Lotte World Tower, Seoul Sky is the third tallest observatory in the world. It boasts the world’s highest glass-floor observation deck in addition to the world’s tallest double decker lift with a 4-sided monitor. If you’re extremely sensitive to elevation change like me, then prepare yourself.
As the tallest building in South Korea, Seoul Sky is the only place you can experience a 360 view of the capital.
My favourite part was Sky Deck – the adrenaline rush of floating 478m (119 floors) into the sky. There are two separate glass-floor observation decks on opposite ends; one with an optional photo station by the Seoul Sky staff and another with a more unique surprise experience.
Words cannot describe the breathtaking panoramic views of Seoul city from 123 floors up. You can reserve a ticket online or purchase one onsite for 27,000 KRW.
Catch some fresh air by the Sky Terrace – an open observation deck, take leisure by the café above the clouds, or browse through the souvenir shop full of exclusive tower-themed items. My mom bought a magnet, our classic souvenir pick, in memory of our first visit to Seoul Sky.