I want to write about the food part,where his twin seller sells by the roadside called Kimbap.
Kimbap is everywhere in Korea. You can find those at public area and most common Korean restaurant.
It's simple and easy to eat, as it's portable friendly - Some even brought along for picnic and even hiking.
For me, Kimbap taste like Japanese Futomaki without wasabi or soy sauce.
It's self contained of Korean rice and fillings wrapped in a large sheet of seaweed.
Sometime, it looks like lemang
I've been trying to taste the Kimbap all these while.
The only and major problem that I face is that it comes with ham, at least.
I've just finished watching Korean Drama "I'm sorry I love you" (I know I'm too late).