Life In Korea: N Seoul Tower (남산타워)

N Seoul Tower (also known as Namsan Tower) is a tower (no, really?) located in the heart of Seoul, 479.7 meters above sea level. It started construction in 1969, and opened to the public in 1980 – most visitors take the cable car up the mountain, and then make the journey to the base of the tower by foot.

Not much more to say, so I’ll just let the pictures do the talking:

 

The cable car station at the base of the mountain.
Looking up at the tower.
And off we go!
Looking down at the station from about halfway up.
Once you're at the top, you have to climb several steep flights of stairs.
And there's the tower...half of it, anyway.
And there's the other half.
Let's go inside, shall we?
Looking down at the entry plaza and the cable car station.
Taking in a 360-degree view.

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