N Seoul Tower

Tel: (82) 234-559-277

Address: 105 Namsangongwon-gil, Yongsan 2(i)ga-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea

The N Seoul Tower is a Seoul landmark located on the Namsan Mountain. Built in 1971 at KRW 1.5 billion, the Hanseong Tower was only a radio wave tower at the beginning. It has become a popular tourist attraction since its opening to the public in ten years later.


As the city’s official name changed from Hanseong to Seoul, the tower also underwent redesign and renovation. Meanwhile, it has been renamed to N-Seoul Tower, with N standing for both “New” and “Namsan” (where the tower is located). 


The N Seoul Tower is known for its night view and lighting. Every night, the tower puts on a show themed “Flowers of Seoul” with more than 70 sets of “reed lights”. You are also highly recommended to take Namsan cable car to the tower and the observation deck which overlooks the Han River and Seoul.