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What Jumeokbap Symbolizes For Korea

In China and Taiwan, they're called fan tuan, per Vice, while in Japan, they are known as onigiri or omusubi, according to Just One Cookbook. Rice balls may have been nourishing Asians for centuries, but jumeokbap is more than a savory appetizer for Koreans. My Korean Kitchen says jumeokbap, which means "fist rice," has been around for centuries.

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    What Jumeokbap Symbolizes For Korea

    What Jumeokbap Symbolizes For Korea

    In China and Taiwan, they're called fan tuan, per Vice, while in Japan, they are known as onigiri or omusubi, according to Just One Cookbook.

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