N Seoul Tower’s Locks of Love

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  1. marian says:

    i have seen this in Tokyo too. i’m not sure if they throw away the key or keep it. it was a tradition for couples. did you and your husband placed your own locks there? πŸ™‚

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  2. tintin says:

    wow interesting to ah

  3. lunare says:

    hi! quick question ~ are the locks purely for lovers’ promises? i think i watched a feature before when a girl who is going to have a major surgery placed her lock there … just not too sure what she wrote on it…

  4. Emma says:

    Chris and I did this when we visited Namsan back in ’06. ^^

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  5. eden says:

    Made popular by Korean movies and drama. hehehe

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  6. anne says:

    My husband and I went also there last Wednesday,(since It was my birthday) I actually took a glimpse on the said “lock of Love”, but didn’t care that much because it was a little bit late when we arrived there. It was my second time to visit Namsan park and tower but it was also my first time to have dinner at the highest floor of the tower, and what made me surprised was that I didn’t know that the tower is rotating for an hour with different views.It was a great dinner.(nothing to do with the topic,hehehe)

  7. Doogie says:

    I’m really glad I came across your site. I’m getting a lot of helpful information from your site. This will be useful when I take my trip to Korea this year.

  8. george says:

    hi ms anne.. wow, how romantic πŸ™‚

  9. Peppermint says:

    My hubby and I visited that place. We didn’t place any lock at all. But it was nice to see all those locks. Makes a charming attraction too.

  10. Jason says:

    I went there also. I even have locks up there for me and my fiance. we both have a key to each lock. Seeing all those locks for all those couples, its so amazing.

  11. U.Bin says:

    and you surely mean 2009 on the last picture with that tree? because I just heard now that they have a lock-tree and in 2009 (october) they didnt had the tree there yet. isnt it possible its 2010.04.07? lol

    well I had left a lock there last year as well :>

  12. chico says:

    THIS IS SO COOL!!!! πŸ™‚ β™₯

  13. GRECIA says:

    is like a Ho voglia di te(is a italian novel by federico moccia)…but the italians put the lock in a bridge (ponto di milvio)…i think the novel was published in 2006

  14. foxylady says:

    meron din ganyan sa Guam, napanud ko sa Taiwanese version ng “They Kissed Again”.

  15. kiki says:

    do you bring your own lock?or someone sells it there?

  16. Rae says:

    This information is so informative for me who haven’t visit Korea yet πŸ™‚ thank’s a lot for the post. Now I can finish my presentation about Korea.

    Once again, thanks a lot! πŸ˜€

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