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Lotte is a conglomerate that basically does everything. So why not a shopping mall? Enormous shopping mall with from aquarium to restaurants. If you have only one day to go shopping, visit here. They have a supermarket too.
A large mall with lots of American and Korean labeled retail stores. There was a Mac store, North Face store, Apple store, and etc. The high end stores are there as well such as LV, Chanel, Burberry, Gucci and so forth. There were several restaurants...More
the stunning elevator ride to the top was superb. We were lucky it was a clear day and needless to say the views were stunning! The outdoor viewing was another plus - the glass floors were great! Well worth the visit.
Spent a few hours there with the kids. They thoroughly enjoy it except for kids under 4 years old. I think this suit kids above 5 yrs old or older. Nothing much for elderly or parents looking after toddlers. I would think you can spent...More
Look at Seoul in a very special way. 120 floors above the ground give you a stunning view of the whole city. But the price is a rather expensive and there’s quite a bit of waiting time around 30 minutes or so on weekends and...More
This mostly residential neighborhood is known for being the home to the Korean mega-conglomerate, Lotte, including its popular amusement park, Lotte World. The amusement park is a top attraction for families, youth, and couples, with rides, shows, attractions, an ice rink, and more. Lotte’s expansion in recent years is spearheaded by the soaring Lotte World Tower. The Charlotte Theater nearby regularly hosts popular
musical productions for culture lovers while outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy taking a stroll around Seokchon Lake or the immense Olympic Park (built for the 1988 Summer Olympics) close by.