When my airplane finally landed in Incheon at the world’s most advanced airport, I felt very excited. Not only was it the first time for me as a German citizen to travel that far, I also knew that this journey would be something special — a Muslim spending five weeks in South Korea, a country that is …
What a bold statement! I said to myself, “Either this book is a lie or it is the Truth”. But as I read, it became very clear to me that there is no falsehood in it. I was not able to put it down, I read and read through the whole night. I was shocked and amazed, I said to myself: “This is simply the Truth”.
For Muslims living in South Korea, halal food could be a real challenge to find, a fact officials are trying to change to attract more Muslim tourists.
CAIRO – In a plan to attract more Muslim tourists, a South Korea state-run tourism promotion agency is encouraging local restaurants to seek a “Muslim-friendly certificate” to be able to serve halal food.