What can I expect at a restaurant specializing in ssambap and what is the protocol.
I think I may have eaten ssambap or ssambap style before in that I have had Korean BBQ plenty of times and wrapped the meat in lettuce leaves along with other veggies, sesame-fermented bean paste sauce, and sesame oil-soy sauce dip. That counts as ssambap, right? Bap means rice, I think. What is the ssam part?
There is a restaurant nearby that just opened that specializes in ssambap, and I want to know more about this style of dining so that I can be in the know about what to expect when I go check the place out.