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Thursday, December 9, 2010


Itaewon is a unique place in Seoul where one can meet people of diverse nationalities and cultures. Seoul even designated Itaewon as its first ‘Special Tourism District,’ to highlight it as a destination for internationals to enjoy a diversity of culture, shopping, and entertainment experiences.

High quality leather products in Korea can be found here at reasonable prices (though haggling is expected) as well as various types of traditional Korean souvenirs. Counterfeit goods and clothing are ubiquitous and of varying quality, but some genuine goods which are produced in Korea for the international market as well as some authentic imports can sometimes be found here. Itaewon is also known to have various tailors that peddle their services for making custom-made suits.

Many restaurants serving international dishes are found in this area including cuisine from India, Pakistan, Egypt, Turkey, Thailand, and Mexico, foods that are not widely available in Korea. The most important thing is, most of foods here are HALAL.

We stop at Sultan's Kebab House to have our lunch. The kebab here are very-very delicious and tasty, but the price is not reasonable indeed. It's cost us 4,500 won for one set of kebab with cola, that's is equivalent to RM15 per set.

Sultan's Kebab House

The Seoul Central Mosque is also located in Itaewon.

Itaewon, the city for Muslims

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