Just had my lunch of my favorite ramen Nong Shim brand Neoguri (don't know if "neoguri" is the flavor in Korean, or what).
I have long been a fan of these ever since I found them in my neighborhood corner store in NYC. When we lived in DC, I was buying a couple of them at our local Korean grocery and the guy at the register felt compelled to warn me about them. "You know these are hot, right?" "Yes, I know." "No, they are very hot..." "Yes, I know, I've had them before." "OK [skeptical look]."
The "seafood" flavor is sort of a vague fishy taste, along with seaweed, overlayed with a LOT of red pepper. The ingredients include such delicious items as cuttlefish and "sea tangle". Yum. The flavor packet is about 2 1/2 tablespoons and I would bet that 2 tablespoons of that is red pepper. This stuff is excellent for clearing out the sinuses. The noodles are "udon" type, which are thicker and chewier than your basic ramen kind. A friend of mine who spent some time in Korea says these are extra good if you lay a slice of American cheese across the top of the soup to let it melt. I'm not so sure about that, I still haven't tried it that way. Another serving suggestion is to wait until you have a minute or two left of cooking time and crack an egg in the pot, Japanese udon-style. That's pretty good.
All I can say is that this is one of those foods that you will either like or not, right away.