A dietary staple, Gimbap is the go-to food for anyone on the move. Traditionally, ingredients such as vegetables, egg, meat and/or crab with rice are wrapped in a layer of seaweed and cut into slices. That said, nowadays anything goes and newer fillings can include cheese, tuna and sausage! Think of it as the Korean equivalent of a sandwich - it can be modified to suit every taste, diet and occasion. Gimbap is generally sold by street vendors or by corner shops but can also be found for 2-4000won in Korean restaurants.