So, this is Kimbap. I would describe it as the Korean version of a sandwich. Not in flavor, but in accessibility and convenience. It’s everywhere.
Here’s an easy recipe if you’re interested in making it, or if you just want to check out what the ingredients are like you can see them here as well:
The one in the picture is Tuna Kimbap, of JamJi Kimbap in Korea. I would describe it as infinitely better than normal Kimbap…mostly because there’s mayonnaise in it. Right now, I love smothering it in sweet sweet spicy Kimchi.