We were Skyping with my parents in Korea one evening while they were busy making sushi, known as kimbop in Korean, for an upcoming dinner they were hosting. Ever since that evening, Divine has asked me to make some for dinner. While I haven't made the seaweed specialty to eat yet, I made her one to adorn her fair locks until then. Sometimes I tickle me.
*A "Fortunately" Moment: Post Edit--Divine slipped and fell straight on her back last night and had she not been wearing her kimpbop, she would have bopped her head! She was upset her kimbop got dirty. I told her it just looked like pepper.
You are so creative! I love the beads inside. :)ReplyDelete
KIMBOP FOR THE HAIR!!!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
THEY WOULD SELL LIKE HOTCAKES IN KOREA! (ACTUALLY LIKE KIMBOPS!)
OK. I told your dad I think we should invest in you and your brain!ReplyDelete
Kim pap is good stuff--and I agree with Kurt that it would sell in S. Korea. So what are your parents doing in Korea?ReplyDelete
Rob, they're serving a mission there--is that where you served? and it's pap?ReplyDelete
looks mmmmmbop to me, Hansen anyone? I couldn't resist. :) My girls loved Hansen during their prime and that song still makes me rock and sing along just like this kimbop makes me crave sushi. Well done Kati. Tina (anne's mominlaw)ReplyDelete
Oh, I want one! You should put it on Itsy shop. It is so beautiful! -TisseReplyDelete
you should do a kimchi pin now.ReplyDelete
Ooooh! The Asian food possibilities are endless!ReplyDelete
A must sell on your Etsy! (or should I say WILL sell). Glad Divine's pop on the head was padded.ReplyDelete
SO COOL! Sell it and I'll buy one.ReplyDelete
Right, I was in the Seoul West mission. I've usually seen it spelled pap but who cares? It's just a Romanization so as long as it roughly captures the Korean pronunciation then that is all that matters..ReplyDelete