Joy beyond shopping One-stop fun-filled tour destination offering trendy shopping, 63 Building, and Yeoeuido
Seoul’s downtown aquarium, where a beautiful mermaid lives
264m above sea level, the museum & observatory closest to the sky, 63 Art
European Restaurant & Bar Romantic dining & bar in the sky, Walking On The Cloud
Unique French Restaurant A unique space for private social gatherings, Touch The Sky
High-end Japanese Restaurant Exclusive Japanese restaurant refined well-being Japanese cuisine, Shuchiku
Traditional Chinese Restaurant Prestigious authentic Chinese restaurant, Baeknihyang
Restaurant in Buffet No.1 premium buffet offering the menus and services of a specialty restaurant, 63 Buffet Pavilion
Casual & Stylish Chinese Restaurant Stylish yet casual Chinese restaurant offering refined taste and unique cuisine, Baeknihyang Xingtai
Reinterpreted with modern sensibilities and high-class services in a natural setting that is perfect for banquets and wedding ceremonies
Experience this breathtaking museum in the sky and the marvel at the aquatic performance’s graceful beauty.
The renowned Master Baker of France and his premium bakery ‘Eric Kayser
Boutique flower brand ‘XYSTUM’
Since its completion in 1985, 63 has been a symbol representing Seoul with the
magnificent reflections from the golden exterior.
63 Building, Korea’s most recognizable landmark, was designed by the US-based
SOM (Skidmore, Owings and Merrill) and local architect Park Choon-myeong, and it
was completed in 1985.
63 Building, erected at Yeoeuido 60, reached the highest altitude above sea
level in the East, and was symbol of Korea’s increased national power.
It immediately became recognized as the shining symbol of economic growth of
Korea, called the
‘Miracle on the Han River,’ and helped promote globalization with Seoul hosting
the 1988 Olympic Games.
For more than 30 years, 63 Building has been one of the most famous landmarks in
Characterized by the golden glass, this building has different atmospheres in
different seasons depending on the insolation, and the reflection of the truly
A high-rise building 264m above sea level
The observatory with a 50km radius of visibility makes it
possible to see all of downtown Seoul at a glance
13,516 golden sheets of double-paned reflective glass
1,200,000 visitors annually (as of 2014)
The history of 63 Building
It took 5 years and 5 months to complete
after construction began in February 1980
Total project cost reached 180 billion
3 floors underground, 60 floors above ground,
a total area of 166,000㎡ 264m tall, the tallest building in the
On the rooftop of Yeoeuido 63 Building,
a large Olympic Cauldron was installed
It was 8m tall, and the diameter of the bottom plate on
which the Olympic flame would be lighted was 8m
It was much larger than the Olympic Cauldron at the Jamsil Main
(5.5m in diameter)
To celebrate its 10th anniversary,
the 10th anniversary summer festival,
the 63 Building Stair Climbing Contest,
and the Photograph and Picture Contests were held.
(35,000,000 people visited 63 Building over the 10-year
The original facilities were removed, and
the building went through a large-scale
6-month renovation before being re-opened
The luxurious interior becoming its exterior
enhances the value of the representative high-rise building of
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of modern Korea’s
1,020 experts were surveyed, and the result showed that
63 Building is the best architectural project in Korea
With Hanwha Galleria being granted the
downtown duty-free shop license,
and the location was set in 63 Building.
63 Building transformed into ‘Asia’s Best Cultural Complex’.
It does not only provide convenience for visitors,
but also leads the country’s culture and lifestyle