The Seoul Sky Observatory is located at the top of the Lotte World Tower, the world's fifth tallest building standing 123 stories and 555 meters high. As the tallest building in South Korea,
it is the only place where you can take in a gorgeous 360-degree view of Seoul, the capital city of South Korea roaring with brilliant history and dynamic modern culture.
The Observatory offers a diverse range of unique experiences
that can only be had at a thrilling height of 500 meters in the air, including various exhibitions based on the theme "The Pride of Korea,"
a café above the clouds, and exclusive tower-themed souvenirs.
Visitors can see all of the different facets of Seoul Sky,
ever-changing with the four seasons and time of day.
East: Olympic Park, Guri, and Hanam
West: Gangnam, Teheran-ro, COEX, and Jamsil Stadium
South: Namhansanseong and Seongnam
North: Gangbuk, [Mt.] Bukhan-san, Han River
A dazzling high-rise structure located at the epicenter of Seoul.
SEOUL + SKY
A spectacular observatory embodying the aura of a mountain arising out of three circles symbolizing natural energy, traditional Korean motifs, and a bright future.
Tower Lota is a mature, dependable friend who likes to look after his pals.
He enjoys making gifts for his friends using clouds.
Pix Lolo is always by Lota's side, protecting the Seoul skies.
He's quite intelligent and loves to read books in his spare time.
The meticulous and tidy Chu Tete looks after the waters of Seoul.
She's cute, innocent, and loves to be complemented on her adorable looks.
It's no secret - everything looks like food to Yum Tao.
He’s the youngest of the bunch and knows how to use his cuteness.