Mul Naengmyeon is a cold noodle dish. It’s a popular dish found in many Korean restaurants but it originally was a North Korean (more specifically Pyongyang) delicacy that became more-widespread during/after the Korean War when North Korean refugees moved down south and started serving it in restaurants and at home.
Anyways, North Korean foods generally tend to be more subtlety flavored than their South Korean counterparts… so much so that many people, when they try Pyongyang style naengmyeon for the first time, actually do not like it. But it grows on you and before you know it, you find yourself craving the delicate umami of a good bowl of Pyongyang naengmyeon.
That being said, for me, Eulmildae (을밀대) was love at first bite. The noodles are thicker and chewier than your typical naengmyeon noodles and the broth was so freaking good. Easily one of the best bowls of naengmyeon I ever had!