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Built on a 262 meter peak in Namsan Park, the tower reaches to 480 meters above sea level. When the weather and pollution levels cooperate, visiting the observation tower (370 meters above sea level) allows you to view the entire city and...more
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First I must say that during Chuseok is not the best time to visit Namsan Seoul tower. The queus was out of this world, so many people visited Namsan tower during the holiday (we visited Namsan on the 2nd day of Chuseok). Not only the...More
10,000 won to go up the elevator to take photos like this; hard to trust the perfectly transparent walls in the toilet assuming someone is definitely watching me doing the business. wondered what’s it like at night!
We took a bus to reach the Tower. We did not go to the top of the tower but there were a few levels from the ground up, that gave us a wonderful view of Seoul and surroundings. We had a bite to eat avail...More
This is a nice little excursion, but quite touristy and a little tacky! It can be easily reached by metro and cable car, and price is very reasonable (around €7 round trip in a cable car). From the main area there are several viewing points...More
We walked from our hotel. Got to a very steep hill to climb up and some stairs to get to the cable car. We waited for 30mins to get the cable car and then 90 mins to get into the tower to go up. The...More
Can not argue that the views from the top are nice.
The tower itself is not all that great.
Low end souvenirs at the top.
You can mail s post card from the tower.
Love locks are cute.
Not bad but not a must see.
Seoul Tower is an iconic site to see in Korea. A little known fact is the color the tower is lit, actually indicates visibility conditions. Blue is clear and best viewing, green is next best equaling a little hazy, and red means bad air quality...More
Situated in the center of Seoul, Namsan is Seoul’s most well-known hill for having the iconic N Seoul Tower perched on top of it. It’s not just the picturesque views from Namsan Park that make it a top draw, but N Seoul Tower’s status as a site for lovers from around the world who come on a daily basis to place a lock on the tower’s fence, professing their love to the external world. Nature lovers will be
rewarded should they take the time to walk through the often overlooked Namsan Park with its trails of beautiful scenery that change seasonally, excellent views of Seoul, and attractions such as Namsangol Hanok Village.
I thought that too in the beginning that dining in at one of the restaurants will give you free entrance to the Observatory deck. But when I look at my payment receipt, it was stated that I was paying both Tower entrance and... More
I thought that too in the beginning that dining in at one of the restaurants will give you free entrance to the Observatory deck. But when I look at my payment receipt, it was stated that I was paying both Tower entrance and restaurant reservation. That was last month. I hope they change it now a days.