Arrival & Namsan Guesthouse 2
Namsangol Hanok Village
"Cari kedai nama Siti Sarah; diorang jual masakan Melayu". Kepochi that I always be; I whispered to Ms G "Siti Sarah restaurant. Yang penyanyi tu ka?" Ngek!
Yup the menu is indeed something I would normally find in Malaysia; only the price differ. But it's understandable. For me the price is reasonable; considering where the restaurant is located. Mau dapat barang mentah + halal bukan alang2 punya harga bila di sana, ok.
The view from the stairs heading to the praying hall is indeed soothing. Very calm & peaceful. It was overwhelming as well seeing the new sisters in hijab & some with niqab. For a moment there, I felt a bit embarrassed. I may born as a Muslim but the way I live my life sometimes is too far from what the Qoran teaches me to. Astagfirullah.
Anyway, it's a total bummer that I don't have any picture of Ms G wearing the black long skirt at the mosque.
As a mark of respect, those who who wished to visit the mosque have to wear an appropriate clothing. But worry not, to those who didn't dressed accordingly the management provide long skirts or sarong.
Here attached the direction map to Seoul Central Mosque from Itaewon subway station. Trust me, it's so easy to locate the mosque. Although I doubt my decreasing ability to read map these days...alhamdulillah, akhirnya sampai. Dulu baca direction dari blogs orang, aku pening lalat. I always have this kind of thinking...
With His blessing...I reached the mosque without getting lost. Out from the subway station, confident jalan ikut peta dalam minda. As the bestie always say; niat kena baik. Perbetul kalau ndak ngam.