63 Building was a representative building symbolizing the rapid development of the Republic of Korea, and everyone wanted to visit it once.
63 Square is the skyscraper located in Yeouido, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea. It is a familiar place to Koreans under the old name of ’63 Building.’
Although it is now a skyscraper representing Yeouido, the 63 Building was once a representative building symbolizing the rapid development of the Republic of Korea, and everyone wanted to visit it once.
Within the size of the three basement floors with 60 stories above the ground, the country’s first aquarium, “AQUA Planet63” and “63 Art Observatory Museum” an art museum closest to the sky at 264 meters above sea level, offer a beautiful view of Seoul as well as an art piece.
In particular, “All that Jazz” performances will be held every evening at Aquaflanet, combining the performances of the nation’s top jazz artists with the sea scenery.
It is considered one of the most iconic tourist attractions in Seoul as it has a sky-high area of 160,000 square meters.
The Han River, Seoul’s lifeline, overlooks the faraway Gwangnaru to Haengju Bridge and faces Nam Mt, Bukak Mt and Gwanak Mt.
Also, the Gangnam in Seoul, as well as Gangbuk, at a glance and all over. In particular, the lights of cars along the riverside at the sunset, which falls into the West Sea in the evening, are considered to be the best view of 63 square.