The Seoul Central Mosque is located in Hannam-dong.
The Seoul Central Mosque was completed in 1976 when the Middle East construction boom was at its peak. The site was donated by the Korean government. A number of Middle Eastern countries, including Saudi Arabia, provided financial support for the construction of the mosque.
At the Seoul Central Mosque, worship services take place five times a day. Various information and facilities are provided to help Muslims at the mosque. Free Arabic lectures on Islamic culture and Islamic books and videos are also available.
Address: 39, Usadan-ro 10-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul