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In the middle of the green hills that surround Seoul arises the city’s biggest attraction: the N Seoul Tower. This 237-metre-high tower offers a panoramic view of the metropolis. In the evening, the N Seoul Tower lights up with different colours – an iconic landmark of the city.
When construction of the N Seoul Tower commenced in 1969, it was initially intended to serve as a communications tower for TV stations, but in 1980 it was opened up to the public. Every 10 minutes you can board a cable car to the top. In addition to a viewing platform, the tower features several restaurants, a café, souvenir shops and a museum. However, most people visit the tower for love.