The one thing I miss about Korea is convenience. You can get most kinds of food delivered to you at your door very easily without incurring any additional charges. If an item you are looking for is not deliverable, you just come out of your house and ‘walk’ around for about 10 mins (sometimes less) then you can find what you are looking for most of the time. Kimbap is one of those items you can fetch very easily on your command. But the story is very different here in Australia. If I want Kimbap, then I have to drive to the nearest Korean grocery store for about 10 mins (I consider myself lucky up to this part). However, as Kimbap is a specially delivered item from a different store rather than made by the Korean grocery store itself (like from a rice cake store on this occasion); it doesn’t guarantee that I can get it when I want it. Even then, they only sell one type of Kimbap at a relatively high price (AUD $6.50 for 2 rolls of Kimbap), which has quite an ordinary taste.