Fees for the Cable Car:
- Ages 14 and over (Round-trip KWN 7,500 / One-way KWN 6,000)
- Ages 7 to 13 (Round-trip ticket KWN 5,000 / One-way KWN 3,500).
Once we got off, we had to take quite a long but beautiful Stone Stair Walk. Be careful to watch your little ones up the stairs since it is quite steep and slippery when it rains. The view along the stair walk is amazing with big trees bearing yellowish color leaves.
After the stair walk you will find the Park and view of the Tower up close. You will find local birds and the kids would have fun playing/chasing them around. Again, here you’ll find fantastic nature’s view. You can also find rows of Trees full of padlocks. You can buy padlocks at the store, write your name and love ones and lock it on the Trees, this is called “A Lock of Love”, it’s a promise of Endless Love.
There’s a historical Korean Love Story of the N Seoul Tower, if lovers make a wish at a shrine on NamSan (Mt. South), it will come true.
By the there’s a rest area stop to view down the city on your way up/down to the N Seoul Tower. Grab their Hot Dog, it’s very good, I don’t know what’s with this Korean Hot Dog, they’re really, really Good.
Teddy Bear Museum
Inside the N Seoul Tower, you will find the Teddy Bear Museum with large live size fluffy Teddy Bears and displays of mini Teddy Bears reflecting the history of Seoul from past to present. It’s fascinating to see and definitely a fun way for your Children to learn about the chronicles of Korean History.
Admission for Adults (19+): KWN 8,000, Teenagers (14-18): KWN 6,000 / Children (13 or younger): KWN 5,000.
Outside Teddy Bear Museum you can stop for snacks and drinks and shop for N Seoul Tower Souvenirs. There’s also a small Arcade Area for the kids to play. I tried but got frustrated since all the instructions are in Korean Language, so I only played a little bit of Hoops Basketball. Oh well…