Seoul Sky, South Korea's Highest Observatory Opens on March 22

2017 March 16

The Lotte World Tower houses the Seoul Sky which is situated in its 117th to the 123th floor, Korea's highest observation deck will be open to the public on March 22. 

The deck is 500 meters above the ground and can accommodate up to 900 people at once. Visitors will need to take a double-deck elevator called Sky Shuttle to get up to the deck. According to Korea Times, it takes only one minute for the elevator to take the people up. It has been added that the Sky Shutter have been included in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Due to a dispute with China over THAAD, Lotte business has been facing some trouble at the moment, but the observation of the deck will still be continue. Earlier this month, Beijing prohibits its travel agencies to stop selling tour packages to South Korea, and even ordered a shutdown of Lotte's supermarkets that are operating in the country.

However, Lotte said that the observation deck will have an expected number of visitors at 2.3 million just for this year. Apart from this, this deck will also represent the pride of the country.


Seoul Sky

Address: 300, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul

- General ticket: Adults 27,000 won / Children 24,000 won
- Fast Pass: 50,000 won (Same price applies to all ages)

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