63 Sky Art Square Observatory By 63 Square

63 Sky Art Square Observatory

₩ 13,000 ₩ 10,000
63 Building Observatory Ticket Select ₩ 10,000 ₩ 13,000

63 Building Observatory Ticket

  • Admission to 63 Building Observatory
  • Admission to 63 Sky Art Gallery
  • Admission to Hanhwa Aqua Planet 63 
  • Food and other personal expenses

Must book at least 1 day in advance

Why This Offer

  • Get a beautiful panoramic view of Seoul from the top of one of the city's most iconic buildings.
  • Check out the highest art gallery in the world, with numerous exhibitions held there throughout the year.
  • Visit one of Seoul's first architectural marvels and a symbol of Korea's rapid economic development.
  • Enjoy cafes and restaurants whilst enjoying the beautiful outside view.

What to Expect

63 Square is one of Seoul's first architectural marvels and a symbol of Korea's rapid economic development, standing as the country's tallest building for nearly two decades while remaining a Seoul city landmark. The observatory offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the iconic Han River.

 

Located on the 60th floor, enjoy a gorgeous, uninterrupted panoramic view of the Han River and Seoul from a height of nearly 270 meters. 
There are also binoculars that you can use for ₩500 to get a closer glimpse. 

 

 

The observatory floor is also home to 63 Art Gallery where you can engage with artworks from Seoul's top artists.

The Gallery holds numerous exhibitions throughout the year which change every three months.

63 Square is home to a number of fine-dining restaurants and cafes, boasting not only beautiful panoramic views of Seoul but also high-end gourmet food and extensive wine collections.

You can take the free shuttle bus that stops by four subway stations around 63 building.

 

Once you arrive, head to the ticket office to redeem your voucher and get your physical ticket.

  • Ticket Office Location: B1 Floor of 63 Square
Line 1 - Daebang Station
Seoul-si > Yeongdeungpo-gu Daebang-dong, Seoul, South Korea Daebang Station

 

1. Take Seoul Subway Line1 to Daebang Station and go out Exit 6 

2. Walk to the free shuttle bus stop (~200 m) following the directions in the picture.

   

3. The free shuttle bus will take you straight to 63 building. 
 

  • Bus Departure Time: 
    • First Bus: 9:00 am 
    • Last Bus: 8:00 pm
    • Frequency: departs every 20 mins(Weekdays) and every 30 mins (Weekends)
       
  • Bus Ride Duration: ~5 mins

 

Line 5 - Yeoeuinaru Station
Seoul-si > Yeongdeungpo-gu Yeoui-dong, Seoul, South Korea Yeouinaru Station

 

1. Take Seoul Subway Line 5 to Yeoeuinaru Station and go out Exit 4

 
2. Walk to the free shuttle bus stop (~200 m) following the directions in the picture.

   

3. The free shuttle bus will take you straight to 63 building. 
 

  • Bus Departure Time: 
    • First Bus: 9:00 am 
    • Last Bus: 8:00 pm
    • Frequency: departs every 20 mins(Weekdays) and every 30 mins(Weekends)
       
  • Bus Ride Duration: ~5 mins

 

 

► Another view of the shuttle bus stop

 

 

 

Line 5 or 9 - Yeouido Station
Seoul-si > Yeongdeungpo-gu Yeoeuido-dong, Seoul, South Korea Yeouido Station

 

1. Take Seoul Subway Line 5 or 9 to Yeouido Station and go out Exit 5 

2. Walk to the free shuttle bus stop (~20  m) following the directions in the picture.

   

3. The free shuttle bus will take you straight to 63 building. 

 

  •  Bus Departure Time: 
    • First Bus: 9:00 am 
    • Last Bus: 8:00 pm
    • Frequency: departs every 20 mins(Weekdays) and every 30 mins (Weekends)
       
  • Bus Ride Duration: ~7 mins

 

 

 

Line 9 - Saetgang Station
Seoul-si > Yeongdeungpo-gu Yeoeuido-dong, Seoul, South Korea Saetgang Station Ankara Park

 

1. Take Seoul Subway Line 9 to Saetgang Station and go out Exit 1 


2. Walk to the free shuttle bus stop (~10 m) following the directions in the picture.

   

3. The free shuttle bus will take you straight to 63 building. 

 

  •  Bus Departure Time: 
    • First Bus: 9:00 am 
    • Last Bus: 8:00 pm
    • Frequency: departs every 20 mins(Weekdays) and every 30 mins(Weekends)
       
  • Bus Ride Duration: ~7mins

 

 

 

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Important Information

Price

Attraction  Operating Hours Price ‌
‌63 Square Observatory

‌Open Year-Round


‌10:00 am ~ 10:00 pm
(Last Admission: 9:30 pm)

 ₩10,000
Hanhwa Aqua Planet ‌₩19,000
Observatory + Aqua Planet ‌₩25,000

Booking Process

  • Complete the payment and you will receive an instant confirmation email and receipt. 

  • The voucher will be delivered to you once the reservation is confirmed.

  • If you haven't received your confirmation email/receipt, please check your spam folder, or check your "My Page" in the WorknPlay homepage.

How To Use

  • Print out or show the voucher on your mobile at the ticket office (B1 Floor) to redeem your physical ticket.
  • Voucher Validity: Only on the chosen date.
  • Your passport or ID will be needed to confirm your identity.

Additional Information

  • Adult and child prices are the same due to the discount.
  • Children under the age of 3 get free admission, but the accompanying guardian must possess a ticket. Make sure to bring valid relevant identification documents with proof of age.
  • Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a guardian.
  • No outside food or drinks allowed inside the venue.
  • No smoking or drinking alcohol allowed inside the venue.
  • Any act of vandalism is strictly prohibited.

Cancelation Policy

  • 100% refund: For cancelations made at least 24 hours in advance (Based on local time).
  • No refund: For cancelations made less than 24 hours in advance (Based on local time).
  • No refunds after entry has already been granted into the venue.
  • Re-entry will not be allowed with the same ticket if you exit the venue even once.
  • No refunds for no-shows.

Organizer

63 Square

Golden Mirror of the Han River

63 Square, more commonly known as 63 Building, is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Seoul, rising above the Han River at a height of 250 meters with 63 floors of office and commercial space, hence the name 63 Square. It was constructed in 1988 to commemorate Korea’s first ever summer Olympics and even had a large, 8-meter tall Olympic Cauldron installed on its rooftop during the competition. It took 5 years and 5 months to finish construction, with the entire facade of the building covered in over 13,000 sheets of gold-coated glass panels. Facing the calm waters of the Han River, the building looks like a glittering gold bar in the rays of the setting sun and remains one of the major symbols of Korea's rapid economic development, known as the "Miracle on the Han River". 63 Square is a center of business and entertainment, hosting an aquarium, art gallery, observation deck, a duty-free shop, and high-end restaurants for visitors of all ages to enjoy, as well as the offices of numerous Korean companies.   Attractions Food & Restaurants Shopping The restaurants in 63 Square are a favorite spot to enjoy the annual Seoul Fireworks Festival or to have a romantic night out thanks to their gorgeous views of the city and Han River. Due to its symbolic value and fame, numerous shows have been shot inside 63 Building, including “Running Man” and “Infinity Challenge”, as well as a number of popular K-Dramas. The building is located right next to Yeoudio Han River Park, making it a wonderful destination for a day out when the weather is warm. 

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