The founder of Sin La Noodles passed away and was not named “Sin” because of its spicy taste

The news of the death of Sin Chun Ho, the founder of the Korean Nongshim Group, today (27) at the age of 90, Sin Chun Ho personally named a number of its kimchi products in the past, one of which is “Sin Ramen” because of its unique taste, sold in more than 100 countries around the world, and Sin Chun Ho in South Korea has “King of Ramen He is also known as the “King of Ramen” in Korea.

The first thing that comes to mind when you think of ramen is its spicy taste, and it is thought to be named after “spicy”, but in fact, the name is taken from the surname of the founder of the Nongshim Group, Sin Chun Ho. “The name was actually taken from the Family name of the founder of the Nongshim Group.

For example, at a tasting meeting after the development of Sinara Noodles, an employee once suggested that it might not sell well because it was too spicy, but Chun-Ho Sin insisted that it should be the unique spicy taste that won the battle, which led to the taste of Sinara Noodles today. He designed them himself.

Other popular products in Taiwan include 너구리, 안성탕면, 짜파게티, and 새우깡, which are all named by Chun-ho Sin, and for which he has earned the name He is also known as the “master of naming”.

At present, the Nongshim Group is actually headed by Sin Chun Ho’s son, Sin Dong Won, who admitted at the shareholders’ meeting on the 25th that his father was hospitalized, but he passed away on March 27th, the same day as his birthday, at the age of 90.

The founder of the Nongshim Group, Sin Chun Ho, and the chairman of another major group, Lotte Group, Sin Ge Ho, were brothers, and the two held The Japanese and Korean Food arteries.