Vietnamese baguette sandwiches are one of the country's greatest culinary exports, but among the canon of East Asian breaded eats, they can be real attention hogs -- it's always mi, mi, mi.
To show that Eastern Asia isn't a one-bun pony, we've compiled a list of nine other sandwiches that deserve a place in your mouth.
Rou jia mo
The meat: Most often stewed pork or lamb in gravy, but can really be almost any type of meat
The toppings: Cucumber, lettuce, herbs, chili sauce
The bread: "Mo", a type of wheat flatbread traditionally baked in a clay or mud oven, but now often fried, because frying is way better
With a birth date around 221BC, many claim this Qin Dynasty creation to be the first sandwich in history (suck it, Earl).