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in the world! Charm PD here from Thirsty Korean TV!
Good to see you all! Hello Creamies! So today! I’ve reviewed Aram Gamjatang
(pork back bone stew). They give you a huge amount for $8.5. So I reviewed it. They’ve released a new product. The price is insane! I think the owner went crazy. Before, it was gamjatang. But this is soy sauce braised back bones. They’re a back bone restaurant. So they’ve launched this. I was aware of this product when it was first released.
But it was around $12.7. I didn’t think it was that cheap. But I looked it up again today. It’s on sale! The price is 9,000 KRW(7.6 USD)! I’ll show you what’s inside. About 2 servings of back bone. This is the soy sauce. Most importantly, they give you this much
sliced veggies and glass noodles. Kimchi. And wasabi soy sauce. All we need to do is boil. Normally, you have to pay at least $20 – $40
to enjoy braised back bones. Will this $7.6 braised back bones be tasty? I’ll cook it right away! The packaging isn’t that nice. But that’s acceptable
since the price is low. There’s a lot of broth. Let’s open it. The packaging isn’t nice
since they’re a small restaurant. The soy sauce (broth). It’s a lot! Let’s add the veggies. Add the thickest one first. If you hate carrots, don’t add them. But they add a sweet flavor. You should add carrots. (dad joke) Be thankful for the potatoes. (dad joke) Just put ’em all in. The glass noodles have been soaked. I’ll put it in last. I’ll add the rest when it boils. The bones. There’s lots of meat. Same as the ones served in restaurants. 1 2 3 4 They give you 5 bones. It’s like a Andong Jjimdak (braised chicken) style braised back bones. 1 person could feast on this. Or 2 people could share this. The bones aren’t Korean.
They’re from Canada. Korean back bones are rarely used. Imported ones are normally used. They taste better. And Korean bones don’t have much meat. That’s why imported bones are widely used.
They’re cheaper too. They give you this much chili. Add it all if you like spicy food. If you don’t like spicy food,
or if you’re eating with children, don’t add this. This alone is worth $1.7. Note that the potatoes are very thick. They’re this thick. So let’s push them to the bottom. You have to keep boiling while you eat. I think thinner slices would have been better,
since it’ll cook faster. But presuming from the amount of broth, I think they’ve considered the cooking time
and the amount broth that will boil down. That’s my theory. I’ll boil for a long time. Now, let’s add the veggies. I like spicy food.
So I’ll add all the chili. It’s a lot.
I’ll put it all in. And then, the onions and spring onions. It’s a lot! It’s almost overflowing. For this amount, we have to bow to them. It’s that much. I’ll boil it and add glass noodles. Now let’s add the glass noodles. It’s overflowing. Let’s boil more. This is too much! (x2) In the meantime, Let’s drink some Blue Night soju. Charm! Charm! Charm~! (What are those chopsticks?) Since lot’s of people criticize my chopstick skills.
(correctional chopsticks for children) It’s radish kimchi served in restaurants. The amount is really… I’ve put everything in. I should try it. When should we eat this? Eat it when the potatoes are cooked. I’ll try it while it boils down. There are sesame seeds in the broth. It’s a soy sauce based jjimdak sauce. I’ve put in all the chili.
So it’s very spicy. I think we need to boil more. The flavor isn’t rich yet. I’m only getting a sweetness. I’ll assess it a bit later. The base isn’t exceptional,
but it’s pretty good. The glass noodles. It has absorbed the broth. It’s nice and spicy. It’s not greasy. The glass noodles are crazy. Charm! Charm! Charm~! Let’s try a back bone. It’s very tender,
and it’s coming apart. This is all meat. The meat comes apart. It’s very soft. It’s not tough. It’s like pulled pork. It comes apart like this. With some soy sauce. Check out the bone. It has lots of meat. It’s been braised nicely. The meat comes off so easily. Charm! Charm! Charm~! It lacks the rich flavor of soy sauce
that’s been boiled for a long time. The onions add a sweetness.
And the broth itself is sweet. It is sweet.
But not too sweet. It has a salty and very spicy finish. The broth isn’t as good as
a delicious Andong jjimdak broth. It lacks a bit of flavor. I wouldn’t say it’s not tasty though. The bone meat is very tender. You could easily suck it out
even if you have weak teeth. It’s easy to eat. There’s a unique foul scent
that all imported bones have. You get a light stale scent at first. But with the dipping sauce, it goes away. There’s a light foul scent.
I can’t say there isn’t any. It’s the best anju you can get for $7.6. Compared to the expensive braised bones, it’s less savory and lacks overall. But compared to its price,
this is outstanding. It’s unbelievably cheap. You should put in all the chili. If you don’t,
the flavor will be a bit too bland. The chili plays a key role. You can boil down the broth. It could be tastier when boiled down. A big piece of potato. It’s good! Charm! Charm! Charm~! I’m already full. So refreshing! It’ll become tastier as you boil more. It’s such a nice soju anju for just $7.6. This doesn’t make sense. I’m saying this for people
that are picky about smell. But most of you will be satisfied
with this at this price. I’ve finished the bones. You can use this nice broth in many ways. That was good. Charm! Charm! Charm~! *Final Verdict* Today! I was going to add rice,
but there’s a problem with the YouTube server. I’ve wrapped up early
because my viewers were complaining. I’ll be frank about the taste. Compared to the price,
it’s the best. The veggies are fresh. And this isn’t a retort product. As far as I know, the amount and price is unbeatable compared to other uncooked online products. It’s the best. The soy sauce broth flavor isn’t rich. It’s sweet and tastes like veggie broth. Anyone would like it. But some may find it too light. The veggies and glass noodles were very good. Especially the potatoes. There were plenty of meaty bones. The meat was tasty and easy to eat. But the bones didn’t taste like freshly cooked bones. It tasted old. The meat itself doesn’t have a foul smell. It’s the scent you get when you eat at a
24 hour restaurant early in the morning. Bone restaurants have a unique scent. This has that scent. If you’re very picky about smell,
you shouldn’t order this. But if you want to try
braised bones at this price, I think some of you will find this tasty. The amount alone is satisfying. I am very satisfied. That’s my opinion. Well folks! This was Charm PD from the Thirsty Korean TV! If you enjoyed this video… (Like & Subscribe) Please~! I’ll see you all next time! Bye~! Signing off! *Thirsty Korean TV* (How’s his shirt?) It’s all over my shirt! Bummer! It’s fine! *Thirsty Korean TV*