N Seoul TowerCurrently Closed
- Address: 1-3 Yongsandong 2(i)-ga, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
- Timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +82-234559277
- Ticket Price: 7000 KRW
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: View Point, Observatory, Restaurant, Family And Kids, Tower
The CJ Seoul Tower or the Namsan Tower as it is commonly called is an observation and communications tower that is located in the central part of Seoul on the Namsan Mountain.
Although it might sound bland, this tower surely should not be left out of the itinerary. The tower has three separate restaurants aside from a revolving restaurant on the fourth observation deck as a part of the four total observation decks.
There is a gift shop and other restaurants on the ground floor of the tower including a teddy bear museum. Tourists should make it a point to visit this tower.
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- 7000 Won for teens and adults, 5000 Won for senior citizens, 3000 Won for children below 12 years.
- Myeongdong Station, Line 4
- Seoseo Meokneun Galbi Jip – Korean, barbeque
- In house restaurants
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95% of people who visit Seoul include N Seoul Tower in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
37.24% of people start their N Seoul Tower visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see N Seoul Tower
83.88% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting N Seoul Tower
The view was amazing, I remember going there late morning/early afternoon. Our group were the only tourists there at the time. Would definitely come back in the late afternoon though, I bet the sunset would be nice! Caution: Their bathrooms (a floor below the observatory) have glass walls. I loved it but my mother almost passed out.
If you're in Seoul, it's impossible to miss this tower as it's right in the heart of the city. There is no fee to enter the grounds, however, there is a fee to go up to the observatory and to ride the cable car. Both walking up and taking the cable car has its pros and cons. You get a lovely scenic break from the bustling city if you hike up, but the cable car provides a fantastic view of the city (granted, if it isn't too smoggy). Be aware that lines can be long during peak times! If you and your significant other are also wanting to lock your love, you can purchase locks on site as well! If you have the time, go during the day to see all the buildings, the Han river, and trees all around seoul and go at night to get a gorgeous night view!
My 3rd time here but 1st time at night. The sight up from the tower is amazing but u will need to pay 8000won to go up. Also what the place is famous for, the rows and rows of locks. Fancy having a lock at the fence for yourself? Head to the gift shop to purchase One! However we believe they do clear out the locks yearly. The one me and my wife put there back in 2013 can no longer be found. Either way still hold a special meaning to us each time we walk to the area where we place our lock!
Nice views of the city, but really crowded spot, dozens of young couples go here to take pictures in this self-proclaimed romantic love spot. If you want to go up to the tower plan in advance, as queues may be huge, specially at dusk. Several food places (basic quality) and some souvenir shops. You can walk the main road up or go by bus, but the best experience, if you are capable to, is walk up there through the natural park below the tower (bring water and go during day, as the park has no lights at night, around 2km depending on your exact route).
Excellent view of the city from the top of the tower and along the walkway surrounding it. Better views and more photo opportunities in comparison to building 63. Walking from the subway station to the cable car station is not difficult at all, and i made it up and back with 15lbs of gear in a backpack without a sweat (after a full day of walking and exploring). There are also lots of small boutiques and restaurants along the way, so if you are hungry or in the mood to shop, opt to walk up the street. I'd recommend coming around sunset to experience golden hour and the view of the city lights at night.