N Seoul Tower, Seoul
Categories: Lookouts, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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." Put N Seoul Tower on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Seoul holiday planner.
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While in Seoul, you can see the North Tower from almost any location. Visit here in the fall or winter for the best photos. The restaurant inside has an amazing view, but is a bit pricy.
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If the weather is good then the view from top is amazing, also the love locks is kind of cool to see. The restaurant above are good option. Overall a nice weekend sight seeing place.
Absolutely a waste of time. I expected this to be a nice ride up with a great view from Namsan Mountain. Instead, I was met with a barrage of carnival barker type salespeople. Literally shouting at me to buy what appeared to be nothing more than legitimate junk. It was very hard to escape that environment an be at peace trying to overlook Seoul. The city really needs to stop force feeding trinkets and things people just do no want as gifts on tourists. Definitely not recommended to stop here.
One of lovely place in South Korea shouldn't be missed if you travel to Korea ,Atop Namsan Mountain (262 meters) in the heart of Seoul stands N Seoul Tower (236 meters). Completed in 1969, this beloved city landmark has come to represent the city itself and has been Seoul's most visited observation deck for several decades. The tower itself is a major attraction as it is brightly illuminated in the evening. The tower is lit blue when the dust density in the air is 45㎍/㎥ or lower, and white when greater than 45㎍/㎥. To get to N Seoul Tower, start at the Namsan Mountain cable car. After reaching the tower, visit the outdoor terrace and observation deck for a panoramic view of Seoul. Also be sure to spend some time with the adorable teddy bears at the Teddy Bear Museum.For a 360 degree view of Seoul, take the elevator to the observatory. There are several restaurants and cafés on the first through fifth floors. The upscale n•GRILL seems to attract guests celebrating special occasions, while the Korean restaurant HANCooK caters to family visitors. For those who are skipping dining, there is also an observatory café for coffee and pastries, and on the second floor (T2), simple snacks and beverages are also available. Also, don't miss the famous Sky restroom with a view.
Really disappointing. It's a great view but they made it into a tourist trap. I went before in 2008 and back then they didn't have shops, allow food and drink, have cheesy green screen photos, or blast music in the observation deck. What used to be a serene look out to Seoul is now overcrowded, noisy, and full of opportunities for them to get more money from you.
Lovely place to visit. Great view and nice atmosphere up there. You can go up with cable car or bus. You can also walk but it would be pretty tiring. I would say you can use transportation when you go up but you can walk when you come down. You would be able to enjoy lovely view all the way down
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