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comment Is there a word for the type of onigiri that comes in the triangular wrap that keeps the nori fresh?
@Jason: I don't know. I only know that I eat these things a lot in both countries and in Korea it seems everybody calls it "samgak gimbap" and it is lablled thusly on the shelves and packaging, whereas in Japan everybody calls it "onigiri" and it is labelled thusly on the shelves and packaging. But in Japan I know the term also refers to other things.
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comment Is there a word for the type of onigiri that comes in the triangular wrap that keeps the nori fresh?
@Jason: I'm not talking about the etymology of the Korean word, I'm talking about the referent of the Korean word. At least I have never seen these food items given any other term and I have never seen this Korean term applied to any other food item.