The N Seoul Tower which is 236.7 m tall is located at the top of Namsan Mountain. Very few visitors of the
N Seoul Tower know why the tower existed. It was actually built as Korea’s first integrated transmission
tower beaming television and radio broadcast in 1969. However, it was eventually made public on 1980
and has become a major tourist attraction.
The tower not only offers a very beautiful spot to see a panoramic view of the city but it has also so many
activities to offer - these includes the Bear Museum, Love Locks, and Love tiles. It also has a variety of
restaurants and café located at the upper floors of the tower. For those who want to be closer to nature
- the Namsan Park, right below, is open for strolling as well.
At night, multi-colored digital art is projected at the walls of the N Seoul Tower. During special occasions
or holidays, they sometimes have a lightshow on the walls of the tower and fireworks display as well.
It is a sure way to please your romantic partner or your family if you bring them here.
* The operating hours is subject to change depending on weather or business schedules.
Observatory Alive Museum
Adults 9,000 won | Children 7,000 won Adults 12,000 won | Children 6,000 won
※ Seniors (ages 65 and more) | Adults (ages 18 and older) | Teenagers (ages 13-17) | Children (ages 3-12)
※ Discount: Handicapped level 1-3 and plus one guide (30% discount) / Handicapped level 4-6 (30% discount)
※ Free admission to observatory for visitors using N Grill if they make a reservation in advance.
※ Free admission: Infants (ages under 36 month): limited to one guide per one baby
» Get a ticket & head your way up to the Observatory to get a panoramic view of the city!
» Ride the Cable car either for your way up to the tower or going down near Myeongdong
» Tag along your girlfriend or boyfriend and put your share of Love locks outside the tower
» Dine or sip coffee at the upper floors.
» Before leaving the area, don’t forget to check out their restroom! You’ll be surprised!
» Stroll at the Namsan Park right below the tower. Cherry blossoms fill the area during
spring then it transforms into a fiery red park during fall.