The N Seoul Tower, also known as the Seoul Tower, is a 236 meter communication and observation tower in the city of Seoul. Located on the peak of Namsan, the tower is known to be the highest point in Seoul and therefore offers panoramic views of the city and the surrounding areas. This major tourist attraction is divided into three main parts; the N Lobby, N Plaza, and the N Tower- N Plaza has two floors and the N Tower has four. While the tower’s Observatory is its main attraction, visitors will come across numerous restaurants and cafés, including one that revolves, as well as gift shops, the Alive Museum, the Wishing Pond, the N Photo Studio, the Sky Restroom, the Roof Terrace and so on. The N Plaza’s Roof Terrace consists of a viewing deck and ‘Locks of Love’; a fence on which couples attach padlocks to symbolize their affection.
Adult: 9,000 won | Children & Elderly: 7,000 won
Observatory: Monday to Friday & Sunday: 10:00 - 23:00 | Saturday: 10:00 – 24:00 | Restaurants: Operating hours tend to vary. Check the website for more information.
Around 1 hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The breathtaking views
Muslim tourists may not be able to find prayer facilities at the N Seoul Tower. They may however be able to locate a secluded area nearby to offer their prayers. If unable to do so, they could make use of the facilities offered at the Seoul Central Masjid. Muslim visitors can ask to be directed to this prayer facility if needed.
As mentioned above, the N Seoul Tower has numerous restaurants which are known to serve a variety of delicious cuisines. Visitors will therefore definitely find food items to suit their tastes. Muslim visitors will however have to be careful when dining at any of these outlets since the food will not be Halal certified, and non-Halal ingredients are sure to be used in some dishes.