Hi, fellow birdies! Today, I’m having Jjajangmyeon! Be sure to like, comment, and subscribe! Let’s mix it up with the sauce. Hear that sound? Stirring the noodles creates such tingles! Let’s get a bite ready. Bear with me, I’m not good with chopsticks! First big bite! This has a salty black soybean paste, slightly bitter. It’s my favorite Korean noodle dish, though! I decided to do a video just with the noodles. Because those are very popular in the community! Plus, how often do I do noodles? Not often enough! Bear with me as I eat this, I’m not a pro! I’ll need more practice with noodles, for sure! The reason I like these so much is that they aren’t spicy. I can’t handle spicy very well 🙁 In total, I’m eating about 21oz of noodles here. This was my breakfast, so I had room! These are so delicious! Have you tried them before? I purchased these at my local Farmer’s Market. They have a ton of Korean foods there! Black bean noodles consists of chunjang, pork, and vegetables. I’m not sure if this had the pork and veggies. The struggle with chopsticks is real LOL I’ll get better with time! These noodles were introduced to Korea by Chinese merchants in 1905. But the flavor evolved to suit Korean’s taste buds over time Eating these noodles makes me happy to take part in Korean food culture! Sorry for so many big bites. But it’s very tasty! One tip to gather the noodles is by twirling the chopsticks. Good big bite! If you’d like to make your own homemade version… There are plenty of recipes online. Give it a go! We are coming down to the last of the noodles. So they’re easier to pick up! I was starting to get pretty full, at this point. Almost done! That’s all I can get. Satisfied and happy! See you next time! Bye, birdies!