Travel is also meaningful to learn about the country's traditions and cultures, but it is also meaningful to see the country's most advanced technologies and developments.

In this sense, Lotte World Tower in Jamsil, Seoul, is a representative landmark where you can see the development of Korea.

Lotte World Tower in Jamsil, Seoul, is 123 stories above ground and 554.5 meters high, the highest building in Korea and the fifth tallest building in the world as of 2022.

Designed with the motif of traditional Korean ceramics and brushes with the beauty of Korean curves, Lotte World Tower is a huge vertical city with a land area of 12.2 times that of a soccer field and a total area of 110 times that of a soccer field. It was finally completed in December 2016, and consists of a luxury hotel "Signiel Seoul," an observatory with a spectacular night view of Seoul, a luxury residence and office space, and a complex functional space.

Lotte World Mall is a shopping tourist attraction where you can meet various domestic and foreign brands with its largest luxury department store in Korea, ``ABNEWL,'' ``Lotte Duty Free,'' ``Lotte Hi-Mart,'' ``Shopping Mall'' and ``Lotte Mart,'' which boast the largest area among Korean duty-free shops.

In addition to the shopping space, there are "Lotte Cinema World Tower Hall," Asia's largest multiplexes, "Lotte World Aquarium," and Korea's first Vinyard-style "Lotte Concert Hall," which are complex shopping malls where you can enjoy shopping and entertainment together.

The representative tourist attraction of Lotte World Tower is Seoul Sky. Seoul Sky is the world's fourth-highest observatory, where you can see the beautiful scenery of Seoul, especially at sunset.

Video comes from the 360-degree ceiling for 60 seconds when the elevator moves. The initial video starts at Gwanghwamun, shows the modern and modern appearance of Seoul, Lotte World Tower was built at a tremendous speed, and the changed video at the end of 2019 shows Seoul's landmarks from the underground rock layer, rises above the clouds, and ends at the observatory.

For reference, I recommend the evening to night time rather than the daytime time. It is difficult to see properly during the daytime due to fine dust in the city. Maybe that's why it's relatively quiet during the day, but it's very crowded with visitors during the evening.

The most recommended time zone is "an hour and a half before the deadline." Usually, it closes at 10 p.m. on Mondays to Thursdays and Sundays and 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and "end of ticket sales" is done one hour before each. Therefore, if you come about 30 minutes earlier, you can watch it comfortably, quietly, and leisurely.

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