Becii.7648 Posted March 2 Share Posted March 2 (edited) This bugged me a bit on my first playthrough, but now on my 2nd one I took another closer look esp on the waiters plate and they look way more like Gimbap (Korean: 김밥) to me.. Maybe Im just assuming things now, but hear me out! They prob only went with Sushi coz its more known. Some ppl even might argue whats the difference?! I mean its the rice seasoning mostly, but who knows stuff like that... Oh ye me... Anyway the take away should be if you have no clue what Gimbap is and you are a bit afraid of raw fish in your local Sushi. Try Gimbap its amazing. I used to love Sushi but I prefere Gimbap these days. I mean I eat both anyway. xD BUT SRSLY! .. try Gimbap if you didnt. Oh and here is a link to a Picture for refrence, why I think its Gimbap and not Sushi and the ingame Version. ^^ Gimbap or Kimbap Ingame Plate PS: If you are wondering what Kimbap/Gimbap means its actually easy its Kim for the Seeweed Sheet ( You may also know the Japanese word Nori for it) and Bap for rice or meal. Edited March 2 by Becii.7648 Link didnt work lel 1 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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