See Seoul from the staggering height of 817ft at the top floor of the 63 Building offering mind-boggling views of the city and river below!
Visit the 63 Building – a signature architectural landmark of South Korea and the tallest gold-clad structure in the world
Go up to the 60th floor and capture breathtaking photos of Seoul and the Han River
Enjoy panoramic views of the city and explore the building's various entertainment facilities from an IMAX to an aquarium!
The 63 Building, also known as the Hanhwa 63 City, is a skyscraper on Yeouido island boasting stunning views of the Han River and the city of Seoul. Opened in July 1985, the building is the tallest gold-clad structure in the world and a must-see landmark in South Korea. The 63 Building stands tall at 817ft and comprises 60 floors and 3 basement levels – offering plenty of space to explore and amazing scenery down below to admire. However, the building is much more than an observation tower. It's a multi-venue leisure complex containing every form of entertainment imaginable. Inside, you will find an IMAX cinema, art gallery, wax museum, performance hall and even an aquarium.
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It is a really nice spot for viewing the whole Seoul from up high. There is also a small gallery to entertain the crowd.