Have you heard of myulchu gimbap (멸추김밥)? It’s a relatively new variation of gimbap (or kimbap) that was created by a gimbap franchise in Korea. Basically, it’s gimbap made with myulchi bokkeum (stir-fried dried anchovies) as the main filling.
Stone pot full of assorted vegetables over white rice. At the table, add an uncooked egg and stir while it cooks in the hot stone pot. Drench it with sesame oil and Korean chili paste lol. My favorite Korean dish!