Korea — Day 2 Part 2: N Seoul Tower

N Seoul Tower is a communication and observation tower located in Namsan Mountain, central Seoul, South Korea. Built in 1969, and opened to the public in 1980, the tower has been a symbol of Seoul and measures 236.7 m (777 ft) in height (from the base) and tops out at 479.7 m (1,574 ft) above sea level. It has also been known as the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower. — Wikipedia

Viewable from almost anywhere in Seoul, Seoul Tower serves as an excellent landmark. When the weather and pollution levels cooperate, visiting the observation tower (370 meters above sea level) allows you to view the entire city and surrounding areas. — lifeinkorea.com

Another point of interest is the display of world cities and street names on each window panel. Why not look for Buenos Aires on the window facing that city? Even though the city is not within view, many people can be seen trying to find it through the high-powered telescopes. — tour2korea.com



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  1. hyerim

    hi ! we met in Gyeongbokgung and you took some picture of me. do you rememver ?
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