries, poke bowls, burritos, pizza, tacos, and anything that calls for mayo. Low heat.
KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN SAUCE aka KPOP HONEY GLAZE SAUCE blends honey, gochujang, jalapeños, garlic, and lime, creating a delightfully sweet and tangy flavor with a slight kick. Use this honeyed chili garlic sauce on salmon, ribs, egg rolls, dumplings, noodles, rice, and you guessed it…fried chicken wings! Low heat.
A SEOULFUL EXPERIENCE that’s as unique as you are. Treat yourself, your friends, and your loved ones. For foodies, home chefs, globetrotters, BBQ enthusiasts, Korean BBQ, and sauce lovers. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee or your money back.

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North Korea Is Using Cyberattacks To Finance Updates To Nuclear Program, UN Experts Say


UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea has modernized its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles by flaunting United Nations sanctions, using cyberattacks to help finance its programs and continuing to seek material and technology overseas for its arsenal, U.N. experts said.

The panel of experts monitoring sanctions on the Northeast Asian nation said in a report sent to Security Council members Monday that North Korea’s “total theft of virtual assets from 2019 to November 2020 is valued at approximately $316.4 million,” according to one unidentified country.

The panel said its investigations found that North Korean-linked cyber actors continued to conduct operations in 2020 against financial institutions and virtual currency exchange houses to generate money to support its weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs.

In its weapons development, the experts said, Kim Jong Un’s government has also produced fissile material — an essential ingredient for producing nuclear weapons — and maintained its nuclear facilities.

“It displayed new short-range, medium-range, submarine-launched and intercontinental ballistic missile systems at military parades,“ they said. “It announced preparation for testing and production of new ballistic missile warheads and, development of tactical nuclear weapons … and upgraded its ballistic missile infrastructure.“

The panel recommended that the Security Council impose sanctions on four North Korean men: Choe Song Chol, Im Song Sun, Pak Hwa Song, and Hwang Kil Su.

The Security Council has imposed increasingly tough sanctions on North Korea since its first test explosion of a nuclear device in 2006. It has banned most of the country’s exports and severely limited its imports, trying to pressure Pyongyang into abandoning its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

But the report’s summary and some key findings and recommendations, obtained by The Associated Press, make clear that North Korea remains able to evade sanctions and develop its weapons and to illicitly import refined petroleum, access international banking channels and carry out “malicious cyber activities.”

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A woman wearing a face mask walks past in front of a TV screen showing a news program reporting about North Korea’s military parade, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, on Jan. 15, 2021. 

North Korea’s arsenal escalated to a major threat to the United States following tests in 2017 that included a detonation of a purported thermonuclear warhead and flight tests demonstrating its ICBMs could reach deep in the American mainland.

A year later, Kim initiated diplomacy with South Korea and then-U.S. President Donald Trump that derailed in 2019 when the Americans rejected North Korea’s demands for major sanctions relief in exchange for a piecemeal deal partially surrendering its nuclear weapons capabilities.

Last year, North Korea’s already battered economy decayed further amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which led Kim to close the country’s borders. That severely limited the legal and illegal transfer of goods and movement of people, according to the experts.

At a North Korean political conference, Kim sharply criticized his government’s economic agencies for unspecified passiveness and “self-protecting tendencies,” the North’s state media reported Tuesday. His remarks follow a ruling party congress last month where he called for greater state control over the economy while also vowing to continue all-out efforts to boost his nuclear program, which North Korea sees as a deterrent to the U.S. and thus an assurance of the Kim dynasty’s continued existence.

With his diplomatic efforts stalemated, Kim must start all over again with President Joe Biden, who previously called him a “thug” and criticized Trump for summit spectacles instead of significant nuclear reductions.

In August 2019, the U.N. panel said North Korean cyber experts illegally obtained proceeds “estimated at up to $2 billion” to fund its weapons programs.

The panel said in the new report that it investigated “malicious” activities by the Reconnaissance General Bureau — North Korea’s primary intelligence agency, which is on the U.N. sanctions blacklist — including “the targeting of virtual assets and virtual asset service providers, and attacks on defense companies.”

North Korea continues to launder stolen cryptocurrencies especially through over-the-counter virtual asset brokers in China to acquire fiat currency which is government backed, like the U.S. dollar, the experts said.

The panel said it is investigating a September 2020 hack against a cryptocurrency exchange that resulted in approximately $281 million worth of cryptocurrencies being stolen, and transactions on the blockchain indicating the $281 million hack is related to a $23 million second hack in October 2020.

“Preliminary analysis, based on the attack vectors and subsequent efforts to launder the illicit proceeds strongly suggests links to the DPRK,” the experts said, using the initials of the country’s official name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

According to one unnamed country, North Korea also continues to generate illegal revenue by exploiting freelance information technology platforms using the same methods it does to access the global financial system ― false identification, use of virtual private network services, and establishing front companies in Hong Kong, the panel said.

The experts said they investigated attempted violations of the U.N. arms embargo, including illegal actions of blacklisted companies. They cited the Korea Mining Development Trading Corporation, alleged military cooperation by North Korea, and the use of the country’s overseas diplomatic missions for commercial purposes.

The panel said it also investigated “the country’s continued illicit import of refined petroleum, via direct deliveries and ship-to-ship transfers, using elaborate subterfuge.“

It cited images, data and calculations from an unidentified country showing that between Jan. 1 and Sept. 30 last year North Korea received shipments of refined petroleum products exceeding “by several times” the annual ceiling of 500,000 barrels set by the Security Council.

U.N. sanctions ban North Korean coal exports, and the panel said shipments of coal appear to have been largely suspended since late July 2020.

It said that last year, North Korea continued to transfer fishing rights in violation of sanctions, which earned the country $120 million in 2018, according to an unnamed member state.

Under a 2017 sanctions resolution, all North Korean nationals working overseas were to be repatriated by Dec. 22, 2019. The experts said they investigated North Korean workers earning income in sub-Saharan Africa as well as information technology workers dispatched by the Munitions Industry Department.





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