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NO. 1 N Seoul Tower

Introduction 
Namsan Seoul Tower was the first tower-type tourism spot in Korea. The top of the tower is at almost 480m above sea level, including Namsan Mountain (243m) and the tower’s own height (236.7m), making it one of the tallest towers in the Orient. It is comprised of Seoul Tower Plaza, recently opened to public access after 40 years, and N Seoul Tower, operated by CJ Foodville since 2005. The tower was first established as a broadcast tower to send out TV and radio signals in 1969. As of now, it has become one of the representative landmarks and multi-cultural venues in Seoul.

Alternative names: N Seoul Tower, Namsan Tower, Seoul Tower

Opening time: [Observatory]
Sunday-Friday: 10:00-23:00
Saturday: 10:00-24:00

Address: 105 Namsangongwon-gil, Yongsan 2(i)ga-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Directions 
1. Namsan Circular Shuttle Bus No. 02

2. Namsan Circular Shuttle Bus No. 03

3. Namsan Circular Shuttle Bus No. 05

*For more details, refer to the official website.

No. 2 63 Building

Introduction 
The 63 Building (Korean: 63 빌딩 or 육삼 빌딩), officially called 63 SQUARE(formerly Hanhwa 63 City), is a skyscraper on Yeouido island, overlooking the Han River in Seoul, South Korea. It was designed by Harry D Som and Helen W Som, principals of Som and Associates of San Francisco. (The building has been falsely attributed to the SOM design firm, which is inaccuarate.)  At 250 meters (819 ft) high, it was the tallest building outside North America when it opened in July 1985, and remains the tallest gold-clad structure in the world. It stood as South Korea’s tallest building until the Hyperion Tower surpassed it in 2003, but remained the country’s tallest commercial building until the Northeast Asia Trade Tower was topped-out in 2009.

Opening time:
[63 Sky Art / Aqua Planet] 10:00-22:00

Address: 50, 63-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

Directions 
[Bus]
Daebang Station (Seoul Subway Line 1), Exit 6.
– Take the free shuttle or Bus No. 11.

Yeouinaru Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 4.
– Walk to the intersection, turn left and walk to the bus stop.
– Take the free shuttle across Sambu APT, 80m away from Exit 4.

Yeouinaru Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 1.
– Take Bus No. 5534, 5633 or 261.

Saetgang Station (Seoul Subway Station 9), Exit 1.
– Take the free shuttle bus.

*For more details, refer to the official website.

No. 3 Gwanghwamun Square 

Introduction 
On August 1st, 2009, the redesigned Gwanghwamun Square opened to the public. With the inauguration of the square, Sejong-ro, located at the center of the 600-year-old historic city of Seoul, was transformed into a human-centered space that harmonizes with the beautiful scenery of Gyeongbokgung Palace and Bukaksan Mountain.

The close to 20,000m2 Gwanghwamun Square is located at the center of Sejong-ro which connects Gwanghwamun Gate and Cheonggye Square. The square is divided into the sections, “Recovering the History of Gwanghwamun Gate Plaza,” “Reenacting Yukjo Street Plaza,” “Korea Main Plaza,” “Civil Participation Urban Culture Plaza,” “Downtown Plaza” and “Cheonggyecheon Stream Connector.”

Opening time: 24 hours

Address: 172, Sejong-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul

Directions 
[Subway]
1) City Hall Station (Seoul Subway Line 1 & 2), Exit 3.
2) Gyeongbokgung Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 6 & 7.
3) Gwanghwamun Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 1, 2 & 8.
* Connected to the underground exit.

[Bus]
Red Bus: 5500-2, 9602, 9706, 9708, 9713
Blue Bus: 103, 150, 401, 402, 406, 408, 607,704
Green Bus: 0212, 1711, 7016, 7018, 7022, 8000
Village Bus: Jongno 09, Jongno 11

NO. 4 Naksan Park

Introduction 
Naksan Park gets its name from its camel hump-like appearance. In Korean ‘nakta’ means camel and ‘san’ means mountain. So people refer to the park as Nakta Park or Naksan Park. The mountain is a solid granite bedrock. The Joseon royal family enjoyed the natural beauty of the granite mountain, but during the Japanese Colonial Period, a hasty manner of urban planning resulted in the demolition of most parts of the mountain. In an effort to save the remaining green belts, Naksan was designated as a park on June 10, 2002. Located in the center of the Seoul, this historical and beautiful park allows its visitors to view the magnificence of the entire city.

