Namsan cable car is an aerial tramway in Seoul. Built in 1962, it spans from the Hoehyeon-dong platform (near Myeong-dong) to the Yejang-dong platform near the top of Mt. Namsan and the N Seoul Tower. It is the first commercial cable car service for passengers in Korea.
The length of the cable is 605 metres. The altitude difference of 138 metres makes a gradient of 13°. The cabins move at a speed of 3.2 m/s. The transit between platforms takes about three minutes.
Benedict Uy | May 7, 2018
We walked through the park on the way to the N Seoul Tower. The paths were nice and clean and it was a nice walk through the trees. It was quite steep. We started from the Public Library entrance and it took about 30 minutes to climb up. There were quite a few rest spots and paths that seemed to lead to other areas of the park. Really nice walk up although it was a tad tiring.
Michael Gonzal | Jul 13, 2018
Great place to go use cable car going up. Then explore the place going down.
ahil ahill | Jul 5, 2018
And smokers ?! In Seoul everywhere arround you get in,no smoking areas.all day inside and no smoking areas.thats really bad !!!
Etilis Thenid | Feb 9, 2018
This a good point of view from Seoul. I think it's better at night. If you want a romantic place, go here ^^ It's just... magic
Christina K | Nov 9, 2017
Beautiful hike with city views of the city and mountains beyond. There are also work out stations with hula hoops and other light weight machines along the course.
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