Places

63 Building

Seoul, South Korea —

The 63 Building was known to be the tallest commercial building in Seoul until Lotte World Tower came into the picture. This structure has a golden glow on the outside, visible enough if one is near the area or on a higher elevation.

What’s inside the building?

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A buffet restaurant, an aquarium, a food court, and convention halls.

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A wax museum can be found at the basement of the building while a sky art is at its 60th floor. The sky art doesn’t only offer a breath-taking 360 view of Seoul, Han River and mountains such as Namsan, Bugaksan and Gwanaksan which are surrounding the city but, contemporary paintings and drawings of some talented artists can also be found on the same floor. However, people hardly notice them.

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Sky Art Entrance Fee:
  • Adults — ₩ 13,000
  • Children — ₩ 11,000
Wax Museum Entrance Fee:
  • Adults — ₩ 15,000
  • Children — ₩ 13,000

Tip: Yeouido Park is nearby. Don’t forget to drop by.

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

Operating Hours: Daily 10:00am to 10:00pm

Webite: http://www.63.co.kr/

 

 

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