Opening time: 24 hours

Address: 54, Naksan-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

Directions 
[Subway]
Hyehwa Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 2.
– Go straight for 200m, then turn left onto Dongsung-gil Street.
– Go straight for 200m, then turn left at Lock Museum.
– Walk straight for 50m, then turn right onto Naksan Gongwon-gil Street.
– Follow the same street up the hill for 300m to arrive at Naksan Park.

NO. 5 Haneul Park (Sky Park)

Introduction 
Haneul Park consists of vast grassland located at the highest elevation of the five parks. The park’s pasture is covered with eulalias and wild flowers in their most natural state. In addition, 30,000 butterflies of different species were introduced in 2000 to stabilize the ecosystem. Five wind-powered generators provide power to the park and the park’s maintenance office. Once a mountain of garbage, it is now a green hill with 22 lookout points offering breathtaking views of Seoul, including the N Seoul Tower, Bukhansan Mountain, and Hangang River. Tall trees are line the park to provide shades and serve as resting spots for visitors. As a popular spot to enjoy the sight of eulalias, the park usually remains open until late in the evening during the Eulalia Festival period.

Opening time: [Pyeonghwa Park & Nanjicheon Park]

Address: 243-60, World Cup-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul

Directions 
[Subway]
World Cup Stadium Station (Seoul Subway Line 6), Exit 1.
Turn right and go around the stadium.
Follow the big road and turn left to cross the stree at the 4-way intersection.

[Bus]
World Cup Park Entrance Bus Stop.
Green Bus No. 7011, 7013, 7714, 7715. Blue Bus No. 171, 271.

No. 6 Seonyudo Park

Introduction 
“Located in the middle of Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, Seonyudo Park is the first ecological water park in Korea, repurposing a former water purification plant.

Built on area of 114,000㎡, the park consists of Water Purifying Botanical Garden, Aquatic Botanical Garden, an eco-friendly water playground, and more attractions where visitors can appreciate various aquatic plants and an ecological forest. There are also various things to see and areas to take a rest in the park, offering a great chance for visitors to learn about the ecosystem and to experience nature.

Opening time: 06:00-24:00

Address: 343, Seonyu-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

Directions 
[Subway]
Seonyudo Station (Seoul Subway Line 9), Exit 2.
– Walk straight for about 700 m.
– Cross the Seonyudo Bridge.

Hapjeong Station (Seoul Subway Line 2 or 6), Exit 8.
– Take Bus No. 604, 5712, 6712, 6716 and get off at Hanshin Apt Bus Stop.
– Cross the Seonyudo Bridge.

No. 7 Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain

Introduction 
Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain is installed along 570m on both sides of Banpodaegyo Bridge, with 380 nozzles spraying water from the river below out into a beautiful show of water, music, and lights. The fountain is programmed to play different shows during the day and night. During the day, the fountain shows a hundred different configurations meant to evoke waving willow branches and willow leaves. When the sun goes down, 200 lights illuminate the fountain as it sends out dancing, rainbow-colored jets of water in the air in synchronization with music.

Opening time: [April-June, September-October]
Weekdays: 12:00, 20:00, 20:30, 21:00
Weekends: 12:00, 19:30, 20:00, 20:30, 21:00

[July-August]
Weekdays: 12:00, 19:30, 20:00, 20:30, 21:00
Weekends: 12:00, 19:30, 20:00, 20:30, 21:00, 21:30

* Show duration: 20min
* Operating hours are subject to change due to weather conditions or internal affairs.

Address: Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul

Directions 
[Subway]
Express Bus Terminal Station (Seoul Subway Line 3, 7, 9), Exit 8-1.
Go straight for 250m, and turn right at Express Bus Terminal Sageori (4-way intersection).
Continue going straight, using the walkway through the underpass to arrive at the park.

[Bus]
Get off at Banpo Hangang Park/Seom Sevit Bus Stop.
Blue Bus 740

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