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Opening of Seoul Sky – World’s Third Highest Observatory

Do you dare to look down from the top of 117-floors through a glass-floored observation deck? If yes, challenge yourself at Seoul Sky which opened on April 4.

Seoul Sky is located on the upper floors (117F-123F) of Seoul’s highest building, Lotte World Tower and is designed with the concept of “The Beauty and Pride of Korea.” From the observation deck, you will see a 360-degree view of the city and even Songdo, Incheon and the Yellow Sea on a clear weather day. In addition to the outstanding view, visitors can enjoy a small snack or coffee from the dessert cafe while sitting in the lounge or on the sky terrace.

 

Operating Hours

09:30-23:00 (Last ticketing 22:00)

 

Admission Fees

  • Adults (ages 13 and up): 27,000 won
  • Children (ages 3-12): 24,000 won
  • One infant (Under 36 months) allowed free admission with an adult (Proper ID required)
  • Group fees apply for groups of 15 people or more (Advanced inquiry required)

Reservations accepted up to 14 days in advance.

 

 

Before its opening, Seoul Sky is already receiving tremendous public attention by breaking 3 Guinness World Records as the below:

  • The highest glass-floored observation deck
  • The tallest double-deck elevator
  • The fastest double-deck elevator

The Sky Shuttle elevator, alone is holding 2 Guinness World records as you can travel from B2 to 117F in only 60 seconds and the elevator wall is actually a monitor using the Virtual Reality technology, so it is higher than the normal elevator, which is 496m in total.

 

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