Kimbap is kind of like Korean sushi. It's a roll made with rice, laver (seaweed), and various other ingredients. It's a really flexible dish that can be made using whatever you have in the house. But here's how I made it.
4 to 5 cups of steamed white rice
1 tablespoon vinegar - either apple cider or rice wine are preferable
1 teaspoon sugar
1/4 teaspoon sesame oil
1 teaspoon sesame seeds
8 to 10 pieces of laver (roasted seaweed)
3 pieces of odeng (fishcake) or you could use spam or ground beef or any other protein you like
1 bunch of spinach, blanched
1 chunk of danmooji (Korean pickled radish), cut into strips
1 carrot, julienned
3 eggs + 3 tablespoons of cream (milk or water are also acceptable)
I mixed the rice with the vinegar, sugar, and sesame oil while the rice was still warm (otherwise it'll be harder to mix). You don't necessarily have to flavor the rice but it's definitely yummier that way.