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N Seoul Tower is a communications and observation tower located on Namsan Mountain, downtown Seoul, South Korea. Built in 1969, at a cost of approximately $ 2.5 million, and opened to the public in 1980, the tower has become a symbol of Seoul and measures 236.7 m (777 ft) in height (from base) and tops out at 479, 7 m (1574 ft) above sea level.

Because the beauty of this Tower, N Seoul Tower once used as a filming location of Korean drama, serial drama that is Boys Over Flowers, and Princess Hours.
In this tower, visitors can see the set when Gu Jun-pyo (Lee Min Ho) waiting for Jan-in. At that time Jun-Pyo dated Jan-in but finally trapped in a gondola on the way to the N Seoul Tower.
As for Princess Hours, this is where there is the Teddy Bear Museum. Museum is a shooting location scenes Chae-Gyeong roads with the future king's grandmother Lee Shin.

Many visitors ride the cable car up Mount Namsan, and then walked to the tower. The tower has a gift shop and restaurant on the ground floor. There are four observation decks (4 observation deck, which is a revolving restaurant, rotates at a speed of one revolution every 48 minutes).
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