Seoul – COEX & Lotte World

This going to be my last and final post of Seoul travelogue

Located in Samseong-dong, Seoul, COEX Mall covers a total floor area of 119,000 ㎡, making it the largest underground shopping complex in Asia. It is about 14.5 times larger than Olympic Main Stadium.

COEX Mall is an integrated shopping, culture, education, and leisure complex in the heart of Seoul. Connecting the Convention and Exhibition Center (COEX) and World Trade Tower. Getting there, alight at Samseong Station Exit 6.

Megabox Cineplex, 16-screen cinema complex

The COEX Aquarium is the only theme-oriented aquarium in Korea. Unfortunately I didn’t get the admission ticket for this. Ticket cost 17,500 won per person.

Lotte World. Its is a theme park consist of Indoor and Outdoor park. Located in the heart of the city, Lotte World is the perfect spot for entertainment and sightseeing. It is a theme park filled with thrilling rides, an ice rink, different kinds of parades as well as a folk museum.

Getting to Lotte World, alight at Jamsil Station Exit 4. Upon exiting, you will able to see this magnificent sculpture.

Lotte World has different types of admission price which depends on the time you enter the park. After 4pm admission is relatively a bit cheaper. Refer here for more info.

Lotte World is divided into a ‘’Adventure’ theme once you are inside the building, and outside is a ‘Magic Island’ theme next to Seokchonhosu Lake. Unfortunately, due to time constrain, i didn’t really explore Magic Island.

The indoor structure makes use of the natural sunlight, and it is open for visitors all year round, regardless of the weather.

In conjunction of Flower Festival Theme

Giant Loop

Talent Showcase

Party on Vday

Audience joining the fun

After a week of fun, it’s time to bid farewell to Seoul. There are still plenty of things I want to do in Seoul especially visiting DMZ, Jeju & Mt Sorak.

Happy Valentine!

House of Korean Air

Related Articles: Arrival & Chungbu Market | Gyeongbokgung  | N Seoul Tower | Nami Island | Shopping District & Cheonggyecheon | Changdeokgung & Changgyeonggung | Hello Kitty Cafe & Teddy Bear Museum | Iteawon & Seoul Central Mosque | Seoul Gallery

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