Woon-sen also known as wunsen is a Thai term for mung bean noodles. Mung bean noodles are glass, cellophane, green bean thread, dried bean thread, or "fun-see" in Chinese. These noodles are stiff like nylon fishing line in texture and can be difficult to handle.

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