This paper examines the characteristics and limitations of Islamic cultural Contents, especially the Masjid visiting programme of the Korea Muslim Federation(KLM). Edinburgh Central Masjid offers non-Muslim visitors the chance to experience Islamic festivals and multi-culture education. Since the images of Islam are distorted by Western media, Korean Muslims try to recover their images through the visiting programme. This programme consists of key stages. First, preparation is necessary. Studying Islam through reference books helps students to understand Islamic cultures. Second, Islamic films makes non-Muslim participants to overcome their bias. Third, lectures delivered by Muslims focus on five pillars and six beliefs as the foundations of Islamic worldview. Fourth, Islamic customs and cultures are different from our ones in terms of the status and value of woman. Fifth, to come into male prayer room gives participants the direct experience to see Islamic arts and Masjid`s interiors. In conclusion, Seoul Masjid visiting programme in useful for non-Muslims to understand Islam. But it has several points to be improved for its effectiveness.