Kimgane is my favourite Kimbap place in Korea. One shop I will definitely miss when I move to Australia.
On the way home, after grocery shopping on Sunday, we stopped at Kimgane to get some Kimbap. We’d been shopping for about 2 hours, so we couldn’t wait until we get home. As usual, it was very crowded, though I remind you it is a quite small size shop.
I ordered Chamchi Kimbap (참치김밥, Tuna Kimbap) and Sogogi Kimbap (소고기 김밥, Beef Kimbap).
Both are 2500 won each (US $2.60).
While a lady was making Chamchi Kimbap, I was carefully watching her to learn how to roll it. (It is slightly different to making vegetable kimbap) I could feel my eyes were flaming out of eagerness to learn. 😉 Hopefully I can demonstrate well for my readers next time when I make it. 😀
When we got home, I unpacked them like a beast.
I tasted Sogogi Kimbap first. I expected it to taste like bulgogi, but it didn’t. (I can’t guarantee though, I think it is just marinated with soy sauce.) However, they both were really good, yet I still like Chamchi Kimbap best. Two thumbs up!
- Left – Sogogi Kimbap (Beef Kimbap)
- Right – Chamchi Kimbap (Tuna Kimbap)