Ride the elevator to the top levels of N Seoul Tower, a broadcast and observation tower. Serving as South Korea's first general radio broadcasting tower, the 236.7 m (777 ft) structure also includes four floors of attractions interspersed with observation platforms. Visit the teddy bear museum and stop by the observation points, or take a seat at the French or Korean restaurant to dine with sweeping views of Seoul below. Check out the roof terrace and its thousands of "Locks of Love." Before you head to Seoul, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Seoul online journey maker , to make sure you see all that Seoul has to offer, including N Seoul Tower.
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Seoul City Sightseeing Tour Including Gyeongbokgung Palace, N Seoul Tower, and Namsangol Hanok Village BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $90
Duration: 8 hours
N Seoul Tower Reviews
Touristy, yes, but a must see when in Seoul. Great to walk down from the top, and don't miss the love locks! more »
J'ai eu la chance de monter au dernier étage de cette tour. On a une vue impressionnante sur la ville de Séoul où l'on distingue le seul quartier encore historique et les gratte-ciel. C'est à faire. S... more »I got the chance to climb to the top floor of this tower. There are impressive views of the city of Seoul where one distinguishes the only historic and skyscrapers. It is to do. If you are in a group, the bus takes you to the most, otherwise the coast is a bit steep but do it anyway.
Such an amazing view of Seoul. Even if you don’t get a ticket to go up the tower, it’s totally worth going up the cable car or hiking up the hill. Between the tower and cable car is an area where there are thousands of keys locked into fences and sculptures which is a very beautiful sight. Going up the tower is also nice but it’s quite small at the top. There is a cafe or two and a couple shops but other than that, just enjoy the view out of windows that have major world cities written on them in the direction they could be found.
You can pay a minimal fee for the cable car or choose to jog up to the peak. Both times I've visited was winter so it was really cold and windy. Best time to visit is during sunset but the line could be long so go early and just wait for it. The night view is amazing as you can see Seoul glittering with lights. You can also choose to go up the observatory but as a budget traveler, the view on the peak is already enough. There are food kiosks and coffee shops up there so no need to worry about your tummy. There are benches around so you could take a rest while admiring the view.
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