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Gangnam Ramen’s Korean fried chicken ($10 for a large order) features deep-fried chicken nuggets glazed in a Korean chilli sauce. (Photos by Eric DeGrechie/22nd Century Media)
The dumpling ramen ($10.50) is a large bowl of broth filled with dumplings, egg, mushrooms, peppers, onions and other vegetables.
The Korean BBQ bulgogi ($16) is a dish of thinly sliced ribeye beef marinated and sauteed with mushrooms, carrots, onions, scallions and broccoli, and served with sides of rice and kimchi.
The beef bibimbap ($12) is served with rice in a hot stone bowl and topped with bean sprouts, squash, bok choy, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms and a fried egg.
Gangnam Ramen’s Korean BBQ fries ($8.50) are topped with marinated ribeye beef, sour cream sauce, scallions and a Korean barbecue sauce.
Jason Addy, Contributing Editor
2:25 am CDT August 22, 2019

After decades of wowing her family and friends at get-togethers and church events, Keum Ahn — with support from her husband and children — decided it was time to show off her culinary skills to the world. 

The Ahn family opened the doors to Gangnam Ramen in February at 952 Harlem Ave. in Glenview, and local residents and Korean cuisine lovers quickly took notice, said Keum’s son Daniel, who left his job in corporate marketing to help ensure the success of his family’s first restaurant.