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N Seoul Tower
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Act like a royalty perfect for your Instagram feeds.' Namsan Seoul Tower Hanbok Culture Experience Center is located on the lobby level of N Seoul Tower. The cultural center actually allow you to wear traditional hanbok clothes. You can even wear traditional hanbok clothes wore by Korean royalty and take fun themed photos with your family or friends. You can even taste the experience of traditional Korean wedding by wearing wedding dress and create an unforgettable romantic wedding photos with your spouse. If you're a huge fan of Korean culture, you wouldn't want to miss this attraction.
A place you must visit if you are a true Hello Kitty fan. If you love Sanrio's Hello Kitty, you will absolutely love this place. While Sanrio's Hello Kitty is a Japanese franchise, this cute kitty cat have become the world's icon and South Korea is not an exception. Hello Kitty Island is a special exhibition hall located on the fifth floor of N Seoul Tower and a second Hello-Kitty-themed museum with the first one is in Jeju Island. N Seoul's Hello Kitty Island is divided into 7 exhibition areas, where you not only learn about new interesting facts about your favorite Sanrio character, you might even want to snap some selfies as you go around. You are required to prepare yourself for a huge amount of color pink and cuteness.
Fly to the virtual reality world in Korea local 360-degree tower. So if enjoying a 360-degree panoramic view of Seoul from observatory deck is too boring for you, you might want to directly go to the fourth floor. You'll get to ride various Virtual Reality rides that enables you to see a panoramic view of the city with VR-technology. You'll get to choose 8 different ways to enjoy the experience, from riding a bicycle to hiking. Each facilities are installed with interactive sound guide in three languages: Korean, Chinese, and English.
Toss your coin, make your wish come true, and make a better world in the wishing pond. So if you believe tossing a coin in a well can grants you your wish, you might want to spare a coin to toss inside the Wishing Pond to find your true love. This unique attraction is located on second floor of the tower, people flocking there to toss a coin and wish so they will find their true love. All coins inside the pond will later be gathered and donated to help building schools in China and developing Asia countries. So you might want to toss a coin inside the pond anyway.
Lock your love story in Roof Terrace. Re-enact your favorite Korean drama scene by locking your own love story here. The spacious outdoor observation space is decorated with thousand love padlocks along its railing. Each day, love-dovey couples come to the terrace and lock two padlocks together as a symbol or a wish for an eternal love. It doesn't sound so surprising that Roof Terrace beats the N Seoul Tower's in terms of popularity.
Answering nature's calls will never be the same after you do your business in Sky Restroom. Sky Restroom is not only the highest restroom in Seoul, but it also will entertain you with spectacular city view from above from tall glass walls installed on each bathroom stalls. It might be a little awkward and uncomfortable thinking that someoone out there might also have a free view inside the bathroom, but you don't have to worry since each glass wall is coated with special glass coating so outsiders won't be able to see inside while you can still see the city view clearly from inside.
How to Get Tickets?
Only entering the N Seoul Tower doesn't cost you a penny and most attractions are accessible for free. However, there are some attractions inside that require you to pay admission fees. For example, to enter the Observatory deck, you'll need to pay 10,000 won for adults and 8,000 won for children. Entrance ticket to Hello Kitty Island are 8,000 won for adults and 7,000 won for children. While admission fees to Ssentory Museum & Showroom is 8,000 won applied for both adults and children. For a cheaper deal, it is better to buy combined-ticket package for 15,500 won that grants you access to Observatory Deck, Ssentoy Museum & Showroom, and Hello Kitty Island.
How To Get Around?
Each attractions inside the N Seoul Tower is only accessible by walking. There's lift services that will take you easily to each floors in matter of minutes.
What Should I Wear?
You can wear any comfortable clothes you want when you go to N Seoul Tower. There is a unique trend going on among couples that they are wearing couple T-Shirts and accessories during their visit to N Seoul Tower. So if you're one of those happy lovey-dovey couples, you can jump on bandwagon and wearing the same matching outfits with your spouse.
Best Time to Visit
N Seoul Tower is one of the most famous landmark in Seoul, so you should expect crowds swarming during weekend. If you're not a huge fan of long queue, we recommend you to go to the tower in weekdays. Perfect time to visit the observatory deck is in the afternoon, just few hours before the sunset. You'll also get to see the shift from sunset to night time when Seoul city is slowly engulfed in city lights.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, you don't need a guide to go to N Seoul Tower. You can find all informations needed in this website. Multilingual written and audio guides are also available to help tourists enjoy the attractions to the fullest.
How To Get There?
The easiest and fastest way to go to N Seoul Tower from Myeong-dong is by Namsan Cable Car. From Myeong-dong Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), take Exit 3. Follow the path to the right direction from Pacific Hotel and walk for only about 10 minutes. The cable car's boarding point is recognizable enough so you'll know when you get there. You can also take Namsan Oreumi (slanted elevator) from Hohyeon Intersection, located between Myeong-dong and Hoehyeon Subway Station of Seoul Subway Line 4. Proceed walking towards Namsan Tunnel 3 of Memorial Plaza where you can take a Namsan Oreumi elevator service for free. There are also two other transportation alternatives. The first one is using Namsan Shuttle Bus No. 2 from Chungmuro Station (Seoul Subway Lines 3 &4 Exit 2) or from Dongguk University Station (Seoul Subway Line 6, Exit 2. If you depart from Seoul Station (Seoul Subway Lines 1 & 4, Exit 9), Itaewon Station (Seoul Subway Line 6, Exit 4), or Hangangjin Station (Seoul Subway Line 6, Exit 2), hop into Namsan Shuttle Bus No. 3. While Namsan Shuttle Bus No. 5 will take you to your destination from Myeong-dong Station (Seoul Subway Line 4, Exit 3) or from Chongmuro Station (Seoul Subway Lines 3 and 4, Exit 2).
Be aware that Cable Cars have certain operating hours. The Cable Cars to N Seoul Tower is open starting from 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM. N Grill users have a privilege to access the Observatory Deck for free if they make a reservation in advance.