Hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP) has received wide attention as a flavor enhancer that can replace monosodium glutamate (MSG). The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of added acid-hydrolyzed vegetable protein (aHVP) and enzyme-hydrolyzed vegetable protein (eHVP) on consumers' responses of Korean Doenjang soup. One hundred and twenty female consumers who consume Doenjang soup on a regular basis were participated in consumer test of 8 Doenjang soup samples containing a flavor enhancer such as aHVP, eHVP, or MSG. The results indicated that the HVPs showed flavor-enhancing effects similar to those of MSG, respectively. It was also found that consumers preferred specific aHVP- or eHVP-added samples to MSG-added samples. These findings suggest that HVP could be used as a flavor enhancer in Doenjang products such as Doenjang soup.