This is a pretty good place to grab lunch. Kum Da Rae does a lot of soup--udon, cold soba, mul naeng myun, etc. They also make appetizers like steamed or fried dumplings and dukbokee (sp?). My favorite dish there is the mul naeng myun, a cold beef broth and soba noodle soup. The owner is really nice, and will occasionally bring over some extra kim bap, which is sort of like a sushi roll with radish, egg, and ham.