"Most kimchi, kimbap second" is the typical saying of Korean cuisine. That kimbap is extremely famous, popular in this country. This is also a dish that Koreans often introduce to international friends when they visit, live and work away from home. Today, you can easily enjoy kimbap in Korean restaurants
Kimbap also known as gimbap is the name of the rice dish wrapped in seaweed (kim means seaweed, bap is rice). Koreans often make kimbap to eat during picnics or outdoor events, or during light lunches. Kimbap is often eaten along with radish or kimchi.
If kimbap is similar to Japanese maki (the same rice rolls in seaweed) but in size the kimbap will be a bit larger and multiply inside the kernel more components. With the same size of seaweed leaves, you will make 6 maki halves with the kimbap the number will be 12 or more.
I would like to come to Korea to enjoy kimbap made by native people