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English: An array of bibim ssambap (a variant of bibimbap and ssambap) and banchan (small side dishes) at a restaurant in [Gyeongju], North Gyeongsang province, South Korea. Bibimbap is a rice dish usually consisting of various sauteed vegetables, mushroom, and minced meat. It is eaten after the ingredients are mixed together with a spicy chili pepper sauce called "gochujang". Ssambap is a rice dish served with various side dish and leaf vegetables to wrap them together with a sauce.
한국어: 대한민국 경상북도 경주시의 명물인 쌈밥의 일종인 비빔쌈밤과 반찬
Date 9 May 2008
Author by Jinho Jung from South Korea
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