Seoul N Tower
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- Seoul N TowerMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3Mar 21, 2014
It has also been known as the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower, located on Namsan Mountain. Visitors can reach it by Namsan cable car and a little walk to the tower. There are a Teddy Bear Shop, gift shop, coffee shop and restaurant around there. Don't miss the Heart Chair and the Love Padlock.
- Seoul N TowerMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsAdventure TravelersApr 17, 2014
One of Seoul's four recognizable buildings (though fortunately that number is set to rise!) N'Seoul Tower might be a pure tourist destination, but it's also the best place in the city for getting a true idea of how startlingly massive Seoul really is. On a good day, you can see for miles, taking in the spread of this megalopolis as it sprawls on and on through waves of low mountains. On a bad day, you'll be treated to views of Seoul's famous smog-haze, turning everything in the distance into ugly grey-brown shapes. As an upside, the plaza at the base of the tower features frequent martial arts demonstrations by actors in period costume -- actually much cooler than it sounds! (9000 won per adult.)Recommended for:
- Seoul N TowerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jul 28, 2013
Seoul Tower is a nice place to visit if you are traveling in Seoul. It is nice to see the city on clear days. The park around the tower is also very nice. There is often live entertainment in the afternoons on the weekends. The only downside is that the restaurants at the towers are a bit over priced. It would be better to eat in Myeongdong or Namdaemun before going up the mountain.
- Seoul N TowerNov 29, 2012
Seoul N Tower is a must see if you are in Seoul, when you get there you can either take the cable car to the base of the tower or if you're on a budget you can walk but be warned we walked and it is a very steep hill!
Even though the tower is a tourist attraction due to the fantastic views of the city in the evening (when we got the lift down from the observation deck) it felt more like a couples destination with love songs playing over the speaker system and LOADS of couples taking pictures or adding their padlocks to the 'love fence'!
- Seoul N TowerAug 29, 2012
Без сомнения, идти сюда надо вечером. Оптимальное время - за часа два до заката, и обязательно пешком. Взбираясь по тропинкам (да чего уж там, по отличным асфальтовым дорогам) горы Намсан, вы имеете возможность полюбоваться восхитительными видами на вечерний Сеул. Не пропустите обсерваторию и площадку обозрения, откуда открывается особо красивый вид. Всего за 4 доллара вас доставят на смотровую площадку башни, где можно не только полюбоваться ночным городом, но и отправить открытку из самого высокого почтового отделения Кореи (всего 800 вон в любую страну мира). Когда будете уходить, не забудьте заглянуть в музей мишек Тедди, что в цокольном этаже - куча удовольствия за 5000 вон. Ну, и не упустите шанса прикупить его экспонаты в магазине на выходе!
- Seoul N TowerJul 05, 2012
I like the view.... but I hope I don't need exercise to get there.... but it's worth it..
the lighting at night its beautiful, you can enjoy seoul city at night while you eat at the restaurant.. all you can eat....
And finally i found 3 last cherry blossoms complete with the flowers... finally I can see it with my own eyes... cause the rest of it in seoul, all are gone by the wind....
- Seoul N TowerMar 25, 2014
Great place to go up and see the whole city and more! Once up there, it's cool cause on every window it tells you what countries/cities are in that direction. Also you can buy a postcard there and mail it directly from there. You can also buy a magnatic wood block for $12,000 won (Korean currency) and write on it and stick it on a wall of wood blocks. If you do do that then your blocks are only up for one year. After the one year, you can come and get it. Just an awesome place to visit!