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Seoul N Tower

Seoul N Tower is a global landmark and symbol of Seoul. 236 meters high, on top of Namsan Mountain, the Tower wows you with stunning 360 panoramic views of Seoul.

Perched majestically on top of Namsan Mountain, in the centre of the Seoul, Seoul N Tower was originally used as a radio, television, broadcast and communication tower, but today it is one of Seoul’s most popular tourist attractions

Spread over 4 floors and divided into three sections N Lobby, N Plaza and N Tower Seoul N Tower has something for everyone.

Plaza P0/B1 (lobby) attractions include an Observatory, Alive Museum and a Children’s Theatre.

Plaza P1 attractions include a ticket booth, food court, light garden, grass terrace, café and restaurants. There is also a food terrace where hundreds of “locks of love” can be admired.

Seoul N Tower has 4 floors of observations decks, a revolving restaurant and an observatory with 360 degree panoramic views and a digital showcase of Korea’s rich, 600 year history through 36 LCD Screens. There is even a Wishing Pond, where you can throw a lucky coin in the pond and make a wish.