Korea School Lunch - Soup and Rice

Country: South Korea

Contents: Rice, soup, salad (kalbee tang), banana, omelet.

Submitted by: Anonymous

Notes: Anyone know if that is really an omelet? Also, what kind of soup and salad is it?


  1. yes and thats kalbee tang

  2. i thought it was a moo-gook(radish-soup) because of the colour. don't they make that stuff with beef in it sometimes?

  3. isn't that "omelet" a stuffed pancake. I forget the name for it but Koreans enjoy stuffed pancakes.

  4. The omelet looks like a tamagoyaki - rolled egg omelet. Commonly used in japanese bento lunches. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamagoyaki

    Making it is kind of an art form and I'd be pleased to find it in my child's lunch! http://lunchinabox.net/2007/07/10/making-tamagoyaki-or-dashimaki-tamago-omelettes/

    Chrissi, Cyber School Mom

  5. the rolled egg omelet is called "gaeran mari" which means egg roll in korean. i know cuz i'm korean ^^
    in korean, it's spelled 계란말이.

  6. 계란말이 안에 김 아니면 시금치가 들어있는 것같습니다. It looks like there's "gim" and/or spinach inside the egg roll.


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