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Seoul Sky

Seoul Sky

300 Olympic-ro, Sincheon-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul

The Basics

Start with an art exhibition focusing on South Korea’s history and culture on levels B1 and B2 before heading to level 117 on the city's fastest elevators, with speeds of 33 feet (10 meters) per second. Those who dare can walk across the world’s highest glass-floored observatory on level 118's Sky Deck. Head to the open-topped Sky Terrace, on floor 120, for fresh air and loftier views. Enjoy refreshments at Sky Friends Cafe, Seoul Sky Cafe, or 123Lounge.

Book your tickets ahead of time to ensure entry. Upgrade to a fastpass ticket at the box office to skip the lines. Discounted entry is included as part of some multi-attraction sightseeing passes. Or opt for a combo pass that also includes entry to Lotte World Adventure theme park for extra savings.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Seoul Sky is a must-visit for first-time visitors to Seoul.

  • Don’t forget your camera to capture the panoramic views. Photos are also available for purchase.

  • Large bags are not allowed in the observatory; use the coin lockers in Lotte World Mall.

  • Download the Seoul Sky app to access additional information in Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese.

  • The observatory is wheelchair accessible.

  • The Sky Terrace may closed due to weather.

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How to Get There

Seoul Sky is located inside Lotte World Tower, in Songpa-gu. It’s easily accessible by public transportation. Take the subway, lines 2 and 8, to Jamsil Station. A number of buses also stop nearby, including the green bus, blue bus, express bus, and airport bus.

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When to Get There

Seoul Sky is open daily, with extended hours on Friday and Saturday. Time your visit for a clear day for the best views. Visit just before sunset and stay for the nighttime city views.

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Best Views in Seoul

Seoul Sky offers some of the best views in the city. Other notable spots with panoramic or expansive views of Seoul include N Seoul Tower, Jeongdong Observatory, Bugaksan Mountain, 63 Square, Naksan Park, and Haneul Park.

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