In this standby area for security screenings before going up to the Observatory, you will experience the story human origin before ascending to the skies. Media art telling a story of the birth of the earth and the beginning of mankind can be experienced here. This area also functions to educate visitors about the facilities, various events, safety rules, and other information before entering the Observatory. We hope you could imagine the future of Seoul Sky with us through the various media art presentations.
This is a media wall that is displayed outside of the Seoul Sky entrance. It provides visitors with a brief introduction to Seoul Sky as well as a view of Seoul that can be seen from the Observatory.
Using transitions often found in media façades, the wall features dynamic, stereoscopic video production with an added interactive element to emphasize visitor engagement while maximizing immersiveness. It was designed to appeal to all ages, featuring Seoul Sky's Sky Friends as a warm welcome to all our visitors.
As large-scale media content is presented on Hello Sky toward the direction of the Mall where many visitors abound, we expect the exhibit to be a full-fledged landmark due in part to its eye-catching qualities.
You will soon be able to board the Sky Shuttle after a brief moment of waiting. In this space, we wanted to provide maximum comfort to our visitors by conveying the feeling of elevation through motifs such as flower petals and jewels as particles against the sky while at the same time delivering information about the double-deck elevator.
We're now ready to take our first step towards the Observatory.
There are four large screen panels around you, one on the ceiling and one on each of the three walls. As the elevator begins to ascend, you will be presented with a video showing Seoul's progress from the Gyeongbok Palace, the center of development, to culture and life spreading near Namsan. You will also see Yeouido, the home of modern development, as well as the miracle of the Han River and rapid development in Gangnam.
In addition, you will be treated with a time-lapse video of Lotte World Tower, the tallest building in South Korea, as it was built in Jamsil. Finally, you will arrive at the Observatory and be greeted by the heavenly skies at an elevation of 555 meters.
Unfortunately, this is where we finally say good-bye.
Before parting ways, please take a moment to meet those who made Seoul Sky possible.
A panoramic mosaic will show you how the Lotte World Tower was created, including the dedicated people who made it all possible. We hope you enjoyed everything Lotte World Tower has to offer.
Thank you. We hope to see you again.