[Sung Gyung Food] Green Tea Laver (14 pack)


Sung Gyung Food Green Tea Laver

Our personal favorite

[Sung Gyung] Green Tea Laver

We order Sung Gyung Green Tea Laver throughout the year. We think it's the best-tasting laver (gim) in Korea. 

The gim is toasted crispy, lightly oil'd and seasoned perfectly. It reminds us of the gim that we grew up eating - the ones packed in our dosirak lunchboxes. Now, the name of this product is "Green Tea Laver" because a small amount of green tea extract is sprinkled into the laver mix. It's added primarily for health benefits, but you can neither taste nor smell the green tea. Rest assured, it has that classic gim flavor. 

Note: The packaging may look outdated - in comparison to the gim made by large food conglomerates. That's because Sung Gyung is a smaller, regional manufacturer. What it lacks in creative packaging, it makes up with incredible flavor and texture. Best of all, they follow a make-to-order principle to ensure that customers get fresh laver.  

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
MA (Singapore)
Good texture and taste!

This gim has a nice light, crispy texture. I enjoyed it with a bowl of rice for a quick meal. It tastes good on its own, too!

Product Highlights

  • Our #1 personal favorite brand for laver
  • Seasoned with natural, sea-salt (including a touch of green tea extract)
  • 14 individual packages (each package is a 1-person serving)

Sung Gyung Food Green Tea Laver - Product Matrix - Gochujar
Sung Gyung Food Green Tea Laver - Product Photo - Gochujar
Product In Brief

Main Ingredients

Seaweed (Laver), Corn Oil, Perilla Oil,

Sea Salt, Green Tea Powder (0.1%)

    Storage Tips

    Expiration period: 1 year 3 months

    Store in a cool, dry area

      What to Make

      Eat by itself

      Eat with a bowl of rice

      Garnish over dishes

        About the Brand

        Started in 1994, Sung Gyung is a regional company producing premium laver products. They have received HAACP certification. 

          How is Gim Made?

          Sung Gyung Food Green Tea Laver - Product Photo - Gochujar

          Korean Gim starts with harvesting edible seaweed (red algae). But not from any ocean! Gim is harvested specifically from the waters surrounding the Korean Peninsula, starting from late-December to mid-April. 

          The harvested seaweed is finely chopped and mixed into a large vat of water - like a soup. The soup mixture is then scooped over rectangular porous mats. The water passes through the mat and a thin layer of seaweed mix is left behind. This thin layer is baked at a high temperature (or sun-dried). Then seasoned with oil & salt and baked once more. 

          How is it advertised in Korea

          "Your child's a picky eater? Try Sung Gyung Gim... it works everytime!"

          Product faq

          Q: What country is this sourced from?
          Q: Is this toasted and seasoned?
          Q: Can I use this for gimbap?
          Q: Is laver healthy?
          Q: How many servings is this?

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          About The Brand

          Sung Gyung Food - Logo - Gochujar

          Sung Gyung is a regional company specializing in premium laver products. They have received HAACP certification. They follow a make-to-order strategy to ensure that all shipped products are fresh and of the best quality.

          That's it folks!