The Seoul Central Mosque (Korean: 서울중앙성원) is a mosque opened in 1976 in Itaewon, Seoul, South Korea. It is located in Hannam-dong, Yongsan District. It holds lectures in English, Arabic, and Korean. Friday prayers regularly attract between four hundred and five hundred worshipers in the afternoon, though regular attendance has sometimes been known to climb as high as eight hundred people.
In the decade or so before the construction of the mosque, the Korean Muslim Federation (originally known as the Korean Muslim Society) held services in a makeshift prayer hall located in the downtown area of Seoul. Fewer than three thousand Muslims were known to be living in Korea at the time.
Nuhyil | Feb 4, 2018
Great mosque which is build back in 70’s by Saudi kingdom and first mosque in Seoul Very helpful imam and people around it
Olivia Appelbe | Jan 10, 2018
very nice place. friend told me about this place and was not disappointed
Bob anw | Dec 13, 2017
Beautiful Mosquera,some non muslim people come here to learn about islam
Weka99 WeKa | Nov 3, 2017
Great Mosque on Korea, center of moslem near Itaewon & Seoul.. Many moslem spot here
Listiani Artha | Sep 9, 2017
one of biggest mosque in seoul, located in itaewon street. it is surrounding by muslim friendly shops and travel agent. there are some halal markets near the mosque and some of other country's original food to be tasted. recommended course for muslim traveller
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