Saengseon-chobap (Raw Fish on Rice) is a Korean dish similar to Japanese Sushi which is made from thin slices of raw fish and a small amount of Wasabi are placed on top of bite-sized lumps of white rice that has been cooked with a little vinegar and sugar

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