Did you get to try The Rapokki (ramen + tteokbokki) from Costco?

Richie and I went on theq hunt for the famous Rapokki (ramen + tteokbokki) being sold at certain Costco locations. Luckily, the Costco near our house had a full pallet of these bad boys and we snagged a bag! 

The bag comes with 3 sets (rice cakes 3 each + sauces 3 each + ramen 3 each + spring onion flakes 3 each). It was a level 4 in spicy! How hot and tasty!  

Cooking Direction (For 1 Set)

1) Wash rice wake with water and drain it. 

2) In a pot, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Add rice cakes, sauce and cook for 4 minutes, stirring occasionally. 

3) Put noodle and dry spring onion into the pot and then boil it 3-4 minutes more. 

4) Add extra toppings like kimchi, cheese, green onions, and spam. Enjoy! 

It was so simple and easy to make! It only took us 8 minutes total. Our first bite was full of flavor and spice. We definitely felt the heat rushing through our mouth and it did not stop burning. I was in love with the rice cakes! It was so soft and chewy. The ramen noodles were not bad. It did soak in the spiciness pretty well from the broth. The added plus was all of the toppings we included which really made the whole meal come together. 

Traditionally, this Korean dish is eaten as a midnight snack. To our surprise, we thought it was perfect for a family meal and made us full pretty quickly. Overall, we had a fun time making and trying this Korean product out.  

Watch Costco Rapokki (ramen + tteokkbokii) 😍, Kimchi, Cheese, & Spam 🙌


Richie Anothaisintavee


Angela Nguyen


Instagram: @angelamedia



  • Kate Li

    I was so excited to try the Assi Original Rapokki. I bought a box of 6 from Costco (packaging is different from that you have). I don’t know if it’s a different brand.

    Sadly, I was really disappointed I. The flavor was just not there for me. It was too sweet and not spicy at all. I would not buy this again.

    • Natasha Nguyen

      Hi Kate! The brand we tried was from Dong Won Rapokki. I do hear from others that it’s more sweet than spicy for them too. I think it just matters on the person. It was spicy and a little sweet at the same time for us.

      So now I know not to get the Assi Original Rapokki. I appreciate your input on that! 🙂

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